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Tim Serong
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Three variants on a theme for t-shirts to wear when next I fly.

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This is magnificent.

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I found some competition for +Dave Chinner's car building: http://imgur.com/gallery/94dry

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Anyone who’s ever deployed Ceph presumably knows about ceph-deploy, but that rapidly becomes cumbersome. For larger production clusters it’s almost certainly better to use a fully-fledged configuration management tool, such as Salt, which is what this post is about. Enjoy :-)

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We're working with +SUSE to bring +Open edX and +OpenStack together for scalable professional training awesomeness!

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Some, um, "interesting" design features here. I suspect +Dave Chinner might enjoy this, for some value of enjoy.

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This week is your last chance to get a talk or miniconf proposal in for linux.conf.au 2017!

Submissions for talks, tutorials, and miniconfs close on this Friday, 5 August. We do not expect to extend this deadline. You can find details on how to submit your proposals at https://linux.conf.au/proposals

This year, our theme is "The Future of Open Source". We're still interested in talks about new and exciting developments in every aspect of Free and Open Source Software, but we’ll also be focusing particularly on how the world of Open Source will look in the future.

If you’re working with Free and Open Source Software, Open Hardware, if you’re exploring openness in a field outside of technology, or if you’re doing something that you think will be interesting to people interested in Open Source, we want to hear from you!

You can read more about what we're looking for in our Call for Proposals, which can be found at https://linux.conf.au/proposals. Our CFP also contains details of what support we're able to provide for our speakers, including limited travel and accommodation support.

For more information on linux.conf.au 2017, visit our website, or send us an e-mail at team@hobart.lca2017.org 
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Only ten more days to get talks in folks, and the deadline is not going to be extended.
Tell us how you’re shaping the Future of Open Source. The linux.conf.au 2017 Call for Proposals is now open!

linux.conf.au 2017 is a conference where people gather to learn about the entire world of Free and Open Source Software, directly from the people who shape the projects and topics that they’re presenting on.

If you’re working with Free and Open Source Software, Open Hardware, if you’re exploring openness in a field outside of technology, or if you’re doing something that you think will be interesting to people interested in Open Source, we want to hear from you!

Our CFP is open until Friday 5 August. Find out what we’re looking for in talk, tutorial, and miniconf proposals, and how to submit your proposal at https://linux.conf.au/proposals
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