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Wednesday 03 February 2016

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

  Costa Hall D4.303 Costa Theatre D2.193 Percy Baxter D2.211 Wool Museum
09:00
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10:00
Keynote #2 - Ms Catarina Mota
Costa Hall
10:00
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10:40
Morning Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
10:40
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11:25
Going Faster: Continuous Delivery for Firefox by Laura Thomson Using Linux features to make a hacker's life hard by Kayne Naughton CloudABI: Cloud computing meets fine-grained capabilities by Ed Schouten 10:40: Tutorial: Beginning with the Shell by Peter Chubb No Talk
11:35
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12:20
Education and the AGPL: A Case Study by Molly de Blanc How To Write A Linux Security Module That Makes Sense For You by Casey Schaufler Embrace the Atomic (Display) Age by Daniel Vetter Usable formal methods - are we there yet? by Stefan Götz
12:20
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13:20
Lunch
uncatered
13:20
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14:05
What Happens When 4096 Cores All Do synchronize_rcu_expedited()? by Paul McKenney Synchronised multi-room multimedia playback and synchronised live media processing and mixing with GStreamer by Sebastian Dröge Welcoming Everyone: Five Years of Inclusion and Outreach Programmes at PyCon Australia by Christopher Neugebauer 13:20: Tutorial: Identity Management with FreeIPA by Fraser Tweedale Improving thread synchronization in GlusterD (Daemon for Gluster) using Userspace RCU (Read-copy-update) by Atin Mukherjee
14:15
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15:00
Adventures in OpenPower Firmware by Stewart Smith Wait, ?tahW: The Twisted Road to Right-to-Left Language Support by Moriel Schottlender Sentrifarm - open hardware telemetry system for Australian farming conditions by Andrew McDonnell Twoskip - a robust single-file key-value database by Bron Gondwana
15:00
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
Costa Hall Foyer
15:40
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16:25
Five* non-cryptographic hash functions enter. One hash function leaves. by Adam Harvey The future belongs to unikernels. Linux will soon no longer be used in Internet facing production systems. by Andrew Stuart Creating an open and distributed video broadcast production environment using GStreamer by Paraskevi Nikolaidou 15:40: Tutorial: Packets don't lie: how can you use tcpdump/tshark (wireshark) to prove your point. by Sergey Guzenkov Melvin: A new implementation of LVM in Rust by Andy Grover
16:35
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17:20
Export Control: A primer for open source hackers by Benno Leslie Challenges when Scaling: Adventures in Swift's Sharding by Matthew Oliver An introduction to monitoring and alerting with timeseries at scale, with Prometheus by Jamie Wilkinson No Talk
18:00
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21:00
Penguin Dinner

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