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'''AussieChix''' is the Australian chapter of [[LinuxChix]]. It is one of the most active chapters worldwide, and is closely involved with organising the [[LinuxChix]] miniconf which is held each year as part of [[Linux.conf.au]].
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'''AussieChix''' is the Australian chapter of [[LinuxChix]]. It is one of the most active chapters worldwide, and is closely involved with organising the [[LinuxChix miniconf]] which is held each year as part of [[Linux.conf.au]].
   
There had been city-wide chapters of LinuxChix in Sydney and Melbourne since 1999 or 2000, key volunteers in these chapters included at times [[Kirrily Robert]], [[Claudine Chionh]], [[Julie Gibson]], [[Pia Waugh]] and [[Sara Falamaki]]. AussieChix was founded by [[Mary Gardiner]] in February 2007 shortly after the first [[LinuxChix miniconf]] and the existing Australian chapters were merged into it.
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There had been city-wide chapters of LinuxChix in Sydney and Melbourne since 1999 or 2000, key volunteers in these chapters included at times [[Kirrily Robert]], [[Claudine Chionh]], [[Julie Gibson]], [[Pia Waugh]] and [[Sara Falamaki]]. AussieChix was founded by [[Mary Gardiner]] in February 2007 shortly after the first miniconf and the existing Australian chapters were merged into it.
 
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Revision as of 01:28, 12 November 2009

AussieChix is the Australian chapter of LinuxChix. It is one of the most active chapters worldwide, and is closely involved with organising the LinuxChix miniconf which is held each year as part of Linux.conf.au.

There had been city-wide chapters of LinuxChix in Sydney and Melbourne since 1999 or 2000, key volunteers in these chapters included at times Kirrily Robert, Claudine Chionh, Julie Gibson, Pia Waugh and Sara Falamaki. AussieChix was founded by Mary Gardiner in February 2007 shortly after the first miniconf and the existing Australian chapters were merged into it.