1 I represent http://www.humbug.org.au, which is associated 2 with http://www.linux.org.au. Humbug is computer club. 3 Every year Linux Australia holds a conference calls the 4 "Linux Conference Australia" http://lca2007.linux.org.au. 5 Or more precisely, one of the member clubs of Linux 6 Australia volunteer to organise the conference. Humbug 7 is hopping of host the conference in 2009, or perhaps 2010. 8 9 It is a technical conference centred around the Linux 10 operating system and its applications. We expect around 11 1000 people to attend in 2009, approximately 25% coming 12 from overseas. It is generally recognised as one of the 13 best of its type in the world. 14 http://www.google.com.au/search?q=worlds+best+linux+conference 15 This is perhaps because as it is run entirely by volunteers 16 it is refreshingly free of commercial agenda's. 17 18 Historically one of the items on the conference agenda is a 19 Professional Networking session. This is reserved for 20 attendees who have paid higher priced tickets. We expect 21 around 400 of them in 2009. Typically the venue chosen for 22 the session is one that showcases the region. In previous 23 years it has been at held CSIRO's Canberra Headquarters, a 24 museum in Adelaide, and a castle in Dunedin, and a zoo in 25 Perth. The Queensland Museum strikes me as just such a 26 venue. 27 28 Do you make your premises available for these sorts of 29 functions? If so, who should I contact?
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