[Linux-aus] Expressing interest is a good thing

Joshua Hesketh josh at nitrotech.org
Mon Mar 11 23:49:06 EST 2013

Hi Michael,

Please do. And assuming none of your vendor relationships are
confidential, feel free to release your bid budget (I'd suggest away
from final budget - the ghosts and council work closely with the teams
to get that sorted).

If you don't mind, see if you can add it to our wiki:


On 11/03/13 23:41, Michael Still wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 12:57 AM, Andrew Cowie
> <andrew at operationaldynamics.com> wrote:
>> One of the weaknesses, I think, in getting linux.conf.au put on over the
>> last few years has been the bid process happening mostly out of sight. I
>> fully realize that the teams involved and the councils have been
>> absolutely *manic* working it out, but that it all appears with an
>> announcement at the end it makes it a bit seem like it's "someone else's
>> job".
> I've been thinking about this, and have been toying with releasing the
> Canberra bid document now that its no longer super secret. Do people
> think doing that would help future years produce a bid with the
> minimum of fuss?
> (For reference, we wrote our bid in less than a week IIRC).
> Michael
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