Claims that Linux Australia has a ban in place on well-known kernel developer Ted Ts'o attending the organisation's annual national conference — which is known as LCA — have been denied by LA president Kathy Reid.
Linux Australia considered a bid to buy publicity back in May, and then had to abandon the idea because the project it sought to influence had obtained enough funding and shut its door.
Thirteen years have gone by since the first Australian national Linux conference was held, but the event is still driven by the same category of people: volunteers.
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