|−|Page of resources for miniconf organisers and presenters at miniconfs |+|
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|−|=== lca2015 logos === |+|
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|−|[http:/ /lca2015.linux.org.au/wiki/File:LCA_2015_logo- xparent.png lca2015 logo on transparent background], |+|
/- , /, and .
|−|[http:/ /lca2015.linux.org.au/wiki/File:LCA_2015_logo-reverse.png lca2015 logo in reverse], and |+|
|−|[http://lca2015. linux.org.au/wiki/File:LCA_2015_logo-reverse-xparent.png lca2015 logo in reverse + transparent background] |+|
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|−|Linking to page with the image and not displaying images here so you don't have to load the image each time you load this page. |+|
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= Slide Lint === |+|
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2 versions: Web called [http://slidelint.net/ slidelint site] and command line, called slidelint. |+|
|−|* Both by Tim 'mithro' Ansell. |+|
|−|* Slidelint site: |+|
|−|** Newer + better version than slidelint. |+|
|−|** No installations required. |+|
|−|** [http://youtu.be/io9P5fZdqcE Tim's lightning talk at PyconAu 2014]. First 1:25 is on slidelint site. |+|
|−|* Slidelint: |+|
|−|** [http://lists.lca2014.linux.org.au/pipermail/chat_lists.lca2014.linux.org.au/2014-January/000630.html Info] - incl why it was created, how to install + use. |+|
|−|** [http://youtu.be/1bkbyfP--BM lca2014 lightning talk on slidelint] |+|
|−|* GitHub for [https://github.com/mithro/slidelint slidelint] and [https://github.com/timvideos/slidelint_site slidelint site]. |+|
|−|=== Web based lightning talk timer === |+|
|−|* Tim Ansell's web based lightning talk timer http://lightningtimer.info/ or http://lightningtimer.cc/ or http://lightningtimer.io/ |+|
|−|* [https://github.com/mithro/lightningtimer GitHub] page has info on how to use it. |+|
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CentOS and Fedora Birds of a Feather
The Fedora Project is the community behind Fedora Linux, the leading edge distribution that is the upstream for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The CentOS Project produces a stable, predictable, and manageable platform built on the RHEL sources, and works with upstream communities (such as Project Atomic and Xen) to help them layer their work on a stable platform. The last year has been extremely busy for both projects, and 2015 is going to be just as exciting.
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