Brussels / 31 January & 1 February 2015


551 Events

Event Speakers Room Day Start End

Keynotes (5)

Welcome to FOSDEM 2015 FOSDEM Staff Janson Saturday 09:30 09:55
Identity Crisis: Are we who we say we are? Karen Sandler Janson Saturday 10:00 10:50
What is wrong with Operating Systems
(and how do we make things better)
Antti Kantee Janson Saturday 11:00 11:50
Living on Mars: A Beginner's Guide
Can we Open Source a society?
Ryan MacDonald Janson Sunday 17:00 17:50
Closing FOSDEM 2015 FOSDEM Staff Janson Sunday 17:50 18:00

Lightning talks (40)

Lightning Talks Welcome Tias Guns, Alasdair Kergon H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 12:55 13:00
Developing FOSDEM Companion
How to build a modern, user-friendly schedule app for Android
Christophe Beyls H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 13:00 13:15
Ultra - Smallest. Web server. Evar. Steven Goodwin H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 13:20 13:35
How adblockers work Sebastian Noack H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 13:40 13:55
A Whirlwind Introduction to OpenUI5
The Responsive, Enterprise Strength HTML5 Toolkit
DJ Adams H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 14:00 14:15
All about Hack in 15 minutes
Why you should consider Hack over PHP
Tobias Nyholm H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 14:20 14:35
towards an Open-Source Spanner
Tobias Schottdorf H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 14:40 14:55
GCompris goes Qt Quick with the help of KDE
GCompris is educational software for children 2 to 10
Bruno Coudoin H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 15:00 15:15
Requirements Bazaar
How to encourage users to tell us what they really need!
István Koren H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 15:20 15:35
Scalable Video Conferencing with Jitsi Videobridge
Using Simulcast, DataChannels and adaptive streaming for Free scalable conferencing
Emil Ivov H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 15:40 15:55
XMPP and Android
Creating stable, reliable, push-enabled and battery friendly XMPP connections on Android
Florian Schmaus H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 16:00 16:15 - a new open standard for distributed, real-time communication
Solving the fragmented online communication space with an open standard
Oddvar Lovaas, Matthew Hodgson H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 16:20 16:35
Yjs: A Real-Time Framework for Peer-to-peer Group Editing on Arbitrary Data Types
Enabling real-time collaboration on the Web
Petru Nicolaescu, Kevin Jahns H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 16:40 16:55
Building an Open Source VoIP hardware phone Saúl Ibarra Corretgé H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 17:00 17:15
codebender: Arduino programing, online
Learn how to program an Arduino faster and easier, online, using codebender
Vasileios Georgitzikis H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 17:20 17:35
Rizzly: Event Driven Microcontroller Programming
A new programming language for event driven programming of 8 bit microcontroller.
Urs Fässler H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 17:40 17:55
Crazyflie Nano Quadcopter
A flying open source PCB
Frederic Gurr H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 18:00 18:15
The advantages of using clang for the kernel
Behan Webster H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 18:20 18:35
Pretty-printing kernel data structures
Reusing D-Trace technology in unexpected places
Daniel Lovasko H.2215 (Ferrer) Saturday 18:40 18:55
Validate your gerrit patches automaticly using magic hooks
hook framework to test patches as part of gerrit system
Eyal Edri H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 10:00 10:15
LuaRocks - fostering an ecosystem of Lua modules
Creating the package manager for the Lua language
Hisham Muhammad H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 10:20 10:35
How to create your own Exchange compatible backend
Dive into the OpenChange REST API
Julien Kerihuel H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 10:40 10:55
A better way to email
Bron Gondwana H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 11:00 11:15
Mail2Voice: an accessibility approach to mail Matthieu Hazon H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 11:20 11:35
Agora Voting
An end to end verifiable system
Eduardo Robles Elvira H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 11:40 11:55
Kodi mediacenter (XBMC) past, present and future
A very brief history on the trials of an open-source media centre
Martijn Kaijser, Ejal de Klerk H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 12:00 12:15
Improving Key Signing Parties
Tools to make them easier, more secure, and much faster
Vadim Troshchinskiy H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 12:20 12:35
Cloud Computing: The Next Generation
Federation of the Cloud
Frank Karlitschek H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 12:40 12:55
All your cycles are belong to us
Volunteer computing in the age of the ubiquituous browser
Juan Julián Merelo H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 13:00 13:15
Datacenter Provisioning and Orchestration Felix Aronsson H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 13:20 13:35
Fabricate your automated devops environment using python
fabric is your (devops) friend
Eyal Edri H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 13:40 13:55
Upgrade-UX is a software framework to update or patch Unix systems
Gratien D'haese H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 14:00 14:15
an experimental Unix shell
Qi Xiao H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 14:20 14:35
SatNOGS - Global Network of Ground Stations
Creating a full stack of destributed ground station management.
Pierros Papadeas H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 14:40 14:55
Decentralized markets for online trade
Dionysis Zindros, Sam Patterson H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 15:00 15:15
Open source is not only for geeks and idealists in the (danish) health sector
A presentation of the OpenTele project and other health related projects by the 4S organisation
Mike Kristoffersen H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 15:20 15:35
Free and open-source software for medical imaging
Bringing technological independence to hospitals
Sébastien Jodogne H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 15:40 15:55
Leihs, the leading free equipment booking system
It took us eight years to get it right. What we learned about being a FOSS project.
Ramón Cahenzli H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 16:00 16:15
Data, data and data about your favourite community Daniel Izquierdo H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 16:20 16:35
Open source home automation
by OpenMotics
Frederick Ryckbosch H.2215 (Ferrer) Sunday 16:40 16:55

Certification (6)

LibreOffice Exam Session LibreOffice Team UB2.147 Saturday 11:00 13:00
BSDCG Exam Session BSDCG Team H.3227 Saturday 11:00 13:00
LPI Exam Session 1 LPI Team UB2.147 Saturday 13:30 15:15
LPI Exam Session 2 LPI Team UB2.147 Saturday 16:00 17:45
LPI Exam Session 3 LPI Team UB2.147 Sunday 11:00 12:45
LPI Exam Session 4 LPI Team UB2.147 Sunday 14:00 15:45

Languages (4)

Modularizing C software with Apache Celix Pepijn Noltes Janson Sunday 10:00 10:50
The Story of Rust Steve Klabnik Janson Sunday 11:00 11:50
Design and Implementation of a Perl Number Theory Module Dana Jacobsen Janson Sunday 12:00 12:50
Get ready to party! Larry Wall Janson Sunday 13:00 13:50

Performance (4)

Building High-Performance Language Implementations With Low Effort Stefan Marr Janson Saturday 14:00 14:50
The Ignominous Profiler
Giulio Eulisse Janson Saturday 15:00 15:50
How fast can your code go?
James Pallister Janson Saturday 16:00 16:50
Ubiquitous Performance Analysis and System Introspection
An introduction to Performance Co-Pilot and Systemtap
Lukas Berk Janson Saturday 17:00 17:50

Time (5)

Precise time: from CPU clocks to hacking the Universe
Adventures of a time nut
Tom Van Baak K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 12:00 12:50
Computers, Clocks and Network Time
Everything you never wanted to know about time.
George Neville-Neil K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 13:00 13:50
Technical Aspects of Leap Second Propagation and Evaluation Martin Burnicki K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 14:00 14:50
Ntimed an NTPD replacement Poul-Henning Kamp K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 15:00 15:50
NTF's General Timestamp API and Library
Current timestamps suck. We can do much better.
Harlan Stenn K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 16:00 16:50

Typesetting (3)

Surveying Made Easy
Benjamin Berg Janson Sunday 14:00 14:50
Introducing SILE: A New Typesetting System Simon Cozens Janson Sunday 15:00 15:50
Algorithmic Graph Drawing in TikZ Till Tantau Janson Sunday 16:00 16:50

Hardware (4)

A GPS watch made of free software and hardware Federico Vaga, Matthieu Cattin K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Saturday 12:00 12:50
The path to an open-source SoC
Alex Bradbury K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Saturday 13:00 13:50
An open RISC softcore for research and experimentation
Jonathan Woodruff K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Saturday 14:00 14:50
a hackable design platform
Yorik van Havre K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Saturday 15:00 15:50

Security (2)

