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= CentOS and Fedora Birds of a Feather =
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The Fedora Project is the community behind Fedora Linux, the leading edge distribution that is the upstream for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The CentOS Project produces a stable, predictable, and manageable platform built on the RHEL sources, and works with upstream communities (such as Project Atomic and Xen) to help them layer their work on a stable platform. The last year has been extremely busy for both projects, and 2015 is going to be just as exciting.
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About  Schedule  Presentations and Presenters [[/Astronomy2015CFP | Call for Presentations]]
  
If you're using or contributing to CentOS and/or Fedora - or just interested in learning more about them - join us for this BoF to discuss the latest developments, plans for 2015, tips/tricks and best practices, or areas where CentOS and Fedora can improve.
 
  
This Birds of a Feather is being held on 13 January 2015 at 18:30 in OGGB 4.
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= Schedule =
  
== Sign-ups for the CentOS and Fedora BoF ==
 
  
* Joe Brockmeier (@jzb)
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= Presentations abstracts and presenter bios =
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== Māori astronomy ==
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== Visualising the Open Universe ==
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=== Dr. Nicholas James Rattenbury ===
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== Open modelling of stars and galaxies from our own to those at the edge of the observable Universe ==
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=== Dr. J.J. Eldgridge ===
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== The SKA: Hacking the Big Bang ==
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=== Nicolás Erdödy ===
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== Period Analysis of lightcurves of MoA database: finding periods of variable stars ==
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=== Man Cheung Alex Li ===
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== Data Mining the MOA Catalogue Using Machine-Learning Algorithms ==
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=== Martin Donachie ===
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== GPU-accelerated Modeling of Microlensing Events ==
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=== Ashna Sharan ===
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== Lightning talks ==
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Revision as of 23:14, 19 December 2014

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About Schedule Presentations and Presenters Call for Presentations


Schedule

Presentations abstracts and presenter bios

Māori astronomy

Visualising the Open Universe

Dr. Nicholas James Rattenbury

Open modelling of stars and galaxies from our own to those at the edge of the observable Universe

Dr. J.J. Eldgridge

The SKA: Hacking the Big Bang

Nicolás Erdödy

Period Analysis of lightcurves of MoA database: finding periods of variable stars

Man Cheung Alex Li

Data Mining the MOA Catalogue Using Machine-Learning Algorithms

Martin Donachie

GPU-accelerated Modeling of Microlensing Events

Ashna Sharan

Lightning talks

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