It's sometimes easy, immersed as we are in an industry remarkable for it's fluid and rapid changes, to lose sight of our goals. You may be managing projects, designing software, building networks, administering systems or researching, but one thing we all have in common is our engagement in creating viable technical solutions for ourselves and our organisations.
The diversity and richness of today's open systems landscape encompasses everything from Unix to Windows/NT, from databases to object oriented techniques, from security to the Internet, and from programming to systems administration. This environment not only provides us the space to build the best technical solutions in the world, but also gives us tools and a framework with which we can be most effective.
The conference we present to you this year has but a single goal: to give you the keys which unlock your potential to build such solutions.
From one perspective, our programme delivers valuable in-depth information about the dominant and emerging technologies that you must inevitably come to grips with in your day to day life. More importantly, perhaps, the programme also provides a broad picture of the current evolution of the open systems world and how its diverse components are interlocking together to form ever more powerful paradigms and possibilities. Thanks to the active particpation of two of our peer user groups, ISOC-AU and SAGE-AU, we are addressing our industry's breadth and diversity in a way we have never been able to do in the past.
Please take a moment to peruse our programme, to see for yourself the important and varied topics we are covering and the superb range of Australian and overseas speakers who will be presenting. I'm sure you will agree that this is a conference you can't afford to miss.
Michael Paddon, AUUG Inc., President.
Eric was the original author of sendmail. He was the Chief Programmer on the INGRES database management project and an early contributer to the Unix effort at Berkeley, authoring syslog, tset, the -me troff macros, and trek. He received his M.S. in Computer Science from U. C. Berkeley in 1980. He designed database user and application interfaces at Britton Lee (later Sharebase), and contributed to the Ring Array Processor project for neural-network-based speech recognition at the International Computer Science Institute. He was also Chief Technical Officer at InReference, Inc. He co-authored the ``C Advisor'' column for Unix Review magazine for several years and is a member of the Board of Directors of USENIX Association.
Eric has been accused of working incessantly, enjoys writing with fountain pens, and collects wines which he stashes in his extensive cellar.
is a Senior Manager in Digital's UNIX Software Group. Jon has been in the UNIX group for fifteen years as an engineer, Product Manager and Marketing Manager. Prior to Digital, Jon was a Senior Systems Administrator in Bell Laboratories' UNIX group, so he has been programming and using UNIX for over 19 years.
In addition to Jon's work with Digital UNIX, Jon is also Executive Director of Linux International, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the use of Linux, a freely distributable re-implementation of the UNIX operating system. Digital is the first system vendor to join Linux International, and is a Corporate Sponsoring Member. Jon is directly responsible for the port of Linux to the Alpha processor.
Jon started his career programming on large IBM mainframes in Basic Assembly Language, but his career improved dramatically when he was introduced to Digital's PDP-11 line of computers as chairman of the Computer Science Department at Hartford State Technical College. There he spent four glorious years teaching students the value of designing good algorithms, writing good code, and living an honorable life. He has also been known to enjoy discussing aspects of computer science over pizza and beer with said students.
maddog (as his students named him, and as he likes to be called) has his MS in Computer Science from RPI, his BS in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University, and in his spare time is writing the business plan for his retirement business.
is a Staff Engineer for QUALCOMM Inc in San Diego, California. He is well known in the security and ham radio communities, and is the author of widely used public domain packages such as S/KEY and KA9Q. Phil is also persuing free availability of cryptography by sueing the US government for preventing an export license for the diskettes associated with "Applied Cryptography", and has testified to the US Congress on the subject.
writes books and articles, consults, and teaches classes on UNIX- and BSD-related subjects. While at the University of California at Berkeley, he implemented the 4.2BSD fast file system, and was the Research Computer Scientist at the Berkeley Computer Systems Research Group (CSRG) overseeing the development and release of 4.3BSD and 4.4BSD. His particular areas of interest are the virtual-memory system and the filesystem. One day, he hopes to see them merged seamlessly. He earned his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University, and did his graduate work at the University of California at Berkeley, where he received Masters degrees in Computer Science and Business Administration, and a doctoral degree in Computer Science. He is a past president of the Usenix Association, and is a member of ACM and IEEE.
In his spare time, he enjoys swimming, scuba diving, and wine collecting. The wine is stored in a specially constructed wine cellar (accessible from the net using the command ``telnet winecellar.McKusick.COM 451'').
is an internet advocate and Chief Technology Officer at Software.Com, where he oversees the development of internet infrastructure technology for messaging, directory and DNS. In the past, Paul has been IETF Chair, Director of Engineering for @Home, a member of the Internet Architecture Board, Director of the HPCC Division at USC/Information Sciences Institute, and Program Manager for Networking at ARPA.