RISC in the age of risk
David Chisnall K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 10:00 10:50
Keccak and SHA-3: code and standard updates
From the Keccak Code Package to a wide range of cryptographic applications
Gilles Van Assche, Joan Daemen, Michaël Peeters K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Sunday 11:00 11:50

Miscellaneous (3)

Automating Attribution
Giving credit where credit is due
Jonas Öberg Janson Saturday 12:00 12:50
A new version of Firefox is available
Releasing Quality Firefox Products
Sylvestre Ledru, Lukas Blakk Janson Saturday 13:00 13:50
Stretching out for trustworthy reproducible builds
The status of reproducing byte-for-byte identical binary packages from a given source
Holger Levsen, Jérémy Bobbio (Lunar) K.1.105 (La Fontaine) Saturday 16:00 16:50

Ada devroom (12)

Arrival & Informal Discussions AW1.124 Saturday 10:30 11:00
Welcome Dirk Craeynest AW1.124 Saturday 11:00 11:05
Ada, an Introduction Jérémy Rosen AW1.124 Saturday 11:05 11:55
Building a GUI for an Ada Application with GtkAda Serge Vanschoenwinkel AW1.124 Saturday 12:00 12:50
Opening the Development of PHCpack Jan Verschelde AW1.124 Saturday 13:00 13:25
Informal Discussions AW1.124 Saturday 13:30 14:00
Contract-based Programming - A Route to Finding Bugs Earlier Jacob Sparre Andersen AW1.124 Saturday 14:00 14:50
Ada for ARM Bare Board Tristan Gingold AW1.124 Saturday 15:00 15:50
Multithreading Made Easy, part 3 - Bounded Work Queues Ludovic Brenta AW1.124 Saturday 16:00 16:50
2D Drawing with Ada and Cairo Serge Vanschoenwinkel AW1.124 Saturday 17:00 17:50
Building Economic Simulations in Ada Graham Stark AW1.124 Saturday 18:00 18:25
Informal Discussions & Closing AW1.124 Saturday 18:30 19:00

BSD devroom (6)

EdgeBSD: Status report
News from the benevolent dictator
Pierre Pronchery AW1.121 Saturday 10:30 11:30
Enlightenment, a cross-platform window manager and toolkit
Dealing with Enlightenment portability issues in FreeBSD and elsewhere
Daniel Kolesa AW1.121 Saturday 11:45 12:30
Fuzzing (on) FreeBSD
(Mostly) automated bug discovery with security/afl
Fabian Keil AW1.121 Saturday 13:05 14:05
BSD Router Project
A brief introduction
Olivier Cochard-Labbé AW1.121 Saturday 14:15 15:00
FreeBSD/Xen status update
Current status and future development of FreeBSD/Xen
Roger Pau Monné AW1.121 Saturday 15:05 15:50
4 years of pkg(8)
A end less journey
Baptiste Daroussin AW1.121 Saturday 16:05 17:05

Configuration management devroom (10)

How to have a constructive conversation about awful infrastructure code Ryan Coleman H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 10:30 11:30
Better Devops through Thievery
Effective Practices for Infrastructure as Code
Adrien Thebo H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 11:30 12:30
Interfacing infrastructure as code with non-expert users Jonathan Clarke H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 12:30 13:20
Consul first steps
Learning Service Discovery
Marc Cluet H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 13:30 14:00
Contributing to Foreman: where and how Daniel Lobato H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 14:00 14:50
Is your community healthy? Metrics on the top CM software Donnie Berkholz H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 15:00 16:00
Orchestration of Services with Juju
How to orchestrate any machine or cloud with Juju
Marco Ceppi H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 16:00 17:00
Consuming Open Source Configuration
Infrastructure and configuration is now code, and some of it is open source. What is it like to be downstream of one of these projects?
Spencer Krum H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 17:00 18:00
The open source OpenStack project infrastructure
Fully public Puppet
Elizabeth K. Joseph H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 18:00 18:30
Monitoring As A Service James Turnbull H.1309 (Van Rijn) Saturday 18:30 19:00

Desktops devroom (15)

Opening of the Desktops DevRoom 2015 Christophe Fergeau, Pau Garcia i Quiles, Philippe Caseiro, Jerome Leclanche, Didier Roche H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 09:00 09:05
WAPT, apt-get for Windows
A package manager for Windows
Vincent Cardon H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 09:05 09:35
Lessons Learned with Time Based Releases for EFL Stefan Schmidt H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 09:35 10:05
Ubuntu on phones and beyond
How we built Ubuntu for the phone and plan to build out to all the other devices out there
Michał Sawicz H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 10:05 10:35
GCompris goes Qt Quick with the help of KDE
GCompris is an educational software for children 2 to 10
Bruno Coudoin H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 10:40 11:10
Mobile == Web
the best mobile "apps" are on the web
Stormy Peters H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 11:15 12:00
Wikimedia adopts Phabricator, deprecates seven infrastructure tools
First hand experiences from a big free software project on a complex migration
Quim Gil, Andre Klapper H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 12:05 12:50
Application Sandboxing with systemd
Containers and wayland and kdbus, oh my!
Rob Taylor H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 12:50 13:20
QtQuick in Complex Applications Andreas Cord-Landwehr H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 13:20 13:50
Desktop Software on the Web
Bringing FOSS Desktop Software to the Browser
Brad Nelson, Ben Smith H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 13:50 14:20
Application GUI Design - Notes From a Toolkit Developer Tom Hacohen H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 14:25 14:55
GNOME - creating ripples in the Linux eco-system Sri Ramkrishna H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 14:55 15:25
Reinventing the Enlightenment Object System Tom Hacohen H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 15:30 16:00
The Haxe language as a transmedia toolkit
One codebase, one app, many runtimes, millions of devices.
David "Blackmagic" Elahee H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 16:00 16:30
MicroRaptor Gui
An immediate mode UI framework on top of cairo
Øyvind Kolås H.1308 (Rolin) Sunday 16:30 17:00

Distributions devroom (22)

Welcome to the Distributions Devroom
A short introduction to the room, the schedule and the team
Andreas Thienemann H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 10:30 10:35
From Debian-GIS to OSGeo live and back Johan Van de Wauw H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 10:35 10:55
Nix, NixOS, NixOps
From Developing to Provisioning software
Nicolas B. Pierron H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 11:00 11:50
Upstream Downstream
The relationship between developer and package maintainer
Norvald H. Ryeng H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 12:00 12:55
How CoreOS is built, modified, and updated
From repo sync to Omaha.
Brian 'redbeard' Harrington H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 13:00 13:55
Are distributions really boring and a solved problem? Lucas Nussbaum H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 14:00 14:55
The Emacs of Distros
How GNU Guix Seeks to Empower Users
Ludovic Courtès H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 15:00 15:45
CentOS: Community build service and infrastructure.
Leveraging existing tools and build workflows for RPM distribution.
Thomas Oulevey H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 15:50 16:30
Homebrew - The Good, Bad and Ugly of OSX Packaging
Some of the things that Homebrew does well, badly and the special challenges that OSX packagers need to deal with.
Mike McQuaid H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 16:35 17:05
Get more people intrested in your distros users group.
Advice from someone who has tried, failed and tried again.
Philip Ballew H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 17:10 18:00
Providing an LTS distro with Gentoo Prefix
at Salomon Automation GmbH - a case study.
Michael Haubenwallner H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 18:05 18:55
See you tomorrow
Closing remarks for the first day of the Distributions Devroom
Andreas Thienemann H.1302 (Depage) Saturday 18:55 19:00
Supporting accessibility in your distribution Samuel Thibault H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 09:00 09:55
SCL for bleeding edge stacks on enterprise
Find out how to deliver bleeding edge, flexible development stacks on stable enterprise platform using Software Collections
Honza Horak H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 10:00 10:30
The Tumbleweed Factory
from an unstable development branch to a fully rolling binary distro
Stephan Kulow H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 10:35 11:25
What's new in systemd, 2015 Edition
What's new in the systemd world, and what's coming next
Lennart Poettering H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 11:30 12:25
Retooling Fedora
A Retrospective on Fedora 21 (and looking to 22)
Stephen Gallagher, Matthew Miller H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 12:30 13:20
Openstack on Fedora & CentOS Haïkel Guémar H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 13:25 13:55
Can Distros Make the Link? Let's Package the Customizable, Free Software Web of the Future! Deb Nicholson H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 14:00 14:45
CentOS (community) Infra revealed
aka the joy of running on donated machines
Fabian Arrotin H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 14:50 15:35
Live atomic updates
Installing new software without the need for packages or a reboot
Richard Maw H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 15:40 16:10
The CentOS Storage SIG and GlusterFS
Challenges, solutions and how GlusterFS is fitting in Storage SIG
Kaleb Keithley, Lalatendu Mohanty H.1302 (Depage) Sunday 16:15 17:00

