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Glyn Moody

Linux.conf.au - Day Four

Day four of the conference opened with a keynote entitiled "Hackers at the End of the World" by Glyn Moody. Glyn explored the history of sharing in science and art as inspired by the open source movement, and contrasted this with the anti-sharing 'my gain is your loss' culture of the global financial community. more>>

waterfront

Linux.conf.au - Day Three

The glorious weather that had punctuated the first two days of the conference held, heralding in the third day in a blaze of sunshine. The conference proper was introduced by a keynote by Benjamin Mako Hill on Antifeatures: Why your software works against you and why software freedom offers hope of a better future. more>>

Linux.conf Australia keynote 2010

Linux.conf.au - Day Two

The second day of the conference dawned just as bright and sunny as the first. The opening keynote was delivered by Gabriella Coleman, Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University. more>>

Linux.conf.au -- Wellington's Civic Square

Linux.conf.au - Day One

LCA 2010 - Day 1

January brings with it the southern-hemisphere's summer and Linux.conf.au. This year, the conference is being held in Wellington, New Zealand thanks to the hard work and dedication of the Capital Cabal, a team of volunteer organisers lead by Susanne and Andrew Ruthven. more>>

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