One week until Ada Lovelace Day (Tues 24 March)!

"Ada Lovelace Day is an international day of blogging to draw attention
to women excelling in technology.

"Women’s contributions often go unacknowledged, their innovations seldom
mentioned, their faces rarely recognised. We want you to tell the world
about these unsung heroines. Entrepreneurs, innovators, sysadmins,
programmers, designers, games developers, hardware experts, tech
journalists, tech consultants. The list of tech-related careers is
endless.

"To take part All you need to do is sign the pledge, pick your tech

Sydney, Australia: International Women's Day Gaming Hackfest, Sat 14 March

Date: 14th March 2008
Time: From 11am
Location: Maroubra, RSVP for street address

In honour of International Women's Day, albeit slightly late, AussieChix
in Sydney are meeting for a gaming hackfest: participants will be
building a small game in the Python programming language. Check out
http://www.pyweek.org/ for small games already built in Python.

What about non-programmers and non-Pythonistas? If you'd prefer to work
in another language go ahead, we're encouraging Python only because of
the toolkits and because many of us know it.

Video footage of the January *2008* LinuxChix miniconf now available

The video footage of the January *2008* LinuxChix miniconf (ie, the one
that was held a year ago at linux.conf.au 2008 in Melbourne) is now
available online.

Talks with available footage are:

- Heroes (Pia Waugh):
http://conf.au.linuxchix.org/heroes-presented-pia-waugh
- So you want to be a sysadmin (Joh Clarke):
http://conf.au.linuxchix.org/so-you-want-be-sysadmin-presented-joh-clarke
- Not-common-enough code optimisations (Jacinta Richardson):
http://conf.au.linuxchix.org/not-common-enough-code-optimisations-presen...

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