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linux.conf.au 2010 was held in Wellington, New Zealand in January 2010.
Apparently 90 of the 650 attendees were women, ~14%. This is an increase from previous years of about 10%.
Women who spoke at linux.conf.au 2010 Edit
Main programme Edit
- Cat Allman and Leslie Hawthorn: Open Source for Newbies: Attracting and Retaining Talented People for Your Project
- Angela Byron: Drupal Under the Hood
- Claudine Chionh: Free and open source software in collaborative humanities research
- Gabriella Coleman (keynote): Keynote
- Selena Deckelmann: Survey of open source databases
- Leslie Hawthorn: Mentoring for Fun and Profit
- Liz Henry: Code of Our Own: Supporting Women Developers in Open Source and That Means Us
- Liz Henry: Hack Ability: Open Source Assistive Tech
- Emma Jane Hogbin: Writing Effective Self Help Guides for World Domination
- Janis Johnson: What's New in the GNU Compiler Collection
- Denise Paolucci (with Mark Smith): Build Your Own Contributors, One Part At A Time
- Silvia Pfeiffer: HTML5 video: how to process and publish video in an open format
- Sarah Sharp: SuperSpeed me: USB 3.0 for Linux
- Ariel Waldman: Space Hacks