Electronic design automation devroom (16)

Qucs: overview, status and roadmap Guilherme Brondani Torri AW1.124 Sunday 10:00 10:30
The NGSPICE circuit simulator
An open platform for simulation and modelling
Paolo Nenzi AW1.124 Sunday 10:35 11:05
FOSS CAD for Compact/SPICE Modeling Wladek Grabinski AW1.124 Sunday 11:10 11:25
Panel Discussion on Analog Simulation Paolo Nenzi, Guilherme Brondani Torri, Wladek Grabinski, Francesco Lannutti AW1.124 Sunday 11:30 11:55
GHDL: a libre VHDL simulator Tristan Gingold AW1.124 Sunday 12:00 12:30
Adding VHDL support to Icarus Verilog Maciej Sumiński AW1.124 Sunday 12:35 12:50
High-Level Open/Free FPGA development tools from OHR.
From production grade HDL synthesis/simulation automation to graphical DSP and beyond
Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras AW1.124 Sunday 12:55 13:10
Synthesizing gateware with GCC
Bambu: A Free Framework for the
 High-Level Synthesis of Complex Applications
Fabrizio Ferrandi AW1.124 Sunday 13:15 13:30
Panel Discussion on Digital Design Tristan Gingold, Fabrizio Ferrandi, Maciej Sumiński, Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras, Tomasz Wlostowski AW1.124 Sunday 13:35 14:00
An introduction to the gEDA / PCB project Peter Clifton AW1.124 Sunday 14:05 14:35
Where we've been, where we are, and where we hope to go.
Wayne Stambaugh AW1.124 Sunday 14:40 15:10
A browser extension to quickly add electronic components to shopping carts
Kaspar Emanuel AW1.124 Sunday 15:15 15:30
Interactive routing algorithms in modern PCB design tools Tomasz Wlostowski AW1.124 Sunday 15:35 15:50
3D modelling, CAD, and its relevance to PCB design Peter Clifton AW1.124 Sunday 15:55 16:10
edacore: Less work for everybody
Crowdsourced parameterized parts library
Peter Stuge AW1.124 Sunday 16:15 16:30
Panel discussion on PCB design tools Peter Stuge, Kaspar Emanuel, Wayne Stambaugh, Peter Clifton, Tomasz Wlostowski AW1.124 Sunday 16:35 17:00

Embedded devroom (21)

Upstream Allwinner ARM SoC (A10 / sunxi) support status Hans de Goede UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 10:30 10:55
FreeRTOS introduction Atilla Filiz UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 11:00 11:25
Xvisor: An open-source, lightweight, embedded hypervisor for your car Jimmy Durand Wesolowski UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 11:30 11:55
Teaching Fish to Fly
Embedded platforms take to the air.
John 'Warthog9' Hawley UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 12:00 12:45
Recycle your Android devices for anything : run real Linux on them
Routing around the breakage of closed binary blobs
David Greaves UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 13:00 13:45
How to program your camera!
An introduction to CHDK
Steven Goodwin UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 14:00 14:45
Embedded freedom roundtable UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 15:00 15:45
perf status on ARM and ARM64 Jean Pihet UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 16:00 16:25
Building a medical monitoring connected device with Yocto
Professional OS with yocto
Adrien Renault UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 16:30 16:55
Using LAVA for bisecting bugs
The Linaro Automated Validation Architecture
Riku Voipio UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 17:00 17:45
How to record all TV
Creating a 30 channel DVR
Philip Downer UB2.252A (Lameere) Saturday 18:00 18:45
Adding advance Connectivity and Security to an embedded project
Tizen-meta as a security and Connectivity layers for Yocto
Dominig ar Foll UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 10:00 10:45
Small Device C Compiler
An optimizing standard C compiler for 8-bit architectures
Philipp Klaus Krause UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 11:00 11:25
Update on QtCreator for µC
On the way to the best C/C++ embedded IDE.
Tim Sander UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 11:30 11:55
Backporting Linux mainline drivers Hauke Mehrtens UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 12:00 12:25
Multi User support in an embedded secured environment
Pratical return of experience from Tizen 3 in Automotive
Kévin Thierry UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 12:30 12:55
Internet all the things - using curl in your device
everyone uses curl - how did this happen and how do you use it?
Daniel Stenberg UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 13:00 13:25
Porting Tizen to open source hardware devices
DIY open source hardware devices with open source software
Phil Coval (rzr) UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 13:30 13:55
Reached milestones and ongoing development on Replicant Paul Kocialkowski UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 14:00 14:45
Starting with the Yocto Project Alexandre Belloni UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 15:00 15:45
the bitbox console
making of a small, open & DIY ARM game machine
Xavier Moulet UB2.252A (Lameere) Sunday 16:00 16:45

Geospatial devroom (22)

Intro geospatial devroom Johan Van de Wauw AW1.121 Sunday 09:00 09:05
Use of OSS in the Lifewatch biodiversity research project Julien Radoux AW1.121 Sunday 09:05 09:15
QGIS Tool for Landslide Hazard Assessment Darya Golovko AW1.121 Sunday 09:15 09:25
Opensource Desktop GIS at Regional and Local goverments in Flanders
Integrating Govermental webservices into QGIS
Kay Warrie AW1.121 Sunday 09:25 09:35
Bridging the gap between simulation and GIS Hugo Mercier, Vincent Mora AW1.121 Sunday 09:40 10:05
GRASS GIS 7: Efficiently processing big geospatial data Markus Neteler AW1.121 Sunday 10:10 10:30
GRASS Development APIs
Lifting the fog on the different ways to develop for GRASS
Moritz Lennert AW1.121 Sunday 10:30 10:45
Open Standards for Big Geo Data Peter Baumann AW1.121 Sunday 10:50 11:15
Scotty, I need a data in three minutes! (Or we're all dead!!)
Just the right data at just the right time
Andrew Ross AW1.121 Sunday 11:20 11:45
Distributed tile processing with GeoTrellis and Spark Rob Emanuele AW1.121 Sunday 11:50 12:15
GeoTrellis and the GeoTiff File Format Johan Stenberg AW1.121 Sunday 12:15 12:25
Habitat - a programmable personal geospatial datatore Richard Pope AW1.121 Sunday 12:30 12:40
spatial backend as a service !
Mathieu Leplatre AW1.121 Sunday 12:45 13:10
Taking Web GIS beyond Google Maps with the Geomajas Client and Spatial Application Server
Mapping stuff with Java, GWT and Javascript
Frank Maes, Jan De Moerloose AW1.121 Sunday 13:15 13:40
Mobile Map Technology
Developing Mobile Multiplatform 3d maps
Manuel de la Calle Alonso AW1.121 Sunday 13:45 14:10
Potree - Rendering Large Point Clouds in Web Browsers Markus Schütz AW1.121 Sunday 14:15 14:25
OpenLayers 3: A unique web-mapping library Éric Lemoine AW1.121 Sunday 14:30 14:55
Ol3-Cesium : 3D for OpenLayers map
An exciting library for automatically bringing 3D to your map
Guillaume Beraudo AW1.121 Sunday 14:55 15:10
Overpass API
A service to query OpenStreetMap data
Roland Olbricht AW1.121 Sunday 15:15 15:40
Tempus: a framework for multimodal trip planning Hugo Mercier AW1.121 Sunday 15:45 16:10
Douglas-Peucker updated
or do you want to reduce your data
Stephane Winnepenninckx AW1.121 Sunday 16:15 16:40
PicoTCP on Mobile Ad Hoc networks Brecht Van Cauwenberghe AW1.121 Sunday 16:45 16:55

Go devroom (9)

