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Debian Miniconf at linux.conf.au 2007

This is a call for participation in the sixth Debian Miniconf which will
be part of the linux.conf.au (LCA) 2007 conference run by Linux
Australia in Sydney.
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Hi LA,

This is a call for participation in the sixth Debian Miniconf which will
be part of the linux.conf.au (LCA) 2007 conference run by Linux
Australia in Sydney.

http://miniconf6.debconf.org/

LCA2007 will run from January 15th to January 20th 2007 and the first
two days are dedicated to Miniconfs, which are community-organised
streams for specific areas of interest. The Debian Miniconf is the
oldest and has been one of the biggest Miniconfs at LCA and has always
attracted great speakers and an enthusiastic crowd of Debianistas.

This year Pascal Hakim is joining me as co-convenor, so if you would
like to do a presentation at the Debian Miniconf please email Pascal and
myself at miniconf6@oxer.com.au with details including:

* Your name
* Talk title
* Talk length (full = 40 mins, half = 20 mins)
* Talk description
* Short bio

Please note that because the Debian Miniconf is not a stand-alone event
but is a part of LCA2007 it's necessary for all participants including
speakers to be registered for LCA2007 itself. So if you want to come to
the Debian Miniconf just sign up for LCA2007 and come along for the fun!
Transport / accomodation is up to you: please check the main conference
site at http://lca2007.linux.org.au/ if you need help.

Feel free to forward this email to local LUG mailing lists or anyone
else who may be interested.

Cheers

Jonathan Oxer

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