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Linux 2005
Conference and Tutorials
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Thursday 4th to Sunday 7th August
University of Wales, Swansea

Linux 2005

Programme

Tutorials

About Swansea

Timetable

Registration

Directions

Accommodation

CACert Assurance

Thursday Evening

Conference Dinner

Exhibition

Call For Papers

Other UKUUG events

News

The conference keynote address about recent interesting developments in linux networking will be given by Dave Miller from Red Hat, the kernel networking maintainer. It will take place on Friday evening during the conference dinner. Dinner tickets must be booked in advance through the office.

On Thursday evening we will visit Oxwich Bay.

We are going to run a CAcert assurance event during the conference. CAcert.org is a community driven Certificate Authority that issues free certificates to the public at large. These certificates can be used to sign and encrypt email, authenticate and authorize users connecting to websites and secure data transmission over the Internet. Any application that supports the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) can make use of certificates signed by CAcert. More details here.

Registration details are here and most of the programme is now available here.
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Bookings via the UKUUG Secretariat have now closed - however it is still possible to attend the conference and tutorials by booking and paying actually at the UKUUG registration desk in Swansea.

Registration desk will be situated in Digital Technium Atrium area - this is the same area that will have the table top exhibition.

Linux 2005

A wide cross-section of the Linux community will gather in Swansea, Wales for the annual UKUUG Linux Technical Conference. from Thursday 4th August - Sunday 7th August 2005. It's a great way to broaden your knowledge and keep up-to-date with what's happening in the world of linux. This low-cost event is for anyone with a serious interest in linux including systems administrators, linux professionals, developers and enthusiasts from companies and linux user groups throughout the UK and beyond.

The Call for Papers for the conference is now available. We invite speakers on all types of Linux development to contribute on a variety of subjects, including kernel and desktop development, tools, applications, and networking.

Building upon previous years' events, this promises to be a very successful conference. There should be plenty of time for informal discussions. There will be table-top displays on Friday and Saturday.

Previous conferences

Linux 2004, Linux 2003, Linux 2002, Linux 2001, Linux 2000


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