Go at CoreOS
This session will discuss using Go to build products that make distributed computing as stress-free as installing a Linux distribution.
Jonathan Boulle K.3.401 Sunday 09:05 09:50
Finding Bad Needles in Worldwide Haystacks
Experience of using Go for a large-scale web security scanner
Dmitry Savintsev K.3.401 Sunday 09:50 10:35
Moving MongoDB components to Go
We love Go and this train is unstoppable!
Norberto Leite K.3.401 Sunday 10:35 11:20
Towards an Open-Source Spanner
Tobias Schottdorf K.3.401 Sunday 11:30 12:15
HTTP/2 for Go
Overview of HTTP/2 and the design of Go's support for it
Brad Fitzpatrick K.3.401 Sunday 12:15 13:00
Go and the modern enterprise Peter Bourgon K.3.401 Sunday 13:00 13:45
bleve - text indexing for Go Marty Schoch K.3.401 Sunday 14:00 14:45
The State of Go Andrew Gerrand K.3.401 Sunday 14:45 15:30
Go Lightning Talks
The Go community on Go
Andrew Gerrand K.3.401 Sunday 15:30 17:00

Graph processing devroom (11)

Welcome to the GraphDevroom
A short introduction an overview to this years graph devroom
Achim Friedland, Pere Urbon-Bayes AW1.125 Saturday 10:30 10:45
Large-scale graph processing with Apache Flink Vasia Kalavri AW1.125 Saturday 10:45 11:30
a graph web publication platform with storytelling features
Paul Girard AW1.125 Saturday 11:30 12:30
Time flows on Graph
Managing event sequences and time series with a Document-Graph Database
Emanuele Tagliaferri, Enrico Risa AW1.125 Saturday 12:30 13:30
sigma.js, two years later
A presentation of the latest version of sigma.js
Alexis Jacomy AW1.125 Saturday 13:30 14:00
Using Neo4j as a Document Database
With Structr 1.1, Neo4j can be used as a Document Database
Axel Morgner AW1.125 Saturday 14:45 15:30
Analysing London's NoSQL meetups using R & Graphs Mark Needham AW1.125 Saturday 15:30 16:00
Big Graph Analytics on Neo4j with Apache Spark
A Docker Image for Graph Analytics on Neo4j with Apache Spark GraphX
Kenny Bastani AW1.125 Saturday 16:00 17:00
Recommendation Engines with Graph Databases
Building a high-performance recommendation engine using open-source software (Neo4j & GraphAware Framework)
Michal Bachman AW1.125 Saturday 17:00 17:30
Tesseract: Distributed Graph Database and Computation platform
Unlocking the connected nature of the world
Courtney Robinson (zcourts) AW1.125 Saturday 17:30 18:00
Graphgen - Graph prototyping made easy Christophe Willemsen AW1.125 Saturday 18:00 18:25

Graphics devroom (12)

EFL - A UI Toolkit Designed for the Embedded World Cedric Bail K.4.601 Saturday 12:00 12:50
X11 on the Web
Using Native Client to run X11 applications in the Browser
Brad Nelson K.4.601 Saturday 13:00 13:50
Testing Video4Linux Applications and Drivers Hans Verkuil K.4.601 Saturday 14:00 14:50
Video Capture and Colorspaces Hans Verkuil K.4.601 Saturday 15:00 15:50
Sync points in the Intel gfx driver
Why and how we're adding a sync API to the Intel gfx driver
Jesse Barnes K.4.601 Saturday 16:00 16:50
How to test OpenGL drivers using Free Software Samuel Iglesias K.4.601 Saturday 17:00 17:50
Wine Development Updates, Performance and the D3D9 State Tracker Stefan Dösinger K.4.601 Sunday 11:00 11:50
Atomic Mode-Setting
What it is and how to convert your driver
Thierry Reding K.4.601 Sunday 12:00 12:50
Native D3D9 on Mesa
Gallium Nine : the status
Axel Davy K.4.601 Sunday 13:00 13:50
Supporting Nouveau on the Tegra K1 System-on-chip
How NVIDIA became a Nouveau contributor
Alexandre Courbot K.4.601 Sunday 14:00 14:50
Replacing Xorg input-drivers with libinput Hans de Goede K.4.601 Sunday 15:00 15:50
The Tamil Driver
Early hacking on the Mali T-series GPUs.
Luc Verhaegen K.4.601 Sunday 16:00 16:50

Infrastructure as a service devroom (14)

Moving your Virtual Machines to oVirt with ease
Overview of the process of import VMs from different environments into oVirt in light of the upcoming integration with virt-v2v
Arik Hadas UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 10:40 11:00
Build Distributed, Fault-Tolerant Infrastructure with Apache Mesos Dave Lester UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 11:00 11:40
GlusterFS - Overview & Future Directions Niels de Vos UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 11:40 12:20
oVirt and Gluster Hyperconvergence Federico Simoncelli UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 12:20 13:00
Leveraging Ceph
Ceph integration in OpenStack, Cloudstack, ganeti ..
Loic Dachary, Sage Weil UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 13:00 13:40
OpenNebula Deployments, from Small to Massive
Leveraging other open source projects to build clouds
Jaime Melis UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 13:40 14:20
Cinder - the state of block storage in Openstack
Where we've been, where we are, where we're going and where you can help
Duncan Thomas UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 14:20 15:00
OpenStack and Xen
Deploy your OpenStack cloud on the Xen hypervisor
Stefano Stabellini UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 15:00 15:40
Smart VM scheduling in oVirt cluster
Deep dive to scheduling service based on probabilistic methods
Roy Golan UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 15:40 16:20
What you can do with open source cloud management (and ManageIQ)
Control all of the things
John Mark Walker UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 16:20 17:00
Why we tried (and ignored) famous IaaS to deliver SecurePass
A walk through our journey through IaaS such as VMware, OpenStack and Ganeti and why we chose our own solution
Giuseppe Paternò UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 17:00 17:20
Designate - DNS as a Service for Openstack
Multitenant DNS Service for your cloud
Graham Hayes UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 17:20 17:40
IaaS Beyond the Infrastructure Flavio Percoco UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 17:40 18:00
IaaS Devroom Panel
Discussing What We've Learned
Thierry Carrez, Itamar Heim, jzb, Lars Kurth, Dave Lester, Luca Gibelli UD2.120 (Chavanne) Saturday 18:00 19:00

Internet of things devroom (14)

Welcome to the IoT Devroom
Welcome to participants and explanation of the day
Pieter Hintjens H.2213 Sunday 09:45 09:55
Orchestrating computer systems, a new protocol
Introducing ZOCP an orchestration protocol for live performances, rapid prototyping and the IoT
Arnaud Loonstra H.2213 Sunday 10:00 10:25
Creating an IoT device with ease.
With Tizen you are almost there !
Stéphane Desneux H.2213 Sunday 10:30 10:55
IoT through Matrix is a new open standard for distributed, real-time communication
Matthew Hodgson H.2213 Sunday 11:00 11:25
Using GSM network for IoT - CANCELLED
AT commands are not dead
Stepan Bechynsky H.2213 Sunday 11:30 11:55
Working with I/O using libmraa on Linux Brendan Le Foll H.2213 Sunday 12:00 12:25
Patchwork Toolkit
Lightweight Platform for the Network of Things
Alexandr Krylovskiy H.2213 Sunday 12:30 12:55
picoTCP for Linux Kernel tinification
Replacing the kernel's stack with picoTCP
Maxime Vincent H.2213 Sunday 13:00 13:25
What's new inside the Linux IEEE 802.15.4 subsystem? Alexander Aring H.2213 Sunday 13:30 13:55
Put an "Actor Model" in your House Fabrizio Manfredi H.2213 Sunday 14:00 14:25
MCUIO/LININOIO - Virtualizing MCU peripherals Aurelio Colosimo, Davide Ciminaghi H.2213 Sunday 14:30 14:55
XMPP-IoT an open solution for things
A demo and talk around using XMPP to create open scalable and secure IoT systems between peers in different domains
Joachim Lindborg H.2213 Sunday 15:00 15:25
Manage all the things, small and big, with open source LwM2M implementations Benjamin Cabé H.2213 Sunday 15:30 15:55
Open space H.2213 Sunday 16:00 17:00

Java devroom (25)

