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Monday 01 February 2016

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

  Costa Hall D4.303 Costa Theatre D2.193 Percy Baxter D2.194 Next to Percy Baxter D2.211 Wool Museum
09:00
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10:00
Conference Opening
Costa Hall
10:00
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10:40
Morning Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
10:40
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12:20
10:40: Continuous Delivery using blue-green deployments and immutable infrastructure by Ruben Rubio 10:40: Open Source and Bioinformatics Miniconf Welcome by Alan Rubin 10:40: An Open Approach to Whole-House Audio by Bdale Garbee 10:40: Introductory remarks by Zac Dover Open Hardware Assembly Workshop (Registraton required to participate, Spectators welcome) by Jonathan Oxer 10:40: Kernel Miniconf Introduction and Unconference Planning by Stewart Smith
10:50: Clinical Genomics: a Computational Perspective by Bernie Pope
11:00: A brief history of technical writing with examples by Zac Dover 11:00: Changes in the security module infrastructure by Casey Schaufler
11:20: Many Roads to Bioinformatics by Harriet Dashnow
11:30: RCU Mutation Testing by Paul McKenney
11:35: The Twelve-Factor Container by Casey West 11:35: GStreamer in the living room and in outer space by Sebastian Dröge
11:45: On working from home by Alexandra Settle
11:55: Why no FOSS on stage right? by Hugh Blemings
12:00: Kernel Miniconf Unconference by Stewart Smith
12:20
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13:20
Lunch
uncatered
13:20
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15:00
13:20: Assorted Security Topics in Open Cloud: Overview of Advanced Threats, 2015’s Significant Vulnerabilities and Lessons, and Advancements in OpenStack Trusted Computing and Hadoop Encryption by Jason Cohen 13:20: Message fromthe ABACBS President by Tony Papenfuss 13:20: History of the vanguard Linux receiver 'Dreambox' and an introduction of its new multi-standard streaming server by Andreas Frisch 13:20: Documentation Miniconf Unconference by Zac Dover 13:20: Open Hardware Assembly Workshop Continued by Jonathan Oxer Kernel Miniconf Unconference by Stewart Smith
13:30: Building web-based visualization tools to empower biologists by David Powell
14:00: Production Pathology: from spinning wheels to knitting mills by Ken Doig
14:05: Short break
14:10: Short break
14:15: Managing Infrastructure as Code by Allan Shone 14:15: Real Time Tuning Analysis by Jan Schmidt
14:20: Two years of tech writing by Zac Dover 14:20: Pick and Place Machine (live demonstration) by Jonathan Oxer
14:30: R and Bioconductor: open source software for analysing genomic data by Belinda Phipson
14:40: Free Software in the Audiokinetic Laboratory by Tobias Brodel 14:40: ESP8266 ESPlant (Wi-Fi garden sensors) design and operation by Jonathan Oxer
15:00
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
15:40
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17:20
15:40: Cloud Anti-Patterns by Casey West 15:40: Applied bioinformatics using open source software by Lavinia Gordon 15:40: Conference Recording 2.0: Building a Better System by Joel Addison 15:40: My beautiful jacket by Andrew Burden 15:40: Open source car engine management by Josh Stewart Kernel Miniconf Unconference by Stewart Smith
16:00: Short break 16:00: LinuxCNC for fun and profit - now with deadly lasers! by Alastair D'Silva
16:05: Cloud Crafting – Public / Private / Hybrid by Steven Ellis
16:10: Building and deploying the Genomics Virtual Laboratory on the cloud(s)- Simon Gladman, Yousef Kowsar, and Andrew Isaac by Simon Gladman
16:20: Short break
16:25: Short break
16:30: Documentation Miniconf by Jodi Biddle 16:30: Hardware projects using eChronos and IwIP: toward high-assurance IoT by Sebastian Holzapfel
16:35: Live Migration of Linux Containers by Tycho Andersen 16:35: Informal Jam / Demo session and Lightning Talks by Jonathan Woithe
16:50: Sequencing your poo with a USB stick by Torsten Seemann 16:50: Kerbal space program simulator hardware controller and display by Peter Hardy
17:10: Music and Multimedia Miniconf Lightning Talks 17:10: Open Hardware Miniconf - Lightning talks, project showcase and general discussions by Jonathan Oxer
18:00
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19:00
Linux Australia Annual General Meeting (AGM)
D2.193 Percy Baxter

Schedule is subject to change without notice.


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