Paul is known as the creator of the DNS, and the first implementor of the SMTP mail protocol. He has learner's permits in Physics and Electrical Engineering from MIT, and a PhD in Information and Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine.
is a Principal Investigator from the University of California, San Deigo and is currently a visiting researcher the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. He is currently working on a grant funded by the National Science Foundation to research and develop a national Web caching in frastructure, including the Squid Cache software. Other interests include Internet measurment, multicast, and missions to Mars.
T01 - The Domain Name System (DNS) & Internet Naming Directory Service, Paul Mokapetris
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the facility that creates and resolves names for hosts, mail routing, and web URLs in the Internet. In this tutorial, learn the theory behind the DNS and examples of installing and configuring DNS software. Learn how to use new features, such as dynamic update and security.
This course also discusses how DNS and LDAP based solutions are creating the long awaited directory service. Learn their relationship to WHOIS, FINGER, and X.500
T02 - Advanced Perl 5, Frank Crawford
Perl has been around for a long time and has worked it's way into most systems, Unix and others. When Perl 5 was released last year, it was a complete rewrite and introduced a number of new features, including Object-oriented programming and nested data structures, while still preserving backward compatibility. This tutorial will go through many of these new features, giving examples of how to use them, allowing people already familiar with previous versions of Perl to make use of them. It will assume a familiarity with earlier versions of Perl, particularly Perl 4, and an understanding of programming concepts, such as Object-oriented programming.
T03 - An Introduction to UNIX Kernel Internals: Data Structures and Algorithms, Kirk McKusick
This course will provide a firm background in the UNIX kernel. The course includes coverage of most BSD-derived kernels including USL's System V Release 4, Sun's Solaris, and DEC's Ultrix. The POSIX kernel interfaces will be used as examples where they are defined. Where they are not defined, the BSD interfaces will be described and then related to other vendors interfaces. The course will cover basic kernel services, process structure, virtual and physical memory management, scheduling, paging and swapping. The kernel I/O structure will be described showing how I/O is multiplexed, special devices are handled, character processing is done, and the buffer pool is managed. The implementation of the filesystem and its capabilities will be described. The filesystem interface will then be generalized to show how to support multiple filesystem types such as Sun Microsystem's Network File System (NFS). The presentation will emphasize code organization, data structure navigation, and algorithms. It will not cover the machine specific parts of the system such as device drivers.
T04 - Configuring Hierarchical Squid Caches, Duane Wessels
Configuring Web caches in a hierarchy or mesh can be a daunting process. Caching software such as Squid offers many, many configuration options. Here we explain the implications for joining a cache mesh and discuss when certain features should or should not be utilized. We present some common-case scenarios for Internet service providers, corporations, and educational institutions. We also explain how to understand and process cache log files to determine how your cache is interacting with the mesh.
T05 - Using Veritas File System (VxFS) Efficiently, Alex Miroshnichenko
Veritas File System (VxFS) is a high performance intent log based file system targeted to the high end of the data storage market for open systems. VxFS has been available for a number of years from Veritas SOftware Corp. and through a number of OEMs. Vxfs provides a high degree of availability and significantly higher performance as compared to standard file system solution (UFS). However our field experience indicates that many users do not fully understand the operation of VxFS and therefore cannot use its full potential.
T06 - Theory and Practice of Cryptography, Greg Rose
An introduction to the theory and applications of cryptography (algorithms and attacks, briefly mentioning history and politics), without going deeply into mathematics. Some widely used tools will be examined, such as Phil Zimmerman's Pretty Good Privacy and Matt Blaze's Cryptographic File System for Unix.
T07 - Tutorial to be presented by Patrick Falstrom (Keep watching our Web pages for further details)
T08 - Sendmail Inside and Out (updated for sendmail 8.8), Eric Allman
Intended Audience: Systems administrators who want to learn more about the sendmail program, particularly details of the configuration file. Programmers implementing new mail front ends who want to know exactly what sendmail can do for them. This tutorial will not cover mail front ends. This will be an intense, fast-paced, full-day tutorial intended for people who have already been exposed to sendmail.