The State of OpenJDK Mark Reinhold K.4.201 Saturday 10:30 10:55
Java 9: Make Way for Modules! Mark Reinhold K.4.201 Saturday 11:00 11:25
Programming the Linux Framebuffer in Java. #essentialtools and #allthethings #rgb
Chris Friedt K.4.201 Saturday 11:30 11:55
Diagnosing Performance Issues Using Thermostat Mario Torre, Severin Gehwolf K.4.201 Saturday 12:00 12:25
Building an open Internet of Things with Java and Eclipse IoT Benjamin Cabé K.4.201 Saturday 12:30 12:55
Caciocavallo, or how we ported OpenJDK from embedded to cloud and still liked it Mario Torre, Roman Kennke K.4.201 Saturday 13:00 13:25
Packed Objects, Object Layout & Value Types - a Survey Volker Simonis K.4.201 Saturday 13:30 13:55
Jitsi Videobridge in Cryptoland: the adventures of a Java WebRTC video router on the road to supporting 1000s of video streams Lyubomir Marinov K.4.201 Saturday 14:00 14:25
The ARM microJIT, a JIT for the IoT Edward Nevill K.4.201 Saturday 14:30 15:20
What Lies Beneath?: Lessons learned hacking the OpenJDK interpreter/compilers Andrew Haley, Roman Kennke, Andrew Dinn, Christine H Flood K.4.201 Saturday 15:30 16:20
JFree - The Long and Winding Road (Ahead) David Gilbert K.4.201 Saturday 16:30 16:55
Java restart with WebFX Nikita Lipsky K.4.201 Saturday 17:00 17:50
Open Heart Surgery: HotSpot Debugging at the OS Level Volker Simonis K.4.201 Saturday 18:00 19:00
Cache2k, Java caching turbo charged Jens Wilke K.4.201 Sunday 09:30 09:55
Sustaining the zero assembler port in OpenJDK: An inside perspective of CPU specific issues Severin Gehwolf K.4.201 Sunday 10:00 10:25
IcedTea-Web goes offline and beyond Jiri Vanek K.4.201 Sunday 10:30 10:55
Life in the trenches Andrew Haley K.4.201 Sunday 11:00 11:50
Literal Programming for Method Handles
Charles Nutter K.4.201 Sunday 12:00 12:25
Shenandoah - Project overview Roman Kennke, Christine H Flood K.4.201 Sunday 12:30 13:20
What Three Big Development Trends Mean for Java Steve O’Grady K.4.201 Sunday 13:30 13:55
Beyond Java 9 Mark Reinhold K.4.201 Sunday 14:00 14:25
JCP State of the Union & Progress Report Heather VanCura K.4.201 Sunday 14:30 14:55
The Wisdom Of Crowd Testing OpenJDK Dalibor Topić, Rory O’Donnell K.4.201 Sunday 15:00 15:25
OpenJDK Adoption Group Q&A Mario Torre, Martijn Verburg, Dalibor Topić, Daniel Bryant, Mani Sarkar K.4.201 Sunday 15:30 15:55
Meet the Governing Board Mark Reinhold, Andrew Haley, Georges Saab K.4.201 Sunday 16:00 17:00

LLVM toolchain devroom (9)

Porting LLDB to a new Target Hafiz Abid Qadeer K.4.401 Sunday 10:00 10:30
LLVM's AArch64 support - history & status. Kristof Beyls K.4.401 Sunday 10:40 11:20
Extending the internal assembler
How to add a new CPU feature
Kai Nacke K.4.401 Sunday 11:25 11:55
moviCompile: An LLVM based compiler for heterogeneous SIMD code generation Erkan Diken K.4.401 Sunday 12:00 12:30
The C2 programming language
Using Clang not like it's supposed to be used.
Bas van den Berg K.4.401 Sunday 12:40 13:10
OpenMandriva's switch to clang as its default compiler
OpenMandriva's experiences with switching the default compiler to clang
Bernhard Rosenkränzer K.4.401 Sunday 13:20 14:20
Adventures with LLVM in a magical land where pointers are not integers David Chisnall K.4.401 Sunday 14:30 14:50
Code clone detection in LLVM compiler infrastructure
LLVM: built-in scalable code clone detection based on semantic analysis
Sevak Sargsyan K.4.401 Sunday 15:20 15:40
LLVM on the Web
Using Portable Native Client to run Clang/LLVM in the Browser
Brad Nelson K.4.401 Sunday 15:50 16:50

Legal and policy issues devroom (13)

Welcome to the Legal and Policy Issues Devroom Tom Marble, Bradley M. Kuhn, Karen Sandler, Richard Fontana H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 11:00 11:05
Open Source by Design Julio Avalos H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 11:05 11:45
Copyleft licenses and the appstores Jean-Baptiste Kempf H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 11:45 12:10
SPDX: Debunking the myths and misunderstandings Jilayne Lovejoy H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 12:15 12:40
Crypto Wars 2.0 and the Free Software Response Aaron Williamson H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 12:45 13:25
Mozilla ID - Developing and protecting a living brand Anthonia Ghalamkarizadeh H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 13:30 13:55
Fog of War - The GNOME Trademark Battle Pamela Chestek, Sri Ramkrishna H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 14:00 14:50
Why Samba moved to GPLv3
Why we moved, what we gained, what we lost.
Jeremy Allison H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 15:00 15:40
Copyleft in Europe: How does copyleft interact with Exhaustion Of Rights
To what extent can a copyright owner control copyleft code once it's placed in circulation in the EEA?
Amanda Brock, Andrew Katz H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 15:45 16:10
Towards legal criteria for best practices in free software/open source development Richard Fontana H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 16:15 16:55
Software Patent Litigation Data: What Have We Learned? Deb Nicholson H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 17:00 17:25
Fork and Ignore: Fighting a GPL Violation By Coding Instead
The Story of Kallithea
Bradley M. Kuhn H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 17:30 18:20
Discrimination & Reciprocity
Termination Clauses in FOSS and FRAND Licenses
Eli Greenbaum H.1308 (Rolin) Saturday 18:25 19:00

Lisp devroom (8)

Common Lisp-Style Macroexpansion applied to C
A Code Generator from Lisp-Syntax to C-Syntax
Kai Selgrad H.2214 Saturday 10:30 11:15
Wikipedia Text Reflector
Entity Linking in clojure for fun
Hagen Tönnies H.2214 Saturday 11:20 11:50
Emacs Lisp (Elisp) small and useful programs Emanuel Berg H.2214 Saturday 12:00 13:00
LFE - a Lisp on the Erlang VM Robert Virding H.2214 Saturday 13:10 14:00
a translated Lisp dialect inside GCC for customizing the compiler
Basile Starynkevitch H.2214 Saturday 14:10 15:10
Puppet Plus Parentheses Kevin Corcoran H.2214 Saturday 15:20 15:50
Emacs and Elisp on the Chromebook Pete Williamson H.2214 Saturday 16:00 17:00
Escaping DSL Hell By Having Parenthesis All The Way Down Tom Hall H.2214 Saturday 17:10 17:50

Microkernels devroom (11)

Introduction Vasily A. Sartakov K.3.201 Sunday 09:00 09:10
seL4: Present and Future Gernot Heiser K.3.201 Sunday 09:10 10:00
A dedicated kernel named TORO Matias Vara K.3.201 Sunday 10:00 11:00
The FLK project
Security by the language, no MMU, no processes
José Bollo K.3.201 Sunday 11:00 11:30
Along the GNU Hurd RPC way
A starting guide to contributing to the GNU Hurd
Samuel Thibault K.3.201 Sunday 11:30 12:30
Networking (lunch) K.3.201 Sunday 12:30 13:00
Autopsy of a multiserver deadlock in the HelenOS filesystem layer Jakub Jermář K.3.201 Sunday 13:00 13:45
Facing the Reality: What's new in the L4Re Operating System Adam Lackorzynski K.3.201 Sunday 13:45 14:30
What Could Microkernels Learn from Monolithic Kernels (and Vice Versa) Martin Děcký K.3.201 Sunday 14:30 15:20
Introducing a radically componentized GUI architecture Norman Feske K.3.201 Sunday 15:30 16:15
Cloud services on top of uKernel Vasily A. Sartakov K.3.201 Sunday 16:15 16:35

Mozilla devroom (15)

