[H-ANNOUNCE] Register now for the premier Australian UNIX, Linux, BSD and Open Sourceconference - AUUG2002
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Subject: Register now for the premier Australian UNIX, Linux, BSD and Open
Source conference - AUUG2002
From: Adrian Close <adrian at auug.org.au>
Date: Mon, August 5, 2002 6:25 pm
To: auug-announce at auug.org.au
Dear AUUG members,
What follows is the definitive announcement about the soon-to-be-upon-us
Annual Conference, in case you've somehow managed to avoid the message
Please feel free to forward this to your friends, associates and anyone
else who you think might be interested in coming to the conference but
hasn't quite gotten around to registering. Share and enjoy!
Adrian Close <adrian at auug.org.au>
Programme Chair, AUUG2002.
AUUG 2002 - "Measure, Monitor, Control" - Focusing on Security, Network
Monitoring, Open Source and Business, Large Scale System Management and
Wireless Networking, the annual conference of the Australian UNIX User
Group (AUUG) for UNIX, Linux, BSD and Open Source is now in its third
Providing strong technical content, the conference will also address
business topics. With an impressive range of technical experts from both
Australia and overseas, this event is a key resource and meeting place
those wanting to make the most of their investments in Open Systems.
Venue: Melbourne Australia
Tutorials: 1-3 September 2002
Conference: 4-6 September 2002
Register now (on or before 7 August 2002) to avoid the $100 "late
For more information please visit http://www.auug.org.au/conf/auug2002/
call 1800 625 655 (free call) or +61 2 8824 9511 or
mailto:auug2002 at auug.org.au
Key Partners in the event include: Apple Computer, Check Point
Technologies Ltd, Sun Microsystems, IBM, AARnet, Caldera Inc., Silicon
Breeze, Australian Computer Society (ACS), Pearson Education Australia
and Australian Technology & Business Magazine (ZDNet).
We look forward to meeting you at the conference!
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