Sendmail is arguably the most successful UNIX-based mail transfer agent in the world today. Originally distributed with the Berkeley Software Distribution, sendmail is now used by most UNIX vendors. However, it has a reputation for being difficult to configure and manage. This tutorial focuses on these areas.
T09 - Programming the Java AWT, Jan Newmarch
This tutorial covers writing applets and aplications using the Java Abstract Windowing Toolkit. It will deal with the latest version of Java, JDK 1.1. It will include the full range of Java Windows objects, the new delegation event handling model, geometry management, menus, dialogs and printing.
T10 - Version Control Using CVS, Greg Tunnock
CVS (Concurrent Versions System) is a GNU licenced version control system. It records the history of source files, and manages changes to them. This tutorial introduces CVS, outlines the model it presents, and its capabilities. An example of making changes to a software development will be worked through.
|Time||Wednesday 3 September 1997||9.00 - 9.40 AM||Official Opening Michael Paddon, President AUUG Inc., Mark White, Conference Chair|
|9.40 - 10.20 AM||Union Mounts in 4.4BSB-Lite Kirk McKusick, Marshall Kirk McKusick Consultancy, USA|
|10.20 - 11.00 AM||Morning Break|
|11.00 - 11.25 AM||101 - Technical - Internet 1||102 - Management 1 - MIS/Development|
|Quantifying Chaos: Metrics and the Internet, Kate Lance, connect.com.au Pty. Ltd.||Porting UNIX Applications to Windows/NT, Tim Failes, Advanced User Systems Pty. Ltd.|
|11.30 - 11.55 AM||Recent and Forthcoming Developments on the Web, Jan Newmarch, University of Canberra||Software Configuration Management, Graeme Burt, Intersolv Pty. Ltd.|
|12.00 - 12.25 PM||Facing the Web, Robert Farago, Digital Equipment Corporation||Disaster recovery begins with backups, Terja Lange, Thor-UX Pty. Ltd.|
|12.30 - 2.00 PM||Lunch & Exhibition Viewing|
|2.00 - 2.25 PM||103 - Technical - File Systems||104- ISOC-AU|
|A Secure Multi-Domain File System Using NFS and SESAME, Paul Ashley, QUT School of Data Communications||Low-cost ISP setup with PRI, Karl Auer, PC Users Group (Canberra)|
|2.30 - 2.55 PM||Beyond mkfs : Extending File Systems to Address the Needs of Large Scale Mission-Critical Applications., Alex Miroshnichenko, Veritas Software Corp.||All Internet Statistics Are Bad: Some Are More Bad Than Others, Kimberly Claffy, (US) National Laboratory for Applied Network Research|
|3.00 - 3.25 PMDavidtd>A Software Solution to Remote File System Replication, Glenn Satchell, Uniq Professional Services Pty. Ltd||Data Mining on the World Wide Web, Enno Davids, Metva Pty. Ltd.|
|3.30 - 4.15 PM||Afternoon Break &Exhibition Viewing|
|4.15 - 5.00 PM||Internet 2, 3 and NG - Evolutionary or Revolutionary Change? Paul Mockapetris, Paul Mockapetris Software Com., USA|
|5.00 - 6.00 PM||ISOC.AU - General Meeting|
|6.00 - 8.00 PM||Networking Reception|
|Time||Thursday 4 September 1997|
|9.00 - 9.40 AM||Patrik Falstrom, Tele2, Sweden|
|9.40 - 10.20 AM||Fun with Crypto Export Controls Phil Karn, Qualcomm Inc., USA|
|10.20 - 11.00 AM||Morning Break & Exhibition Viewing|
|11.00 - 11.25 AM||201 - Technical - Cryptography||202 - SAGE-AU|
|Authorization For a Large Heterogeneous Multi-Domain System, Paul Ashley, QUT School of Data Communications||Best of SAGE-AU - Introduction, Frank Crawford|
|11.30 - 11.55 AM||An Object Oriented Cryptography Package for Java, David Purdue, Sun Australia||Best of SAGE-AU - Net Security and the AFP, Byron Collie, Australian Federal Police|
