Other events:Linux Audio Dev Events
The Linux Audio Mini-Conf @ LCA2004 was held on the Monday before linux.conf.au, Australia's national Linux conference. In January 2004 this was at the University of Adelaide in Adelaide, South Australia.
In keeping with the developer focus of linux.conf.au, the aim of this mini-conf was to allow Linux audio developers to meet and share ideas, and also to discuss audio-related issues with the developers of the kernel, networking and desktop systems. For all users, it was a great way to see and hear the variety of tools available.
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Venue: Napier G04, The University of Adelaide
Night: Linux Audio demos and jam sessions
Starting at 18:00 at The Old Queens Arms, 88 Wright Street, and going till late.
Everyone attending the conference (LCA, not just the audio miniconf) was invited, and Those who are musically inclined were of course welcome to bring laptops or instruments, or to simply have a go with what's there.
Dinner was available: the Queens Arms' kitchen will be open from 18:00 to 20:30.
You'll find a map here.
The venue was arranged by David Lloyd; we had booked the main room (the Queen's Bar). Thanks to Ryan Verner for further assistance.
The kind folks at Linux Australia have provided a mailing list for discussions and info about this and future audio miniconfs. Subscription and archive information is available here.
If you were planning to attend the Linux Audio Mini-Conf, you would have sent a polite email to email@example.com to aid in planning.
Attendance at this and other mini-confs was open to all attendees of the main conference; to attend this mini-conf you must have register for the main conference. Prices were: AUD$99, $AUD275, AUD$600 (tiered for concession, hobbyists and professionals).
If you got bored of the Audio mini-conf, you were also able to attend one of the other mini-conferences held in parallel, including Debian, Education and IPv6.
Accomodation, Travel, Sponsorship, Winery Tours, etc.
Please see the main LCA2004 conference website for all other information related to linux.conf.au :)
This mini-conference was arranged by Conrad Parker, with venue and other logistics provided by the organisers of LCA2004, particularly David Lloyd and Ryan Verner.
Please send comments, ideas and suggestions related to this and future audio mini-confs to firstname.lastname@example.org.