HTTP/2 right now
How we got here, some basics, what Mozilla does and what's next!
Daniel Stenberg UD2.218A Sunday 09:00 09:25
Firefox OS web API's
New cool web apis and their impact
Loïc Cuguen UD2.218A Sunday 09:30 09:55
Using Firefox to debug web apps on any device
Introducing the Firefox Developer Tools Adapter
Panagiotis Astithas UD2.218A Sunday 10:00 10:25
Keeping secrets with JavaScript
An Introduction to the WebCrypto API
Tim Taubert UD2.218A Sunday 10:30 10:55
What's new in Firefox? Florian Quèze UD2.218A Sunday 11:00 11:25
Participation metrics at Mozilla
A story of systems and data
Pierros Papadeas UD2.218A Sunday 11:30 11:55
Maintaining & growing a technical community
Mozilla Developer Network
Ali Spivak UD2.218A Sunday 12:00 12:25
Reaching more users through better accessibility
Using Firefox OS to test your apps for better accessibility and usability of your mobile web application
Marco Zehe UD2.218A Sunday 12:30 12:55
Privacy features for Firefox for Android
Supporting privacy on the mobile web with built-in features and add-ons
Margaret Leibovic UD2.218A Sunday 13:00 13:25
SpiderMonkey garbage collection update Jon Coppeard UD2.218A Sunday 13:30 13:55
Superturbocharging Firefox OS app development with node-firefox Soledad Penadés UD2.218A Sunday 14:00 14:25
The Future of JavaScript
EcmaScript 6 and even more
Benjamin Bouvier, Hannes Verschore UD2.218A Sunday 14:30 15:20
Servo (the parallel web browser) and YOU!
A beginner's guide to contributing to Servo
Josh Matthews UD2.218A Sunday 15:30 15:55
Firefox OS Tricorder
Reading device sensor data in JavaScript
Robert Kaiser UD2.218A Sunday 16:00 16:25
Building open HTML5 games for Firefox OS
HTML5 Game Development for the Firefox OS Mobile Platform
Andrzej Mazur UD2.218A Sunday 16:30 16:55

MySQL and friends devroom (19)

Welcome to MySQL & Friends Devroom Frédéric Descamps UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 09:00 09:15
ProxySQL : High Availability and High Performance Proxy for MySQL René Cannaò UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 09:15 09:35
Web mapping with MySQL
An introduction to MySQL GIS
Norvald H. Ryeng UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 09:40 10:00
Using MySQL Global Transaction IDs in Production Stephane Combaudon UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 10:05 10:25
Pseudo GTID and easy replication management Shlomi Noach UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 10:30 10:50
Zooming in on the New MySQL Group Replication Plugin Luis Soares UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 10:55 11:15
Docker and MySQL
Fun and bad practice
Erkan Yanar UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 11:20 11:40
Understanding & using authentication plugins Colin Charles UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 11:45 12:05
Moving to the NoSQL side: MySQL JSON functions Sveta Smirnova UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 12:10 12:30
Undelete rows from the binary log
a hacking session
Frédéric Descamps UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 12:35 12:55
Multi-threaded replication in MySQL 5.6 and 5.7 Stephane Combaudon UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 13:00 13:20
The New MySQL Replication Features in MySQL 5.7 and Beyond Luis Soares UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 13:25 13:45
Materialized Views for MySQL
Using Flexviews for MySQL
Justin Swanhart UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 13:50 14:10
Character encoding: breaking and unbreaking your data Maciej Dobrzanski UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 14:15 14:35
gdb tips and tricks for MySQL DBAs
How gdb can help you to solve MySQL problems
Valerii Kravchuk UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 14:40 15:00
Visualizing benchmark data with R and gpplot2 Peter Boros UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 15:05 15:25
Capacity metrics in daily MySQL checks Vlad Fedorkov UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 15:30 15:50
Performance Schema for MySQL Troubleshooting Sveta Smirnova UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 15:55 16:15
MySQL & NoSQL - best of both worlds Andrew Morgan UA2.114 (Baudoux) Sunday 16:20 16:40

Network management and SDN devroom (16)

Connection tracking and stateful services with Open vSwitch Thomas Graf UD2.218A Saturday 11:00 11:30
SDN for Massively Scalable Clouds
Combining OpenStack and OpenContrail
Martin Loschwitz UD2.218A Saturday 11:30 12:00
Midonet 101! Face to face with the distributed SDN solution Antonio Sagliocco, Alex Bikfalvi UD2.218A Saturday 12:00 12:30
OpenLISP: Open source Locator/ID Separation Protocol implementation Luigi Iannone UD2.218A Saturday 12:30 13:00
High-performance packet filtering with Pflua Andy Wingo UD2.218A Saturday 13:00 13:30
DPDK performance
How to not just do a demo with DPDK
Stephen Hemminger UD2.218A Saturday 13:30 14:00
Use DPDK and the Linux Kernel
Open and High Performance Network Function Virtualization Infrastructure (NFVI)
Vincent Jardin UD2.218A Saturday 14:00 14:30
Project Calico: A pure Layer 3 approach to virtual networking. Cory Benfield UD2.218A Saturday 14:30 15:00
HAKA : A security oriented language Jérémy Rosen UD2.218A Saturday 15:00 15:30
VXVDE: almost zero configuration virtual networking Renzo Davoli UD2.218A Saturday 15:30 16:00
[pyroute2] On the peaceful uses of the Netlink protocol Peter V. Saveliev UD2.218A Saturday 16:00 16:30
CANCELLED - hardware switches - the opensource approach Jiří Pírko UD2.218A Saturday 16:30 17:00
Knot DNS
independent high-performance DNS server
Jan Včelák UD2.218A Saturday 17:00 17:30
Managing Networks in a Software-Defined Future
How OpenNMS is coping, and: is SNMP finally dead?
Jeff Gehlbach, Markus Neumann UD2.218A Saturday 17:30 18:00
networkd status update Tom Gundersen UD2.218A Saturday 18:00 18:30
NetworkManager v1.0 status update
What happened. Where are we. What comes next for NetworkManager
Thomas Haller UD2.218A Saturday 18:30 19:00

Open Document editors devroom (21)

Optimizing the Libre Office Main Loop
Munich students get their hands on Libre Office
Tobias Madl K.3.201 Saturday 11:00 11:20
C++11 and LibreOffice
The future has arrived (it was about time)
Michael Stahl K.3.201 Saturday 11:20 11:40
OpenGL backend for LibreOffice
Rendering everything through OpenGL
Markus Mohrhard K.3.201 Saturday 11:40 12:00
OpenGLCanvas in Libreoffice Michael Jaumann K.3.201 Saturday 12:00 12:20
LibreOffice IDE integration Bjoern Michaelsen K.3.201 Saturday 12:20 12:40
PDF signing in LibreOffice: no longer experimental Tor Lillqvist K.3.201 Saturday 12:40 13:00
CI for LibreOffice
Jenkins-Gerrit Integration and other woes
Norbert Thiebaud K.3.201 Saturday 13:10 13:30
New features in Gerrit Code Review 2.11
Support for browser based Gerrit workflow
David Ostrovsky K.3.201 Saturday 13:30 13:50
TextBoxes: complex shapes with complex content in LibreOffice Writer Miklos Vajna K.3.201 Saturday 13:50 14:10
LibreOffice Calc dependency & performance work
how we made things faster & better
Michael Meeks K.3.201 Saturday 14:10 14:30
OpenOffice reaches out: the technical angle Jan Iversen, Andrea Pescetti K.3.201 Saturday 14:30 14:50
Improving LibreOffice quality
Coverity and crash testing
Markus Mohrhard K.3.201 Saturday 15:00 15:20
Torturing your software with 124 ODF file formats
Bringing gleeful sadism back to software development and base your opinions on facts
Jos van den Oever K.3.201 Saturday 15:20 15:40
LibreOffice Design/UX Easy Hacks
How you can get involved
Jan Holesovsky K.3.201 Saturday 15:40 16:00
Document Liberation Project
Tools and framework for achieving preservation of digital content
Fridrich Strba K.3.201 Saturday 16:00 16:20
LibreOffice and ODF Andras Timar K.3.201 Saturday 16:20 16:40
Corinthia a new idea for document handling
editing on mobile devices or using multiple document formats?
Jan Iversen K.3.201 Saturday 16:40 17:00
LibreOffice on Android Miklos Vajna K.3.201 Saturday 17:00 17:20
A vision about a LibreOffice document manager for Android Jacobo Aragunde Pérez K.3.201 Saturday 17:20 17:40
Adapting Apache OpenOffice for adoption in a public administration: configuration, Sharepoint webdav integration and an extension to help users exchange ODF files Maurizio Berti, Giovanni Grazia K.3.201 Saturday 17:40 18:00
Lightning talk slot
Demo your cool hack in 5 minutes!
Thorsten Behrens K.3.201 Saturday 18:00 18:20