|12.00 - 12.25 PM||A Plan 9 File Server Supporting PGP Public Key Encryption, Chris Vance, Australian Defence Force Academy||Best of SAGE-AU - The Year 2000 Challange, Michael Yastreboff, BHP|
|12.30 - 2.00 PM||Lunch & Exhibition Viewing|
|2.00 - 2.25 PM||203 - Technical - Programming||204 - Management 2 - Security|
|Destroy All Monsters (Objective C) Paul Agapow, NetSpace Online Systems||Improving Computer Security Through Network Design, Danny Smith, AUSCERT|
|2.30 - 2.55 PM||Elvin Has Left The Building: A Publish/Subscribe Notification Service With Quenching, David Arnold, DSTC Pty. Ltd.||Security & Internet Myths, Pauline van Winsen, Uniq Professional Services Pty. Ltd.|
|3.00 - 3.25 PM||Implementing a light-weight SQL engine: mSQL 2.0 internals, David Hughes, Hughes Technologies||Certified Firewall Protection for Your Network, Lucy Chubb, Softway Pty. Ltd.|
|3.30 - 4.15 PM||Afternoon Break & Exhibition Viewing|
|4.15 - 5.00 PM||Linux: The Only Truly Open System John Hall, Linux International|
|5.00 - 6.00 PM||AUUG Inc. - AGM|
|7.00 - 11.30 PM||Conference Dinner|
|Time||Friday 5 September 1997|
|9.00 - 9.40 AM||Networking The Queensland Government Perspective Keynote to be delivered by: IIB/Optus|
|9.40 - 10.20 AM||Squid and ICP: Past, Present, and Future Duane Wessels, University of California, San Diego, national Laboratory for App lied Network Research, USA|
|10.20 - 11.00 AM||Morning Break & Exhibition Viewing|
|11.00 - 11.25 AM||301 - Technical - Internet 2||302 - Management 3 - Commerce|
|Issues in Squid Cache Administration, Stewart Forster, connect.com.au Pty. Ltd.||Security and Authentication in Mobile Phones, Greg Rose, Qualcomm Pty. Ltd.|
|11.30 - 11.55 AM||An introduction to qmail, Mark Delany, Mira Networking Pty Ltd.||Internet Commerce Applications Software, Chris Long, InterWorld|
|12.00 - 12.25 PM||The Philips NetCaptain Server Complex / Internet via Cable, Peter Chubb, Softway Pty. Ltd.||The Standards Australia PKAF Model, Stephen Wilson, KPMG Certification Authority|
|12.30 - 2.00 PM||Lunch & Exhibition Viewing|
|2.00 - 2.25 PM||303 - Technical - Architecture/PCs/NetPCs||304 - Management 4 - High Level Architectures|
|Using off-the-shelf PC hardware for Open Systems, Luke Mewburn, connect.com.au Pty. Ltd.||Gigabit Networking, Bart Steanes, Gigabit Networking Integration Systems|
|2.30 - 2.55 PM||Linux in the Client/Server Network, John Hall, Linux International||CORBA, Peter Richardson, Object Oriented Pty. Ltd.|
|3.00 - 3.25 PM||Building Network Computers using a StrongARM, Blair Fidler, Digital Equipment Corporation||Tarantella and the 'Internet Way of Computing', Tony Baines, SCO, UK|
|3.30 - 4.15 PM||Afternoon Break & Exhibition Viewing|
|4.15 - 5.00 PM||Pitfalls on the Path to Global Networks, Eric Allman, Sendmail Consortium, USA|
By 15 Aug After 15 Aug 1997 1997 TUTORIALS Member - Half Day Tutorial $200.00 $300.00 Member+ Full Day Tutorial $300.00 $400.00 Non Member+ Half Day Tutorial $350.00 $450.00 Non Member+ Full Day Tutorial $450.00 $550.00 CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS Members AUUG Inc. $540.00 $640.00 Non-Members $700.00 $800.00 Member Day Registration (per day) $200.00 $300.00 Non-Member Day Registration (per day) $300.00 $400.00 Student Discount(unwaged) for the Conference on production of ID number $180.00 $280.00 Cocktail Reception* (ADDITIONAL PERSONS ONLY) $ 45.00 $ 45.00 Conference Dinner* (ADDITIONAL PERSONS ONLY) $ 95.00 $ 95.00 AUUG Inc. Membership Individuals $100.00 Corporate $390.00 Student $ 25.00 * Included in full registrations.
