Just a reminder, there's only a few days left to submit talks for this
most excellent conference; the CFP is open until Sunday 28 July Anywhere
(I've submitted a Data Storage miniconf day, fingers crossed...)
On 6/26/19 2:09 PM, Tim Serong wrote:
> Here we go again! As usual the conference theme is intended to
> inspire, not to restrict; talks on any topic in the world of free and
> open source software, hardware, etc. are most welcome, and Ceph talks
> definitely fit.
> I've added this to https://pad.ceph.com/p/cfp-coordination
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> Subject: [lca-announce] linux.conf.au 2020 - Call for Sessions and
> Miniconfs now open!
> Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2019 21:19:43 +1000
> From: linux.conf.au Announcements <lca-announce(a)lists.linux.org.au>
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> The linux.conf.au 2020 organising team is excited to announce that the
> linux.conf.au 2020 Call for Sessions and Call for Miniconfs are now open!
> These will stay open from now until Sunday 28 July Anywhere on Earth
> (AoE) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anywhere_on_Earth
> Our theme for linux.conf.au 2020 is "Who's Watching", focusing on
> security, privacy and ethics.
> As big data and IoT-connected devices become more pervasive, it's no
> surprise that we're more concerned about privacy and security than ever
> We've set our sights on how open source could play a role in maximising
> security and protecting our privacy in times of uncertainty.
> With the concept of privacy continuing to blur, open source could be the
> solution to give us '2020 vision'.
> Call for Sessions
> Would you like to talk in the main conference of linux.conf.au 2020?
> The main conference runs from Wednesday to Friday, with multiple streams
> catering for a wide range of interest areas.
> We welcome you to submit a session
) proposal for either a talk
> or tutorial now.
> Call for Miniconfs
> Miniconfs are dedicated day-long streams focusing on single topics,
> creating a more immersive experience for delegates than a session.
> Miniconfs are run on the first two days of the conference before the
> main conference commences on Wednesday.
> If you would like to organise a miniconf
) at linux.conf.au, we want
> to hear from you.
> Have we got you interested?
> You can find out how to submit your session or miniconf proposals at
> If you have any other questions you can contact us via email at
> We are looking forward to reading your submissions.
> linux.conf.au 2020 Organising Team
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