Open media devroom (16)

How to make professional media users care about FOSS Kieran Kunhya H.2213 Saturday 10:30 10:55
ODR-mmbTools Digital Radio Development
Digital Radio tools. Latest News on the Software Side of Things
Matthias P. Brändli H.2213 Saturday 11:00 11:25
Open source tools for new subtitle standards Andreas Tai H.2213 Saturday 11:30 11:55
Automatic Multicast Tunneling & Upipe: a Proof of Concept
Multicast inside a web browser
Christophe Massiot H.2213 Saturday 12:00 12:25
Why open source lets a broadcaster sleep at night
Open source project within a TV Broadcast Workflow
Emmanuel Aldeguer H.2213 Saturday 12:30 12:55
Daala Video Codec
Research Update
Nathan Egge H.2213 Saturday 13:00 13:25
Producing media content for the browsers using GPAC
Latest developments for media web distribution
Romain Bouqueau, Cyril Concolato H.2213 Saturday 13:30 13:55
GStreamer in the living room and in outer space Tim-Philipp Müller H.2213 Saturday 14:00 14:25
Vimeo and the open source community Vittorio Giovara H.2213 Saturday 14:30 14:55
VLC 2.2.0
Videolan VLC
Jean-Baptiste Kempf H.2213 Saturday 15:00 15:25
Web Video Players Architecture & Open Source Community
In depth with Video.js, JwPlayer, and Kaltura Player
Michael Dale, Itay Kinnrot, Steve Heffernan, Pablo Schklowsky H.2213 Saturday 15:30 16:10
Kodi mediacenter (XBMC) past, present and future.
A brief history on the trials of an open-source media centre
Martijn Kaijser, Ejal de Klerk H.2213 Saturday 16:15 16:40
Enabling video preservation through open source Dave Rice H.2213 Saturday 16:45 17:10
Harnessing FOSS in an End to End Online Video Platform
Learn how the Kaltura platform builds and optimizes use of many open source components to build amazing online video experiences
Jess Portnoy, Zohar Babin H.2213 Saturday 17:15 17:40
Peer5 content delivery network and how it uses WebRTC and FOSS Hadar Weiss H.2213 Saturday 17:40 18:05
Wrapup, conclusion of Open Media Devroom Kieran Kunhya, Michael Dale, Mathias Coinchon, Frans H.2213 Saturday 18:15 18:30

Open source design devroom (11)

Opening Roy Scholten AW1.126 Sunday 09:00 09:30
Building the Open Source Design community Jan-Christoph Borchardt AW1.126 Sunday 09:30 10:00
The Problem of Representativity
Challenges of User Centred Work in FLOSS Projects
Björn Balazs AW1.126 Sunday 10:15 10:45
User-land and developer-land chat Christopher Webber AW1.126 Sunday 11:00 11:30
Accessible Design in Open Source Christophe Strobbe AW1.126 Sunday 11:45 12:15
Bootstrapping user experience design work in your open source project Roy Scholten AW1.126 Sunday 12:30 13:00
UI design for open data Hollie Lubbock AW1.126 Sunday 13:15 13:45
The challenges of open mobile design
productivity vs content consumption & vision vs design by commitee
Michael Demetriou AW1.126 Sunday 14:00 14:30
LibreOffice Design Team
What do we do, and how you can get involved
Jan Holesovsky AW1.126 Sunday 14:45 15:15
Every pixel hurts
A quest for open UX design
Pablo Cúbico AW1.126 Sunday 15:30 16:00
Closing Bernard Tyers AW1.126 Sunday 16:15 16:45

Open source search devroom (12)

Welcoming Remarks
Open Source Search Dev Room
Leslie Hawthorn UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 10:30 10:35
Sphinx Search technical highlights Vlad Fedorkov UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 10:35 11:20
Effective spelling correction with term relation graphs using Lucene FSTs Anna Ohanyan UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 11:25 12:10
Apache Solr as a compressed, scalable and high performance time series database Florian Lautenschlager UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 12:15 13:00
Elasticsearch from the Bottom Up Alex Brasetvik UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 13:05 13:50
Apache Lucene 5
New Features and Improvements for Apache Solr and Elasticsearch
Uwe Schindler UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 14:00 14:45
Searching over streams with Luwak and Apache Samza Alan Woodward UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 14:50 15:35
EBISearch - Biological data search engine Nicola Buso UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 15:45 16:15
The Typed Index Christoph Goller UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 16:30 17:15
Querying your datagrid with Lucene, Hadoop and Spark Gustavo Fernandes UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 17:20 18:05
ELK, making sense of your data (not just for logs!) Pere Urbon-Bayes UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 18:05 18:50
Closing Remarks
Open Source Search Dev Room
Leslie Hawthorn UA2.114 (Baudoux) Saturday 18:50 19:00

PHP and friends devroom (8)

New Wave PHP Lorna Mitchell H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 09:00 09:50
PHP package design Matthias Noback H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 10:00 10:50
Profiling PHP applications Bastian Hofmann H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 11:00 11:50
Beyond PHP - it's not (just) about the code Wim Godden H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 12:00 12:50
The State of PHPUnit Sebastian Bergmann H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 13:00 13:50
PHP 7 Sara Golemon H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 14:00 14:50
Dependency Management with Composer: PHP Reinvented Nils Adermann H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 15:00 15:50
(Re)discovering SPL Joshua Thijssen H.1301 (Cornil) Sunday 16:00 16:50

Perl devroom (12)

Welcome to the Perl devroom!
And oh man, this year is special!
Claudio Ramirez, Wendy G.A. van Dijk K.3.401 Saturday 10:30 10:35
CPAN is amazing, MetaCPAN is amazing, and APIs are great Mickey Nasriachi K.3.401 Saturday 10:35 10:55
Leapfrogging the bootstrap
Bringing whole module ecosystems to Perl 6.
Stefan 'nine' Seifert K.3.401 Saturday 10:55 11:35
How (not) to create a language specification for Perl 6
Lessons learned
Patrick 'pmichaud' Michaud K.3.401 Saturday 11:35 12:25
Binding C libraries
A journey
Tobias 'FROGGS' Leich K.3.401 Saturday 12:25 13:15
Dancer Status Sawyer X K.3.401 Saturday 13:15 13:55
Perl 6
A Dynamic Language for Mere Mortals
Curtis 'Ovid' Poe K.3.401 Saturday 13:55 14:45
Perl 5.22
The Shape of Things to Come
Ricardo Signes K.3.401 Saturday 14:45 15:35
"Fast enough” Perl 6
How I learned to stop worrying and love games
Tadeusz 'tadzik' Sosnierz K.3.401 Saturday 15:35 16:25
Perl's Syntactic Legacy
Using the future to improve the past
Stevan Little K.3.401 Saturday 16:25 17:15
Devops Logique Matt 'mst' Trout K.3.401 Saturday 17:15 18:05
Perl 6: beyond dynamic vs. static Jonathan 'jnthn' Worthington K.3.401 Saturday 18:05 19:00

PostgreSQL devroom (6)

You'd better have tested backups... Dimitri Fontaine AW1.126 Saturday 11:00 11:50
New WAL record format in PostgreSQL 9.5 Heikki Linnakangas AW1.126 Saturday 12:00 12:50
JSON and PostgreSQL, the State of the Art Christophe Pettus AW1.126 Saturday 13:00 13:50
Foreign Data Wrappers in PostgreSQL : Where are we now ? Ronan Dunklau AW1.126 Saturday 14:00 14:50
Modern SQL in PostgreSQL Markus Winand AW1.126 Saturday 15:00 15:50
Large Scale Quality Assurance in the PostgreSQL Ecosystem Christoph Berg AW1.126 Saturday 16:00 16:50

Python devroom (17)