The Tutorial fee allows you to attend pre-selected sessions, receive your session notes, and morning and afternoon coffees
The full registration fee covers attendance at all sessions, the Networking Reception, morning and afternoon coffees, luncheons on each day of the Conference, the conference folder containing the conference final programme, delegate listing and acopy of the printed proceedings
The day registration fee covers attendance at all sessions for the day nominated, morning and afternoon coffees, luncheons on the day of the Conference attendance, the conference folder containing the conference final programme, delegate listing and a copy of the printed proceedings
The Student registration fee covers attendance at all sessions for the day(s) nominated, morning and afternoon coffees, the conference folder containing the conference final programme, delegate listing and a copy of the printed proceedings
Cancellations received in writing after 15th August, 1997 will forfeit 50% of registration fees. No refunds will be allowed past 22nd August, 1997, however substitutions will be accepted
A number of limited group bookings have been made at the venues listed below. These rates apply to accommodation booked prior to 1st August, 1997. Bookings made after that date are subject to availability and group rates cannot be guaranteed. All costs are subject to change without notice. As accommodation is limited at each venue, your requests will be allocated in order of receipt and according to your stated preferences.
HOTEL SINGLE DOUBLE/TWIN Rydges South Bank $142.00 $142.00 Deluxe Glenelg Street $162.00 $162.00 Superior/Balcony SOUTH BANK QLD 4101 Tel: + 7 3255 0822 Fax: + 7 3255 0899 Hilton Brisbane $155.00 $155.00 190 Elizabeth Street BRISBANE QLD 4000 Tel: + 61 7 3234 2000 Fax: + 61 7 3231 3199 Diana Hotel $87.50 $87.50 12 Annerley Road WOOLLOONGABBA QLD 4102 Tel: + 61 7 3391 2911 Fax: + 61 7 3391 2944
All rates are based on a per room per night basis and delegates are requested to settle their accounts on departure directly with the hotel concerned. Please note: Any amendments or cancellations to hotel bookings are to be made with the Conference Secretariat up to and including 1st August 1997. After that time, amendments and cancellations are to be advised to the hotel direct.
CORPORATE TRAVELLER in conjunction with Ansett Australia, official airline for the AUUG 97 Conference and Exhibition is offering Delegates travelling to Brisbane a 35% discount off the flexible full adult economy class airfare, or guarante ed cheapest fare of the day on any of Australias domestic routes.
To take advantage of this great offer just call CORPORATE TRAVELLER toll free on 1800 676 871 from anywhere in Australia, ask to speak to Mark Rickards and quote the Conference name. Immediate faxed itinerary and free ticket delivery available. Credit Card payment/indexd.
Conditions: The Conference name must be quoted. Reservations subject to class availability. Bookings can be made at any time, yet to ensure the best deals available, bookings and full payment are recommended at least 30 days prior to departure. Payment is required within 3 days for bookings made less than 30 days prior to deaprture. Changes can be made to tickets subjects to availability.
The Conference Secretariat is located in the Lobby of the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. Times for registration are as follows:
Onsite Registrations: Monday 1 September 1997 8.00 am - 5.30 pm for Tutorials Only Tuesday 2 September 1992 8.00 am - 2.00 pm for Tutorials Only 3.00 pm - 5.30 pm for Conference Wednesday 3 September 1997 8.00 am - 5.30 pm Thursday 4 September 1997 8.00 am - 5.30 pm Friday 5 September 1997 8.00 am - 5.30 pm
The speakers, topics and times are correct at the time of publishing and in the event of unforeseen circumstances, the Conference Committee of AUUG 97 reserves the right to alter or delete items from the Conference Programme.
Each Delegate named herein, or their later substitute, accepts that the Conference Committee of AUUG 97, their agents, speakers, chairmen, secretariat or any other persons ("the parties)" involved in the preparation of this pamphlet or in the planning or presentation of the conference, do not accept any contractual, tortious or other form of liability for loss or damage suffered by the delegate or their later substitute relying on any statement representation advice or opinion (whether true or otherwise, written or oral) and whether due to the negligence of any of the said parties by this disclaimer of liability to exclude liability, if any, for such statement representation advice or opinion, and that the said party may rely on this disclaimer of liability in the event of any demand claim suit or action brought against any or all of them arising out of any statement representation advice or opinion. The authors have prepared this material for Professional Development purposes. Although they trust that it will be useful for this purpose, neither the authors nor the the Conference Committee of AUUG 97 can warrant that the use of this material, would be adequate to discharge the legal or professional liability of members in the conduct of their practices.
The Organising Committee of AUUG 97 Conference and Exhibition gratefully acknowledges the valuable and generous contribution given towards the event by the following organisations.
The Information Industries Board (IIB), a division of the Queensland Government's Department of Business, Industry and Regional Development
Sun Microsystems Australia Pty. Ltd.
