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== Miniconf CFPs ==
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This year like all years we should have a key signing party.
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This is likely to be scheduled for one of the slots on Tuesday.
  
[https://linux.conf.au/programme/miniconfs Miniconf page on linux.conf.au]
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Please submit your keys through the [https://keysigning.xyz/ following website] before Monday 1/2/2016
  
Mini conferences will run on the Monday and Tuesday of LCA 2016. The call for papers for these are handled individually by the organisers of each conference.  
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I will try and have printed copies of the keys on the day but it would be useful to know how many copies to have printed.
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If you could send an email to [[User:Dns@dns.id.au|Daniel Sobey]] to give a rough idea on numbers.
  
Here's a list of the open CFPs, with close dates and links. If you are attending LCA and have a ticket, why not throw in a proposal? [https://linux.conf.au/register/info You can also buy a single miniconf ticket].  
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=== When is it? ===
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Currently planning on running this on Tuesday night first slot. Keep an eye on [[Birds_of_a_Feather_sessions_(BoFs)]] for times.
  
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=== Things you need to before you leave for the conference. ===
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* Create a gpg key!
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* Submit it to https://keysigning.xyz before the due date of Monday night
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* Bring good quality photo id.
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** Good quality means passport, drivers licence, proof of age card
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** bad quality is library card etc.
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* print out your fingerprint (not just the last 8 digits) so you can confirm that it is what you submitted
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* Have extra copies of your fingerprint to hand out, print it on your business card if you have one.
  
=== Open Call for Proposals ===  
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=== At the event ===
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Everyone will stand up the front show thair photo id and read out thair fingerprint.
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This is to assert two things:
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* The person matches the photo id
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* The key submitted is the key they actually own.
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* There should hopefully be printed copies of fingerprints. Cross off numbers in the fingerprint as they are read out if they match to be signed later.
  
Multimedia - Open - Closes January 18 [http://www.annodex.org/events/lca2016_mmm/index.php/Main/CallForPapers  Multimedia Call for Papers]
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=== After the event ===
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Sign the keys when you get home, no need to do it during the conference.
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[[https://wiki.debian.org/caff caff]] is a useful tool to sign and email.
  
Documentation - Open - Closes ?? [http://lca2016docsminiconf-schwarzgeraet.rhcloud.com/ Documentation Call for Papers]
 
  
Kernel - Open - Closes January 20 [https://docs.google.com/forms/d/148SieC6vmAxJZ3R5Lz5e1Mb0IM06LNSCt6WNVEwYFcs/viewform Kernel Call for Papers]
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=== Things to remember ===
 
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* The organizer could be evil, don't trust him, he has a beard.
 
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* sign only the keys you have verified to your own standard, trust no one.
=== Other Miniconfs ===
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* don't trust the printouts, they could have been modified to mess with you and they could all be different.
 
