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EuroBSDCon 2011 program has strong OpenBSD showing; registration now open

Contributed by pitrh on from the puffy-and-clogs dept.

The EuroBSDCon organizers wrote in to tell us that registration for EuroBSDCon 2011 is now open. The conference is scheduled for October 6 - 9 2011 in Maarsen, The Netherlands.

As usual the (preliminary) talks schedule has a strong OpenBSD showing, with talks from Henning Brauer (henning@) and Ryan McBride (mcbride@), Paul Irofti (pirofti@), Claudio Jeker (claudio@), Mark Kettenis (kettenis@), Damien Miller (djm@), and Ken Westerback (krw@), with details of talks still settling. On the tutorials front, yours truly will be holding the OpenBSD flag with a refreshed PF tutorial.

Go to the Registration page and complete registration before August 31 to take advantage of the early bird rate.

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  1. By Teguh Iskanto (tiskanto) tiskanto {at} gmail {dot} com on

    Is there any chance that an event like these will be held somewhere in Melbourne / Australia ?

    1. By Peter N. M. Hansteen (pitrh) on

      > Is there any chance that an event like these will be held somewhere in Melbourne / Australia ?

      That would be up to local talent to organize. It's been done before, more or less: Back in the day AUUG used to host conferences with fairly good BSD content, but activity tapered off.

      For the Asia/Pacific region the main BSD event for the last few years has been AsiaBSDCon, which will hopefully continue (this year's event was uncomfortably close to the earthquake and tsunami in March).

      I for one would love a good enough excuse to go to Melbourne :)


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