linux.conf.au
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"Conference Close" - Miles Goodhew (LCA 2022 Online)
(Miles Goodhew) The end of linux.conf.au 2022.

lca2022.linux.org.au/schedule/presentation/82/

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linux.conf.au is a conference about the Linux operating system, and all aspects of the thriving ecosystem of Free and Open Source Software that has grown up around it. Run since 1999, in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year, by a team of local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of Open Source. For more information on the conference see linux.conf.au/

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Sun Jan 16 17:35:00 2022 at Kaya Theatre
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"Automation for Debian Packaging" - Jelmer Vernooij (LCA 2022 Online)
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"Compact C Type Format in the GNU Toolchain" - Indu Bhagat, Nick Alcock (LCA 2022 Online)
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"Open Source/Hardware has changed Retro Computing" - Randall Crook (LCA 2022 Online)
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(Randall Crook) How Open Source and Open Hardware have impacted the Retro Computing Community. From a project to replace a scarce CPU to the Firmware that has launched a dozen 8 Bit home brew computers while resurrecting an Operating System from the 70's Explore how the old and new combine to give a truly exciting and nostalgic computing experience. lca2022.linux.org.au/schedule/presentation/63...
"Boldly Going, Running Linux in Space" - Sam Bishop (LCA 2022 Online)
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(Sam Bishop) Linux is everywhere, even in space... but space is a harsh environment with many challenges. Radiation disrupting electronics, wild temperature swings damaging circuit boards, no communications for hours, days, or even weeks at a time. How do you build computers and software systems for such demanding conditions? Let's take a look at who is already using Linux in space, what they h...
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Some tentative first steps towards a Star Trek universal communicator
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"Performance Testing of Prometheus Based Metric Platforms" - Brian Groux (LCA 2022 Online)
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"Automating hardware test & measurement" - Julien Goodwin (LCA 2022 Online)
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"Open Hardware Weather Radar" - Tishampati Dhar (LCA 2022 Online)
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