Archive for September, 2009

Accepted to 2010

Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

One of the GoboLinux papers I submitted has been accepted to 2010, so I will be presenting on “An updated directory structure for Unix” at some point between 20 and 22 on the 22nd of January next year. I haven’t heard anything about the Aliens paper yet, so I guess that’s a provisional “no” for it (edit: but it will be in the Distro Summit miniconf on the Monday). is about free and open source software, especially Linux. It is a community-run technical conference which attracts some of the brightest minds in the world. Next year it is in New Zealand’s beautiful capital city of Wellington from January 18 to 23, and will be based at the Wellington Town Hall and Michael Fowler Centre in the central city.

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