Now that the complete schedule for LCA (Including miniconfs) is available, I’ve chosen what talks I can go to. I’m quite impressed, almost every session for the entire conference has something that’s caught my eye, and so I only have one or two slots left to fill per day. Currently, my selections stand as such:

Monday 9:30-10:20 Is Parallel Programming Hard, And, If So, Why? by Paul McKenney 10:40-11:30 Undecided 11:40-12:30 - PROBABLY -  Collaborating Successfully with Large Corporations by Bdale Garbee 13:50-14:40 How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love ACPI by Matthew Garrett 14:50-15:40 Undecided 16:00-16:50 Kernel Lightning Talks 17:00-17:50 Ask a Kernel Hacker Panel -- Tuesday 9:30-10:20 Beyond Open Source by Arthur Sale 10:40 - 11:10 Future directions for Copyright Law by Laura Simes 11:10 - 11:30 OpenAustralia - Everyday democracy for everybody in Australia by Katherine Szuminska and Matthew Landauer 13:50 - 14:40 Undecided 14:50 - 15:20 Freedom in Focus: CC Photography and Cultural Change by Rachel Cobcroft 15:20 - 15:40 We are the translators! by Jeff Waugh 16:00-16:50 Undecided 17:00-17:50 Undecided -- Wednesday 10:40-11:30 Introducing the Re-Built Linux Desktop by Keith Packard 11:40-12:30 From click to pixel: A tour of the Linux graphics pipeline by Carl Worth 13:40-15:40 Introduction to Django by Jacob Kaplan-Moss 16:00-16:50 Joining the mob: the kernel development process by Jonathan Corbet 17:00-17:50 Cross-distro collaboration: packaging with modern version control systems by Martin Krafft -- Thursday 10:40-11:30 - PROBABLY - AIO: Why is this so hard? by Zach Brown 11:40-12:30 7 Things Lawyers Don't Understand About Software by Anton Hughes 13:50-15:40 The Joy of Inkscape by Donna Benjamin 16:00-16:50 - PROBABLY - the Inkscape LPE revolution! by Andy Fitzsimon 17:00-17:50 Tricks of the Trade: Learning Free Software hacking from clever people by Hugh Blemings -- Friday 10:40-11:30 autocluster - a system for automated testing of clustered systems by Andrew Tridgell and Martin Schwenke 11:40-12:30 Ogg Chopping: techniques for programming correctness and efficiency by Conrad Parker 13:50-14:40 Power management that works by Matthew Garrett 14:50-15:40 Geek My Ride by Jonathan Oxer and Jared Herbohn 16:00-16:50 Open Source for Model Rocket Design by Bdale Garbee 17:00-17:50 Lightning Talks! Yay! 

If anyone’s got suggestions for the talks I’ve not figured out yet, please let me know!