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* don't trust all the keys, there may be a fake key with the same email address as someone else to see who is paying attention.
Open Cloud - Closed
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Functional Programming - Closed
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SysAdmin - Closed
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Open Radio - Closed
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Open Source and Bio - Closed
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Open Knowledge - Closed
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Open Hardware - No CFP
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Community Leadership - No CFP
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=== Miniconf Schedules ===
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==== Monday 1st Feburary ====
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{| class="wikitable"
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|''''''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Costa Hall'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D4.303 Costa Theatre'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.193 Percy Baxter'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.212'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.211'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Wool Museum'''
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|-
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| ||[http://sites.rcbops.com/opencloud_symposium/ Open Cloud Symposium]||Open Hardware Miniconf||Multimedia and Music Miniconf||Documentation Miniconference||Open Source and Bioinformatics||Linux Kernel
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|-
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| 9:00||Conference Opening||Conference Opening||Conference Opening||Conference Opening||Conference Opening||Conference Opening||Conference Opening|
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|-
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| 10:00||morning tea||||||||||
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|-
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| 10:40||Continuous Delivery using blue-green deployments and immutable infrastructure by Ruben Rubio Rey||||||||||
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|-
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| 11:35||Network Virtualization 101 by Sandro Mathys||||||||||
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|-
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| 12:20||lunch||||||||||
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|-
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| 13:20||The Twelve-Factor Container by Casey West||||||||||
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|-
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| 14:15||TBA||||||||||
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|-
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| 15:00||afternoon tea||||||||||
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| 15:40||TBA||||||||||
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| 16:35||Live Migration of Linux Containers by Tycho Andersen||||||||||
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| 17:20||||||||||||
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| 18:00||Linux Australia AGM||||||||||
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|}
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==== Tuesday 2nd Feburary ====
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{|class="wikitable"
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|''''''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Costa Hall'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D4.303 Costa Theatre'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.193 Percy Baxter'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.212'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''D2.211'''
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| align="center" style="background:#f0f0f0;"|'''Wool Museum'''
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|-
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| ||Systems Administration Miniconf||OpenRadio Miniconf||Open Knowledge||to be advised||Community Leadership Summit X at LCA||[http://bfpg.github.io/fp-miniconf/ Functional Programming Miniconf]
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| 9:00||KeyNote ||KeyNote||KeyNote||KeyNote||KeyNote||KeyNote
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|-
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| 10:00||morning tea|||||||||||
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| 10:40|||||||||||| 10:40 Miniconf open
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11:00 The Essential Tools of Open-Source: Functional Programming, Parametricity, Types by Tony Morris
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11:40 Functional programming in Python with Toolz and fn.py by Juan Nunez-Iglesias
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|-
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| 12:20||lunch|||||||||| 
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| 13:300|||||||||||| 13:20 Data made out of functions by Ken Scambler
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13:55 The Emperor’s New Closure: FP in Javascript by Nick Moore
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14:30 Practical Functional Architecture by Jed Wesley-Smith
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| 15:00||afternoon tea||||||||||
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| 15:40|||||||||||| 15:40 Swift Functional Programming by Paris Buttfield-Addison
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16:15 Haskell is Not For Production and Other Tales by Katie Miller
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17:05 LIGHTNING TALKS and miniconf close
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| 17:20||||||||||||
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| 18:00||Professional Delegates Networking Session||||||||||
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|}
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Revision as of 19:37, 14 January 2016

This year like all years we should have a key signing party. This is likely to be scheduled for one of the slots on Tuesday.

Please submit your keys through the following website before Monday 1/2/2016

I will try and have printed copies of the keys on the day but it would be useful to know how many copies to have printed. If you could send an email to Daniel Sobey to give a rough idea on numbers.

When is it?

Currently planning on running this on Tuesday night first slot. Keep an eye on Birds_of_a_Feather_sessions_(BoFs) for times.

Things you need to before you leave for the conference.

  • Create a gpg key!
  • Submit it to https://keysigning.xyz before the due date of Monday night
  • Bring good quality photo id.
    • Good quality means passport, drivers licence, proof of age card
    • bad quality is library card etc.
  • print out your fingerprint (not just the last 8 digits) so you can confirm that it is what you submitted
  • Have extra copies of your fingerprint to hand out, print it on your business card if you have one.

At the event

Everyone will stand up the front show thair photo id and read out thair fingerprint. This is to assert two things:

  • The person matches the photo id
  • The key submitted is the key they actually own.
  • There should hopefully be printed copies of fingerprints. Cross off numbers in the fingerprint as they are read out if they match to be signed later.

After the event

Sign the keys when you get home, no need to do it during the conference. [caff] is a useful tool to sign and email.


Things to remember

  • The organizer could be evil, don't trust him, he has a beard.
  • sign only the keys you have verified to your own standard, trust no one.
  • don't trust the printouts, they could have been modified to mess with you and they could all be different.
  • don't trust all the keys, there may be a fake key with the same email address as someone else to see who is paying attention.