The linux.conf.au 2007 organizers have announced that registration is open for next January's event. Discounts are available for those who register before November 15. The conference program has also been released.
Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 162 we talk to author and home automation expert Neil Cherry, more fun with Asterisk, modifying your router's firmware with OpenWRT, and much, much more.
The Free Software Foundation is wading ever more deeply into the controversial waters of digital rights management, with members of its DefectiveByDesign.org campaign set to descend on flagship Apple stores in New York and London on Oct. 3 to protest the company's embrace of that technology.
The Openoffice.org Documentation Project is holding a contest for template and clipart sponsored by Worldlabel, and there is prize money! The goal is to increase our trove. Frankly, we don't have enough; users are feeling deprived. That means over 50 million people.
Tonight on The Linux Link Tech Show, episode 159. Author and columnist Marcel Gagne talks about his latest book, Mozilla vs Debian, GPLv3 is causing quite a stir in the F/OSS world, and much more.
The 6th Boston Summit will be held on Columbus Day Long Weekend (October 7-9) in Boston, MA, USA at the MIT Media Lab.
The Boston Summit is a three-day hackfest for GNOME developers and contributors. It is not primarily aimed at users or new contributors, but if you want to jump right into the deep end, it's a fantastic way to meet everyone and get involved. Unlike traditional conferences, the Boston Summit is all about getting developers together and getting things done. While there are some non-hacking sessions, they are geared heavily towards many-to-many, interactive discussion and planning, rather than one-to-many presentations.
This weekend bootcamp is designed to prepare the attendees for the objectives of Level 1 certification exams offered by Linux Professional Institute (LPI). The workshop also meets the objectives of the CompTIA's Linux+.
The hotel rate for the Austin Hilton will go from $135.00 to over $270.00 Wednesday September 13 at midnight Central time. ACT NOW! Reserve a room for ApacheCon US 2006.