[Linux-aus] Order now for Linuxchix Miniconf shirts @ LCA

Mary Gardiner mary-la at puzzling.org
Tue Jan 2 05:25:02 UTC 2007

Hi everyone,

We will be selling both long and short sleeve t-shirts to attendees at
the Linuxchix Miniconf in Sydney this month.

The final shirt designs, including the colours, sizes and styles of the
shirts can be found at:
<http://lca2007.linux.org.au/Miniconfs/Linuxchix/Shirts>. There are
separate men and women's designs.

If you would like a tshirt, you MUST pre-order by Jan 5 2007 (yes,
that's very close), so that we can purchase and print the shirts in time
for the conference.

Shirts cost $20 each. Any profits will be given to a woman's charity.
You may pay using direct deposit (from Australian bank accounts) or
Paypal. You will recieve payment instructions upon ordering.

To order a shirt, send an email to: <miniconf-shirts at puzzling.org>
with the following information:

tshirt size:
tshirt style:
preferred design (women's design only):
preferred paymnet method (deposit (AU only) or Paypal):

If you have any questions, please email miniconf-shirts at puzzling.org.

About the miniconference

The LinuxChix women's mini-conference will be held on Tuesday, 16 January,
2007 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney Australia, as part of
the annual linux.conf.au Free Software conference running from 15–20
January, 2007. All attendees of linux.conf.au are welcome to attend the
women's miniconference, which will highlight the technical achievements of
women in Free Software. The mini-conference welcomes attendees and speakers
from other women's advocacy and development groups including Systers, Fedora
Women and Debian Women among others.

Please see http://lca2007.linux.org.au/Miniconfs/Linuxchix for more
information about the women's mini-conference.

About linux.conf.au 2007

linux.conf.au is Australia's annual technical conference for the Open Source
and Free Software developer community. Now in its eighth year, linux.conf.au
is regarded as one of the premier global FLOSS technical events and attracts
many international open source software developers and users.

Returning to Sydney from the 15th to 20th of January, linux.conf.au 2007 is
supported by our Emperor sponsors, HP and IBM, and hosted at the University
of New South Wales. For more information about linux.conf.au 2007 visit our
website at: http://lca2007.linux.org.au/

About Linux Australia

Linux Australia exists to serve and promote the Australian Linux and Open
Source community. The organisation aims to do this best by taking
enthusiasms within the community, such as FOSS issues, projects, education,
advocacy just to name a few, and help them flourish, to succeed. The
lifeblood of this organisation is the people in the community, and Linux
Australia strives to be both relevant and useful to the community. For more
details about Linux Australia visit: http://www.linux.org.au/

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