[Announce] Re: [Sydney Linuxchix] In-person LinuxChix website
hackfest: linux.conf.au, 20 Jan 2007
falamaki at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 05:02:05 UTC 2007
UNSW has uniwide wireless and CSE (the school of Computer Science and
Engineering) also has wireless around the K17 building. You do need
to be a student to access either (unless you do some deal with the
uni/school), but if you can find one, a student can probably use her
laptop as an AP. Neither uniwide or cse wireless are free, they're
charged for data usage outside the unsw network.
On 1/9/07, Mary Gardiner <mary-linuxchix at puzzling.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> No progress has been made on the new linuxchix.org website (the one
> hosted at http://www.linuxchix.org/ has been supposedly undergoing a
> redesign for a year now) for a very long time; my fault more than
> Since chix are gathering for linux.conf.au in Sydney in a week, I'd like
> to have an in-person hackfest here to get it moved further along. This
> probably won't be the most exciting hackfest in the world; mostly I
> imagine we'll be making a list of sysadmin tasks that need to be done to
> start the transfer of webpages to the new system, and then hopefully
> doing most of those tasks. Some HTML migration might go on, but web
> design probably won't be the key focus.
> The reason I want to do this in-person is mostly just that it gives us a
> chance to move some of the more work-a-day tasks along and come up with
> a decent list of things for volunteers to do that can be moved back to
> the actionchix mailing list.
> When: Saturday 21 January 2007
> Where: In the city of Sydney, Australia, hopefully somewhere around UNSW
> I'd appreciate any suggestions from Sydney Chix about a venue
> with wireless close to UNSW (the linux.conf.au venue will be
> closed by Saturday) for probably a small number of people.
> What: checking out the Plone install on linuxchix.org, creating logins,
> devising a list of pages to be moved, and where they will be moved
> Just a note to Sydney Chix: this hackfest will be on the global
> www.linuxchix.org website, not the chapter sydney.linuxchix.org one,
> although if someone wants to hold a parallel hackfest in the same venue,
> go ahead.
> Details at http://lca2007.linux.org.au/LinuxchixOrgHackfest — I'd
> appreciate RSVPs from anyone coming so that I can let you know where the
> final venue is. And actionchix who can't come (which is most of you),
> stand by for a todo list afterwards.
> linuxchix mailing list
> linuxchix at sydney.linuxchix.org
Sara Falamaki http://falamaki.id.au
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