[HOT] Scholarships to Attend LCA (Due December 9th)
kate.chapman at hotosm.org
Tue Nov 25 11:51:41 UTC 2014
LCA is an Australia/New Zealand based open source conference which 800 or
900 people attend. Last year I keynoted and was able to share HOT's work
with the conference. This year I'm organizing a humanitarian open source
It is a great general open source event and I highly recommend attending.
They have a scholarship program which could even cover your costs. Please
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From: Cherie Ellis <cherie.ellis at lca2015.linux.org.au>
Date: Tue, Nov 25, 2014 at 3:19 AM
Subject: [Announce] LCA 2015 and InternetNZ Diversity Programme
To: LCA 2015 announce list <announce at lists.lca2015.linux.org.au>
The LCA 2015 Organisers are proud to announce our funding programme!
InternetNZ Diversity Programme
LCA 2015 and InternetNZ are proud to support diversity. The InternetNZ
Diversity Programme is one of the many ways we ensure that LCA 2015
continues to be an open and welcoming conference for everyone. Together
with InternetNZ this program has been created to assist under-represented
delegates who contribute to the Open Source community but, without
financial assistance, would not be able to attend LCA 2015.
For more information please see our funding registration page:
LCA 2015 is proud to acknowledge the support of our Emperor Penguin
Sponsors, Catalyst IT, HP and IBM, and our diversity sponsor Internet NZ
The LCA 2015 Team
linux.conf.au is one of the foremost open source conferences in the world
and is considered the most prestigious in the Southern Hemisphere. The
conference is well-known for the speakers' and delegates' depth of talent
and its focus on technical linux content.
LCA 2015 will be held in Auckland, New Zealand from Monday 12 to Friday 16
January 2015. Registrations are now open.
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