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linux.conf.au 2010 – Day 5: more open gov & hacking for children

I was a little late getting in this morning due to a headache and feeling like I’d been hit by a truck, so unfortunately this meant I missed giving my lightning talk. For those who were interested, I’ll be blogging … Continue reading

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linux.conf.au 2010 – Day 4: elephants & emergencies

Early this morning I went to Yoga which was great! It was my first time, and a really wonderful class. The class was pretty full and the exercises were really interesting. Thanks very much Francois for organising it and to … Continue reading

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linux.conf.au 2010 – Day 3: freedom, games & Bruce Campbell

Day 3 of lca2010 and I had 3.5 hours sleep last night but got up early anyway and did some stick and pole weapons training with Ian Beardslee which was great fun. This morning Benjamin Mako Hill gave the keynote. … Continue reading

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linux.conf.au 2010 – Day 2: paradoxes & open government

Firstly I should say that the Martial Arts Bof last night was awesome! We had about 8 linux.conf.au people, plus a few locals. We had many styles represented and it was a fantastic night of knowledge sharing, training and loads … Continue reading

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linux.conf.au 2010 – Day 1

Day one of linux.conf.au 2010 started with a fantastic video introducing Wellington in a very tongue in cheek fashion: It turns out that Andrew and Susanne Ruthven, the core organisers of the conference are actually quite sick today, which must … Continue reading

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linux.conf.au 2010 – registration day

Since starting my new job last April, I haven’t been blogging much because I’ve been so busy! I decided to take this week to make up for my slackness by trying to blog about each day of linux.conf.au, which is … Continue reading

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