This year Linux.conf.au is returning to Hobart, the riverside capital of Tasmania, home of Australia’s famous Tasmanian devils, running five days between January 16 and 20. The theme is the “Future of Open Source.”
|Tuz, a Tasmanian devil sporting a penguin beak, is the Linux.conf.au mascot.|
(Artwork by Tania Walker licensed under CC BY-SA.)
You’ll find Googlers speaking throughout the week, as well as participating in the hallway track. Don’t miss our Birds of a Feather session if you’re a student, educator, project maintainer, or otherwise interested in talking about outreach and student programs like Google Summer of Code and Google Code-in.
Monday, January 16th
12:20pm The Sound of Silencing by Julien Goodwin
4:35pm Year of the Linux Desktop? by Jessica Frazelle
Tuesday, January 17th
All day Community Leadership Summit X at LCA
Wednesday, January 18th
2:15pm Community Building Beyond the Black Stump by Josh Simmons
4:35pm Contributing to and Maintaining Large Scale Open Source Projects by Jessica Frazelle
Thursday, January 19th
4:35pm Using Python for creating hardware to record FOSS conferences! by Tim Ansell
Friday, January 20th
1:20pm Linux meets Kubernetes by Vishnu Kannan
Not able to make it to the conference? Keynotes and sessions will be livestreamed, and you can always find the session recordings online after the event.
We’ll see you there!
By Josh Simmons, Open Source Programs Office