Presented by

  • Jonathan Woithe

    Jonathan Woithe

    Jonathan Woithe is a Linux developer from Adelaide in Australia. He has been using Linux since the early 1990s both privately and as part of his employment, and has been sporadically contributing patches to the Linux kernel and various open source userspace projects for over 15 years. He is currently one of the primary developers of the FFADO project (, working mainly on the MOTU and RME device drivers. He is also the maintainer of the Fujitsu laptop driver in the Linux kernel. Jonathan's open source interests lie particularly with software related to audio and video production.


Attendees are invited to submit lightning talks for this session. These should be short presentations (5-10 minutes) which do not require a longer formal presentation slot. These can be submitted to the miniconf organiser any time before the miniconf, or on the day. There will also be an opportunity to hold an open informal discussion about Creative Arts, Open Source and Open Hardware. The exact nature and direction of the conversation will be determined on the day by participants. Possible topics include the development status of various applications, "how to" questions, wish-list discussions and general Q-and-A. Linux Australia: YouTube: