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 The Low Down on IRS status for Free and Open Source Software Nonprofits in the US by Karen Sandler 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 Conference TBA 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.