Planning for the 2005 Linux Technical Conference is already underway and
again we are seeking ideas, speakers and sponsors.
We invite speakers on all types of Linux development to contribute. The
programme will cover a variety of subjects, including kernel and desktop
development, tools, applications, and networking. Any topic likely to
be of interest to Linux developers and enthusiasts will be considered.
The topics presented in recent years have included: ARM Linux,
Benchmarking, Clustering, CORBA, Debian Package Management, Enterprise
Filesystems, Exim, Flightgear, GNOME, Heartbeat, I20, JFFS, KDE, Mail
Servers, Memory Management, Performance Programming, Powertweak,
Pymmetry, Samba, Security, SMP, Vmware, Zerocopy and Zope.
More information about previous events can be found at:
Abstracts for the main conference or tutorial programme should be
accompanied by a short biography, and,
ideally, should be about 250-500 words long.
Final papers should normally last about 45 minutes, including
10 minutes for questions and answers.
If you need more time for your presentation,
please tell us when you submit your abstract.
Abstracts should be submitted to the conference organisers
electronically through this form.
We shall acknowledge all submissions.
Closing date for abstracts
29 March 2005
(the programme is now full)
Accepted authors notified by
18 April 2005
Final papers due by
17 June 2005
Particular queries should be sent either to the
or to the Linux2005 programme committee,
Sponsors & Exhibitors
To keep the conference fees low, we are seeking
For further information about sponsoring, exhibiting, or attending
the event please contact the UKUUG office.