We're now only six weeks out from the Open Source Developers' Conference 2015, which is running in Hobart for the first time from October 27-29. Our latest schedule is up at: https://2015.osdc.com.au/schedule/
Notably, this includes our Wednesday and Thursday keynotes and plenaries:
* Climbing the Garden Wall – An Educator's Odyssey in Second Life and OpenSim by Mark Elwell
* EasyCount, freedom of information and openness by +Michael Cordover
* Opportunities in Openness. Driving positive change in local communities by Richard Tubb
* Open Source in government: lessons from the community by +Pia Waugh
We've also confirmed the conference dinner on the Tuesday will be at The Apple Shed in the Huon Valley, consisting of delicious fresh local produce.
Wednesday night we've got birds-of-a-feather sessions. These are completely delegate driven - we provide the space, you bring yourselves and your topics. We've got at least two rooms and at least two hours to split up here.
Early bird tickets are almost gone, so if you want to pick one of these up, get in quick! https://2015.osdc.com.au/register/
Note that if you have particular dietary requirements, please ensure you register prior to Friday 2nd October, to allow sufficient time to notify the catering people.
Finally, for those of you in Melbourne and Sydney, just remember -- a flight to Hobart can be cheaper (and quite possibly quicker) than a taxi home to the outer suburbs ;-)