FOSDEM '10 is a free and non-commercial event organized by the community, for the community. Its goal is to provide Free and Open Source developers a place to meet. No registration necessary.



Capacity: 288 seats

Saturday 2010-02-06
When Track Event Speaker
13:00-13:15 Lightning Talks FOSDEM: Lightning Opening Talk Tias Guns
13:20-13:35 Lightning Talks LiMux: 5 years on the way to free software in Munich Florian Schiessl
13:40-13:55 Lightning Talks CiviCRM: Common goals of FOSS and Not For Profit Organisations Xavier DUTOIT
14:00-14:15 Lightning Talks The Platform, an Introduction and Overview Steven Lamerton
14:20-14:35 Lightning Talks OpenPCF: An Open Provisioning and Control Framework Rubin Simons
14:40-14:55 Lightning Talks GNU Savannah: 100% free software mass-hosting Sylvain Beucler
15:00-15:15 Lightning Talks Qi Hardware's Ben NanoNote: open to the bone device David Reyes Samblas Martinez
15:20-15:35 Lightning Talks tinc: the difficulties of a peer-to-peer VPN on the hostile Internet Guus Sliepen
15:40-15:55 Lightning Talks Beernet: Building peer-to-peer systems with transactional replicated storage Boriss Mejias
16:00-16:15 Lightning Talks SIP Communicator: Skype-like conf calls with SIP Communicator Emil Ivov
16:20-16:35 Lightning Talks Kamailio (OpenSER) 3.0.0: redefinition of SIP server Daniel-Constantin Mierla
16:40-16:55 Lightning Talks asterisk: An introduction to Asterisk Development Mark Michelson
17:00-17:15 Lightning Talks csync: Roaming Home Directories Andreas Schneider
17:20-17:35 Lightning Talks Faban: Developing benchmarks and workloads using Faban 1.0 Amanda Waite
17:40-17:55 Lightning Talks shadowcircle: a pentesting distribution alternative clement Game
18:00-18:15 Lightning Talks SyncEvolution: From the SyncML Protocol to Free and Open Implementations Patrick Ohly
18:20-18:35 Lightning Talks GeeXboX: An Introduction to Enna Media Center Benjamin Zores
18:40-18:55 Lightning Talks Uzbl: A webbrowser which adheres to the unix philosophy Dieter Plaetinck
Sunday 2010-02-07
When Track Event Speaker
10:00-10:15 Lightning Talks Kerrighed: Flexible distributed checkpoint/restart Matthieu Fertre
10:20-10:35 Lightning Talks Apache ACE: distributing software components Marcel Offermans
10:40-10:55 Lightning Talks Cloudlets: universal server images for the cloud Solomon Hykes
11:00-11:15 Lightning Talks Wt::Dbo: a C++ ORM (Object Relational Mapping) library Koen Deforche
11:20-11:35 Lightning Talks OpenERP: Design applicactions with OpenObject in minutes Fabien Pinckaers
11:40-11:55 Lightning Talks CAcert: Client-certificates and SSO - the old-new thing Ian Grigg
12:00-14:00 Keysigning Keysigning Party Ulrich Schroeter
14:00-14:15 Lightning Talks Open-source software: Blaming the unknown, or a constructive approach to technology Giuseppe Maxia
14:20-14:35 Lightning Talks Customizing schoolbooks the free software way Salve Nilsen
14:40-14:55 Lightning Talks The Wiki for Open Technologies: How to share your projects and knowledge Oscar Puyal
15:00-15:15 Lightning Talks QuBit: Introducing Quantum Superpositions Steven Goodwin
15:20-15:35 Lightning Talks Padre, the Perl IDE: Building an open source team, getting the project to users against the odds Gabor Szabo
15:40-15:55 Lightning Talks Coccinelle: Finding bugs in open source systems code Julia Lawall
16:00-16:15 Lightning Talks UmlCanvas: bringing UML diagrams to the web Christophe Van Ginneken
16:20-16:35 Lightning Talks jpoker: a pure javascript poker client Johan Euphrosine