January 24th, 2008 | Published in Google Code
Several folks from Google Sydney and beyond will be attending linux.conf.au 2008 in Melbourne, Australia next week and we're looking forward to sharing a week of FLOSS and fun with our fellow attendees. If you're heading to the conference, stop by our table at Open Day to learn more about Google's global open source initiatives. We'd also love to have any students, whether you're a local or just in town for the conference, join us on Thursday evening for our student party; several Google Summer of Code students and mentors have already let us know they'll be coming. You are, of course, welcome to join us at the Google conference wrap-up party on Friday evening. We'll be hosting a grand barbecue, with plenty of options for our vegetarian and vegan friends.
You may also be interested in these talks given by Googlers:
- Google, Open Source and Google Summer of Code, presented by Leslie Hawthorn
- OpenSSH, presented by Damien Miller
- Working around POSIX's faults: Improving the reliability of Linux named services (NSS) for large institutions, presented by Jamie Wilkinson and Vasilios Hoffmann
We hope to see you there!