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The Open Programming Miniconf -- a fixture for application developers attending Linux.conf.au since 2010 -- has been invited to return as part of Linux.conf.au 2014, this year, in Perth, Western Australia, on Monday 6 January.
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# The networking team are working on setting up Internet at the university and colleges. This includes wireless.
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* Will update soon when we have more information
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# Optus Prepaid Mobile Phones and Mobile broadband in Perth CBD, surrounding suburbs.
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The Miniconf is an opportunity for presenters of all experience levels to share their experiences in in application development using free and open source development tools.
* Around the CBD, suburbs except for the country you can use Optus 3G for 4G LTE
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* The frequencies for this are 900MHZ and 2100MHZ WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+ to provide you with 3G UMTS
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* The frequencies for this is 1800MHZ LTE only to provide you with 4G LTE FDD
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* https://www.optus.com.au/shop/prepaidmobile/prepaidoffers
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* http://www.dicksmith.com.au/prepaid-mobile-phones/optus-2-combi-standard-micro-4g-sim-pack-dsau-ec7310
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# Telstra Prepaid Mobile Phones and Mobile broadband in Perth CBD, surrounding suburbs plus Country and Rural
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This miniconf is organised by [[Christopher Neugebauer]].
* Around the CBD, suburbs and rural / country you can use Telstra 3G(nextg) and 4G LTE
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* The frequencies for this is 850MHZ WCDMA/HSPA/HSPA+ to provide you with 3G UMTS
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* The frequencies for this is 1800MHZ LTE to provide you with 4G LTE FDD
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* Note if you intend on going out into rural areas or the country we recommend Telstra
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* We suggest Telstra 3G 4G for better network capacity, network coverage and lower latency.
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* http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile-phones/prepaid-mobiles/
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* http://www.dicksmith.com.au/prepaid-mobile-phones/telstra-2-sim-starter-kit-dsau-ec5013
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# Phone and Data recharge vouchers / sims can be found at:
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== Call for Proposals ==
Most fuel/gas or service stations
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Coles.com.au Bigw.com.au woolworths.com.au supermarkets
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electronics shops jbhifi.com.au dse.com.au
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# If you are working remotely and require good Internet broadband with low latency while traveling
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Due to the shortened timeframe for putting the programme together, we'll be holding an open call for proposals. Submissions are now open, and will remain open until we've filled the programme.
* https://www.telstra.com.au/online-shop/mobile-broadband-product.cfm?flow=prepaid&device=telstra-prepaid-wifi-4g
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* It comes with 5GB data and does 3G and 4G
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* Telstra cost more, but a far better network with a lot less latency than Optus or Vodafone
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We're looking for proposals for 25-minute talks, on topics that are of interest to developers who use open source tools and languages.
* Telstra/Optus/Vodafone in Australia uses 900MHZ and 1900MHZ on gsm/gprs to provide you with 2G
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For ideas of what we've accepted in the past, see our programmes from [https://lca2013.linux.org.au:8443/wiki/Miniconfs/OpenProgramming LCA2013] and [http://lca2012.linux.org.au/wiki/index.php/Miniconfs/OpenProgramming LCA2012]. We'll still accept talks along any developer-related topic, even if it's not along the lines of our past talks.
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You can submit proposals for talks at our [http://tinyurl.com/opm2014-proposals online call for proposals].

Revision as of 17:22, 26 October 2013

The Open Programming Miniconf -- a fixture for application developers attending Linux.conf.au since 2010 -- has been invited to return as part of Linux.conf.au 2014, this year, in Perth, Western Australia, on Monday 6 January.

The Miniconf is an opportunity for presenters of all experience levels to share their experiences in in application development using free and open source development tools.

This miniconf is organised by Christopher Neugebauer.

Call for Proposals

Due to the shortened timeframe for putting the programme together, we'll be holding an open call for proposals. Submissions are now open, and will remain open until we've filled the programme.

We're looking for proposals for 25-minute talks, on topics that are of interest to developers who use open source tools and languages.

For ideas of what we've accepted in the past, see our programmes from LCA2013 and LCA2012. We'll still accept talks along any developer-related topic, even if it's not along the lines of our past talks.

You can submit proposals for talks at our online call for proposals.