LinuxToday.com.au: It's Conference Season
Jun 21, 2000, 06:25 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The AUUG conference this year is subtitled "Enterprise
Security, Enterprise Linux" and includes a wide range of
speakers on subjects including Apache 2.0, The E-Smith server
and gateway, Samba 3.0 Internals, and one slightly puzzling talk on
"How Many Penguins Does It Take To Sell A House?"
"The SAGE-AU conference, running the next week at Bond
University on the Gold Coast, is tilted towards system
administrators of all levels of experience and on all platforms,
but has a fair proportion of open source content."
"Interestingly, the two conferences share a keynote speaker.
Mark White of Red Hat will be presenting "The Open Source
Ecosystem" at both events. The E-Smith talk also gets a repeat
performance, and intersection between the two lists of speakers is