[Linux-aus] LCA2016: CFP closes this Sunday, and we want to see your ideas!
michael at the-davies.net
Thu Jul 30 10:39:44 AEST 2015
Just a quick reminder that the LCA2016 CFP is closing this week, and I
don't want any of you to miss out on the wonderful opportunity of speaking
at our conference, linux.conf.au.
If you're doing cool things in open source, free software, open hardware,
community, software development, sysadmin, networks, web, applications,
libraries, frameworks, filesystems, kernels, desktop, embedded, big iron,
databases, games, documentation, community, leadership, licensing, security
- or anything else that's in the sphere of our community, why not put in a
proposal to speak at linux.conf.au?
Whether that be a miniconf, tutorial, presentation or our new 'prototype'
slot - there's a way you can contribute and make our conference awesome!
Anyone who has spoken at the conference before will tell you that it is a
wonderful opportunity to get your ideas out there, to recruit others to
your project, to receive recognition for what you're doing, and to have an
awful amount of fun! No-one ever regrets speaking, but you might be left
wondering what it would be like to speak at linux.conf.au unless you put
that proposal in :)
This CFP closes this Sunday night, 2nd August (23:59 AEST).
You can register and send us your proposal at http://linux.conf.au/cfp
The LCA2016 Papers Committee look forward to reviewing your proposal, so
why not do that today? We can't wait to see your ideas!
Michael Davies michael at the-davies.net
Rackspace Cloud Builders Australia
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