I just realised that I hadn't blogged about this at all. I'm hosting the MythTV mini-conference at linux.conf.au 2009 in Hobart, Australia in January. How could I have forgotten about blogging this?!
The little blurb about the mini-conference is:
MythTV is a personal video recorder (PVR) for Linux which allows
you to decide what you want to watch; when you want to watch
it. MythTV has been increasing in popularity since Isaac Richards
first started working on it in 2002. It is now very usable, and has
several dedicated Linux distributions, as well as several books
written about it.
This mini-conference is intended to bring together both users and
developers of MythTV to discuss topics of interest to both groups.
The programme is looking really good, and it should be a rocking conference. I'll post another blog entry once the programme is officially released.