REGISTRATION FORM (One form per person - photocopies acceptable) PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Section A: PARTICIPANT PERSONAL DETAILS Surname_________________________Initial_______First Name________________________ Title (Dr/Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss, etc)________Name for lapel badge______________________ Position________________________________________________________________________ Organisation____________________________________________________________________ Address______________________________________________Suburb_____________________ State________Postcode_____ Telephone: Business: ( ) ___________________ Private: ( ) _________________ Facsimile: ( )_____________________ E-mail: (please print)__________________________________________________________ Section B: CONFERENCE PLANNING - CONCURRENT SESSIONS I. Tutorials: Tutorial attendance is limited. Requests will be processed on a first come first serve basis. Please mark the tutorials within each group in order of preference, starting with 1, so that you may be assured of a productive session. Monday, 1 September 1997 9:00am - 5:00pm 9:00 am - 1:00pm 1:30pm - 5:30pm T01 [ ] T04 [ ] T05 [ ] T02 [ ] T03 [ ] Tuesday, 2 September 1997 9:00 am - 5:00pm 9:00 am - 1:00pm 1:30pm - 5:30pm T06 [ ] T09 [ ] T10 [ ] T07 [ ] T08 [ ] II. Conference Programme - Registrants not attending entire conference, please indicate day/s attending: Wednesday 3 September 1997 [ ] Thursday 4 September 1997 [ ] Friday 5 September 1997 [ ] To assist us in planning adequate seating at sessions, would ALL registrants indicate which of the concurrent sessions you wish to attend: WEDNESDAY 3 SEPTEMBER 1997 1100 - 1230 101 [ ] 102 [ ] 1400 - 1530 103 [ ] 104 [ ] THURSDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 1997 1100 - 1230 201 [ ] 202 [ ] 1400 - 1530 203 [ ] 204 [ ] FRIDAY 5 SEPTEMBER 1997 1100 - 1230 301 [ ] 302 [ ] 1400 - 1530 303 [ ] 304 [ ] Section C: ACCOMMODATION - Please make reservations for me as follows: Arrival Date ____/____/97 Departure Date ____/____/97 Amount Sgl/Dbl Single Dbl/Twin Rydges - Deluxe $142.00 [ ] [ ] ________ A$............. - Superior $162.00 [ ] [ ] ________ A$............. Hilton Brisbane $155.00 [ ] [ ] ________ A$............. Diana Hotel $ 87.50 [ ] [ ] ________ A$............. Share with:____________________________________________ Section D: PAYMENT OF FEES * Included in full registrations. Registration Fee By Aug 15 After Aug 15 1997 1997 TUTORIALS Member+ Half Day Tutorial $200.00 $300.00 A$.............. Member+ Full Day Tutorial $300.00 $400.00 A$.............. Non Member+ Half Day Tutorial $350.00 $450.00 A$.............. Non Member+ Full Day Tutorial $450.00 $550.00 A$.............. CONFERENCE REGISTRATIONS Members AUUG ( ) $540.00 $640.00 A$.............. Non-Members $700.00 $800.00 A$.............. Member Day Registration (per day) $200.00 $300.00 A$................. Non-Member Day Registration (per day) $300.00 $400.00 A$................. Student Discount(unwaged) $180.00 $280.00 A$................ on production of ID number.......................... AUUG Inc. Membership Individuals $ 100.00 A$................ Corporate $ 390.00 A$................ Student $ 25.00 A$................ Date Event Cost (A$) No. Persons (ADDITIONAL PERSONS ONLY) Wednesday 3 September Networking Reception* $ 45.00 ........... A$............ Thursday 4 September Conference Dinner* $ 95.00 ........... A$............ ========================= Cheques payable to: AUUG 97 TOTAL PAYMENT A$................ ========================= Please charge my Credit Card: Bankcard ( ) Mastercard ( ) Visa ( ) No........................................... Expires:................... Signature.............................................. Credit Card in name of:................................................... Please note that I would like my meals to be: Vegetarian [ ] Other:........................ (please specify) NOTE: This Registration Form serves as an invoice. Registrations accompanied by total payment only will be processed in order of receipt. Please return this form, plus your cheque/payment to: AUUG 97 Conference and Exhibition P.O. Box 468, Paddington. N.S.W. 2021. Australia. 70 Glenmore Road, Paddington. NSW 2021 TELEPHONE: (02) 9332 4622 FACSIMILE: (02) 9332 4066 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: Record No. Date Received / / Amount paid A$ Date Confirmed / / Remarks_________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________Email: email@example.com