The weekend of the middle of January 14-15 offers prospects of being quite a fussy one for free and open source applications enthusiasts in Australia with a second gross symposium to run on exactly those days. Drupal Downunder, a symposium for consumers of this exceptional content administration system, will be taking place at the Jasper Hotel in the very heart of Melbourne on the following weekend, with a day of seminars and workshops being organized on the coming Friday. Drupal Downunder is already the second such FOSS symposium being presented that weekend; as stated in this release, Ada Camp, established by the Ada Initiative, will be hosted on the 14th of January. Thanks to Ada Camp, the Drupal symposium will target to magnetize people heading for the 13th Australian gentilitial Linux symposium, which is meditated to be held on January 16 – 20 in Ballarat, a provincial Victorian city about two hours away from Melbourne. This is thought to be the second Drupal Downunder symposium, with the introductory one having been hosted in Brisbane in the beginning of this year. The Brisbane symposium was enheartened by Drupal South, a symposium which was led after the LCA of 2010 in well-known Wellington. The main event will be taken place on January 14 and 15, from 9 to 6pm on Saturday and then from 9 to 5pm on Sunday. The establisher of the conference, Donna Benjamin, who set up the Linux attraction in Melbourne in 2008, has put together a very all-embracing FAQ which corresponds to virtually every believable question that can eventuate into mind. Conference prices are $220 (morning bird), $275 (full price) and $121 (for students). There will be three keystones, with Drupal establisher Dries Buytaert, popular Drupal programmer Dmitri Gaskin, and admittance professional Gian Wild to do the honours.