Thursday 15 January 2015

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

  OGGB F&P OGGB 260-098 OGGB3 OGGB4 Case Room 2 Case Room 3
09:00
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10:00
Keynote
OGGB F&P
10:00
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10:40
Morning Tea
OGGB Foyer
10:40
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11:25
OpenStack for Non-Developers by Tim Potter The Democratisation of Radio by David Rowe OFconnect: An OpenFlow Software Defined Networking Library For Everyone by Deepa Dhurka VFIO - Virtual Fabric IO a.k.a. PCI pass-through by Alexey Kardashevskiy Tales from the Trenches: Battling Browser Bugs for "Fun" and (Non-)Profit by Roan Kattouw 10:40: An introduction to Linux namespaces by Michael Kerrisk
11:35
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12:20
Deploying to the cloud with golden images, Heat and Docker by Steve Baker Getting More Out Of System Suspend In Linux by Rafael Wysocki 8 writers in under 8 months: from zero to a docs team in no time flat by Lana Brindley Conference TBA Reducing GLSL Compiler Memory Usage (or Fitting 5kg of Potatoes in a 2kg Bag) by Ian Romanick
12:20
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13:20
Lunch
uncatered
13:20
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14:05
FireFoxOS and the Linux Kernel by Aimee Maree Forsstrom The future of Python packaging by Richard Jones A methodical makeover for CTDB by Martin Schwenke OneRNG - An Open and Verifiable hardware random number generator by Jim Cheetham Tunnels and Bridges: A drive through OpenStack Networkings by Mark McClain 13:20: Reverse engineering embedded software using Radare2 by Andrew McDonnell
14:15
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15:00
Crypto Won't Save You Either by Peter Gutmann Making build systems not suck by Jussi Pakkanen Herding Cats: Getting an open source community to work on the same thing by John Dickinson OpenPOWER: building an open-source software stack from bare metal by Jeremy Kerr VideoLAN and VLC by Jean-Baptiste Kempf
15:00
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
OGGB Foyer
15:40
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16:25
Pushing users into the pit of success - stories from the Samba 3 -> Samba 4 transition. by Andrew Bartlett What technical learners need by Selena Deckelmann Vaultaire: a data vault for system metrics, backed onto Ceph by Andrew Cowie Bare-Metal Multicore Performance in a General-Purpose Operating System (Adventures in Ubiquity) by Paul McKenney Who is Linux Australia by Joshua Hesketh Drupal8 outta the box by Donna Benjamin
16:35
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17:20
IPMI - because ACPI and UEFI weren't terrifying enough by Matthew Garrett seL4 Is Free – What Does This Mean For You? by Gernot Heiser Programming Considered Harmful by Dave Chinner Wiki New Zealand: Winning through collaboration by Lillian Grace Considering the Future of Copyleft: How Will The Next Generation Perceive GPL? by Bradley Kuhn
18:00
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22:00
PDNS
PDNS Venue

Schedule is subject to change without notice.