feed is a conference about the Linux operating system and the vibrant ecosystem of free and open source software that has grown up around it. Run in a different Australian or New Zealand city each year by local volunteers, LCA invites more than 500 people to learn from the people who shape the future of open source.

An intersection of pipes.

GStreamer's WebRTC implementation eliminates some of the shortcomings of using WebRTC in native apps, server applications, and IoT devices.
A skyscraper in the sky.

Dockter supports the specific requirements of researchers doing data analysis, including those using R.
Conversations happening between cubicles

Voice interaction is increasingly moving from science fiction into science fact, and privacy concerns are increasing traction for open source solutions.
gears and lightbulb to represent innovation

This combination can close the skills gap by enabling IT professionals to acquire critical skills in complex distributed systems technology from any location.
Tux with binary code background

Doing Linux kernel and firmware development leads to lots of reboots and lots of wasted time.
Penguins with space and stars overlay

How the quest to prevent time from running out led to all corners of the Linux kernel.
Arrows moving across a landscape

Method models climate change scenarios by processing vast amounts of high-resolution soil and weather data.

The Faucet software-defined network controller enables users to run networks the same way they run server clusters.