[Linux-aus] CodeCon 2009

Peter Miller pmiller at opensource.org.au
Tue Oct 6 22:50:30 EST 2009

It's that time of year again, and I'm running another CodeCon.  That's
coding and camping, for the uninitiated.  Real tents, no Internet, no
phone reception.  I do hire a generator, so the laptops still work.

This year we return to Olney State Forest, in the NSW Central Coast
hinterlands.  Last time we were there, several ultra-urban geeks learned
the binary chop technique can be applied to logs, with a fire.

Information and driving instructions may be found at

(Btw, who has blog entries for previous CodeCons?  I'd like to link.)

Peter Miller <pmiller at opensource.org.au>
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