Its planned Brisbane riverside location at the QUT Garden Point campus meant that plans for Linux.conf.au were in a state of flux after last week's floods. However, organisers have confirmed that the event will still go ahead, with backup plans for accommodation and conference venues in place pending a final assessment on Wednesday evening. Wherever it happens, Lifehacker will be there, and is looking forward to it! [LCA2011]
Linux.conf.au 2011 Going Ahead In Brisbane
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