Lifehacker Australia will be spending the rest of the week at Linux.conf.au in Hobart, soaking up the open-source goodness and remembering that there's almost nothing you can't do from a command line if you try hard enough. If the mere thought of Tux makes you nervous, don't panic; there'll still be plenty of non-Linux content as well.
Lifehacker Hits Hobart For Linux.conf.au
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