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...

She's Geeky unconference-- Bay Area, USA

Join us as we celebrate the one-year anniversary of Bay Area Girl Geek
Dinners and kick-off of She's Geeky unconference with a Bay Area Girl Geek
Dinner on Thursday, January 29th, 2009. For Bay Area Girl Geek Dinner #3,
we are going "no-host" and asking everyone to chip in $20 for dinner.

You must buy your ticket online by 3PM on Tuesday, January 27th -- NO
WALK-IN REGISTRATION.

The first 200 women to register at
http://bayareagirlgeekdinner3.eventbrite.com/ will receive a Bay Area Girl
Geek Dinner mug! Everyone will get Girl Geek Dinner schwag -- registering

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