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What will Ubuntu be doing at LCA?

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It is now only a few days until the awesomeness that is Linux.Conf.Au starts. Looking at the line up of speakers, including Ubuntu’s own Jono, Scott, Robert, Matthew and Richard it looks to be pretty awesome.

I’m hoping that with all these cool Ubuntu people, and the always awesome Ubuntu-Au army, we manage a pretty good Ubuntu presence. We’ve already got heaps of coolness lined up for the Open Day.

We have secured a booth/stall/$other_descriptive, which has been dubbed “Ubuntu and Ubuntu-Au”. At this booth,

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