AUUG is the Organisation for Unix, Linux and Open Source professionals.
AUUG's role is building a community by connecting, supporting and promoting people with an interest in interoperable computing.
Our members include key technical decision makers from industry, government and education.
The AUUG Annual Conference is now in its fourth decade and has an international reputation for excellence. The annual conference is a key resource and meeting place for users, developers and vendors seeking to make the most of their investments in Unix, Linux and Open Source.
Sponsors over the last 30 years have included many high profile and prestigious organisations that have become synonymous with Unix, Linux and Open Source professionals.
Key events include:
- AUUG Annual national conference
- Australian Open Source symposium
- AUUG Security Symposium
- AUUG Systems Administration Symposium
- Open Computing in Government confernece
- Specialised professional development seminars and tutorials
AUUG community based initiatives include The John Lions Award — a student award commemorating the pioneering work of Professor John Lions; the annual Australian Open Source Awards; and monthly meetings for Open Computing professionals.
To contact AUUG use one of the contact methods on the AUUG contacts page.