Funding

There are three LCA2010 Funding Programmes available for those highly regarded people out there who contribute in important ways to the free and open source community and whom, without financial assistance, would not be able to attend LCA2010.

Winners of the Funding Programmes

InternetNZ Oceania Programme

The InternetNZ Oceania Programme provides funding for people living in Oceania, who contribute in important ways to the free and open source community, by subsidising their registration and travel costs.

Etuate Cocker
Andy Fitzsimon
Opetaia Simati
Bernard Ugalde
InternetNZ Kiwi Fellowship

The InternetNZ Kiwi Fellowship provides funding for people living in New Zealand, who contribute in important ways to the free and open source community, by subsidising their registration and travel costs.

Mark Osborne
Lynne Pope
Nicolas Steenhout
Google Diversity Programme

LCA2010 and Google are proud to support diverse groups, such as women and people with disabilities. The Google Diversity Programme is designed to reduce the financial barriers to attending LCA2010, by subsidising the registration and travel costs of people from diverse groups, who contribute in important ways to the free and open source community.

Sara Falamaki
Elizabeth Garbee
Liz Henry
Emma Jane Hogbin
Nancy Mauro-Flude

Sponsors

LCA2010, in partnership with two of our Emperor Penguin Sponsors, InternetNZ and Google, are proud to hold these funding initiatives.

For more information about InternetNZ see: http://www.internetnz.org.nz/

For more information about Google see: http://www.google.com/

Funding Enquiries

Brenda Wallace
LCA2010 Funding Manager
funding@lca2010.org.nz