Python & PostgreSQL, a Wonderful Wedding Stéphane Wirtel H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 10:30 10:55
Lea, a probability engine in Python
the discreet charm of probabilities
Pierre Denis H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 11:00 11:25
Dive into Scrapy
In this talk some advanced techniques will be shown based on how Scrapy is used at Scrapinghub.
Juan Riaza H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 11:30 11:55
Mercurial, with real python bites
Up and Down of the python language in large scale command line tool.
Pierre-Yves David H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 12:00 12:25
python-prompt-toolkit / ptpython Jonathan Slenders H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 12:30 12:55
Federation and Python webapps Christopher Webber H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 13:00 13:25
Let's build a spreadsheet app in Python
A tour of the (remarkably simple) code you need to build a fully-functional Pythonic spreadsheet
Harry Percival H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 13:30 13:55
Understanding CPython (3.4) Objects Jesús Espino H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 14:00 14:25
Customize Gunicorn for your own business. Benoit Chesneau H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 14:30 14:55
Python, WebRTC and you Saúl Ibarra Corretgé H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 15:00 15:25
When performance matters ... Marc-André Lemburg H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 15:30 15:55
Gradual Typing in Python Alejandro Gómez H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 16:00 16:25
Knowing your garbage collector Francisco Fernández Castaño H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 16:30 16:55
a bottom up approach to refactoring in python
Laurent Peuch H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 17:00 17:25
Extending Python, what is the best option for me Francisco Fernández Castaño H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 17:30 17:55
PyPy and the future of the Python ecosystem Romain Guillebert H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 18:00 18:25
Lightning Talks H.1301 (Cornil) Saturday 18:30 19:00

Ruby devroom (7)

Rubinius And The Eternal Yak
Covering what it takes to maintain a Ruby implementation and the process behind it
Yorick Peterse K.4.401 Saturday 11:10 11:55
Ruby-red onions: Peeling back Ruby's layers in C extensions
Dive into using the Ruby C extension API to understand more about MRI
Emily Stolfo K.4.401 Saturday 12:05 12:50
Concurrent Ruby: low and high-level concurrency abstractions for the Ruby language
Discussion of concurrency patterns available and how they're implemented for Ruby
Petr Chalupa K.4.401 Saturday 13:00 13:45
Over 9000: The Future of JRuby
A talk on JRuby 9000 and where it will take Ruby in the next year
Charles Nutter K.4.401 Saturday 13:55 14:40
Truffle: A tour through a new Ruby implementation
An in-depth walk-through of JRuby+Truffle, a new high performance Ruby implementation
Chris Seaton, Benoit Daloze K.4.401 Saturday 14:50 15:35
MRI vs. Father Time
Covering the Past, Present and Future of the MRI interpreter
Zachary Scott, Koichi Sasada, Terence Lee K.4.401 Saturday 15:45 16:30
Inside RubyMotion
The toolchain that lets Ruby developers write iOS and Android apps
Laurent Sansonetti K.4.401 Saturday 16:35 17:20

Security devroom (14)

Software isolation in Linux
as used in the development of openconnect VPN server
Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos AW1.120 Sunday 09:00 09:25
Using GPUs for Securing Cryptographic Operations
Giorgos Vasiliadis AW1.120 Sunday 09:30 09:55
Thou shalt not leak your keys
Practical key privilege separation using Caml Crush
Thomas Calderon AW1.120 Sunday 10:00 10:25
Universal 2nd Factor Authentication
Strengthening username/password authentication with "driverless" USB hardware
Simon Josefsson AW1.120 Sunday 10:30 11:10
Quickstart JavaCard development.
Isolate keys and code into secure hardware!
Martin Paljak AW1.120 Sunday 11:15 11:55
Genode - OS security by design Norman Feske AW1.120 Sunday 12:00 12:25
Disk encryption without passwords
Teddy Hogeborn AW1.120 Sunday 12:30 12:55
Hybrid Cryptography
Applying Hybrid Cryptography to Restful Systems
Romek Szczesniak AW1.120 Sunday 13:00 13:25
Usable Privacy and Anonymity for Journalists
Harm Boertien AW1.120 Sunday 13:30 13:55
Web Security
WebCrypto and CSP
Habib Virji AW1.120 Sunday 14:00 14:25
The Fuzzing Project
Improving the state of free software security with fuzzing tools
Hanno Böck AW1.120 Sunday 14:45 15:10
Two decades later - Signing OpenPGP keys in the 2000s
Presenting GNOME Keysign
Tobias Mueller AW1.120 Sunday 15:15 15:40
Broadcast Intent Fuzzing Framework for Android
Razvan-Costin Ionescu, Andreea Brindusa Proca AW1.120 Sunday 15:45 16:10
Security enforcement by privilege aware launcher
Interesting research trial in Tizen security
José Bollo AW1.120 Sunday 16:15 16:40

Smalltalk devroom (10)

ViDI - The Visual Design Inspector Yuriy Tymchuk H.2214 Sunday 09:30 10:00
A new generation of development tools
Andrei Chis, Aliaksei Syrel H.2214 Sunday 10:00 10:30
Dynamic Distributed Computation with Smalltalk Craig Latta H.2214 Sunday 10:30 11:00
Embedded pharo Max Mattone, Jean-Baptiste Arnaud H.2214 Sunday 11:00 11:30
Zero-Overhead Metaprogramming
Using Self-optimizing Interpreters to make Runtime Metaprogramming Fast
Stefan Marr H.2214 Sunday 11:30 12:00
Show us your projects
Short demos
H.2214 Sunday 12:00 12:45
Amber Smalltalk - Get Started & More
Jump into the modern web with Amber
Philippe Back H.2214 Sunday 12:45 13:45
Cirela, open source solutions to manage, monitor and prevent natural and environment disasters; an initial work Onil Goubier H.2214 Sunday 13:45 14:15
Pharo: Status and Plans
Another year, another release
Marcus Denker H.2214 Sunday 14:15 15:00
Back to the Future
(Re)learn smalltalk
Stephan Eggermont, Nicole de Graaf H.2214 Sunday 15:00 17:00

Software defined radio devroom (15)

SDR Track: Introduction
Words of welcome, and a brief introduction of our schedule.
AW1.125 Sunday 09:00 09:15
Introduction to Using GNU Radio Tom Rondeau AW1.125 Sunday 09:15 10:15
First Steps in Receiving Digital Information with RDS/TMC Bastian Bloessl AW1.125 Sunday 10:15 10:30
Internet of #allthethings
Using GNURadio Companion to Interact with an IEEE 802.15.4 Network
Chris Friedt AW1.125 Sunday 10:30 11:00
Rapid GNU Radio GPU Algorithm Prototyping from Python
with gr-theano, gr-channels, and friends
Tim O’Shea AW1.125 Sunday 11:00 11:30
Spectrum sharing applications with GNURadio Sreeraj Rajendran AW1.125 Sunday 11:30 12:00
Arithmetic based implementation of a quadrature FM Demodulator
SDR in GnuRadio
Denis Bederov AW1.125 Sunday 12:00 12:30
Viterbi's little Helper
Coprocessor strategies for Forward Error Correction
Jan Kraemer AW1.125 Sunday 12:30 13:00
RFNoC: Theory and Practice
RFNoC architecture overview and its application to RTSA display acceleration
Sylvain Munaut, Matt Ettus AW1.125 Sunday 13:00 13:45
To The Moon And Back. Software Defined Radio and High Power transmissions.
How to do cool things and stay legal.
Markus Heller AW1.125 Sunday 13:45 14:15
Some Results of experiments using Raspberry Pi as a transmitter for HF Michael Hartje AW1.125 Sunday 14:15 14:45
Inside OpenAirInterface Raymond Knopp AW1.125 Sunday 14:45 15:15
Open Source LTE
EPCs and eNodeBs and UEs oh my
Paul Sutton AW1.125 Sunday 15:15 15:45
Using the Linux IIO framework for SDR
A hardware abstraction layer
Lars-Peter Clausen AW1.125 Sunday 15:45 16:15
The power of cross-correlating: from GPS reception to passive RADAR using SDR Jean-Michel Friedt AW1.125 Sunday 16:15 16:45

Testing and automation devroom (8)

OpenStack Infrastructure tools you will want to borrow Thierry Carrez H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 10:00 10:45
MongooseIM: Testing Massively Concurrent System Michal Slaski H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 10:55 11:40
CI as an infrastructure: components, patterns and problems Aleksandra Fedorova H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 11:50 12:35
It’s not a bug, it’s an environment problem. Helene Astier H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 12:45 13:30
Mobile Automation Made Awesome
Eric Millin H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 13:40 14:25
Property-based testing an open-source compiler, pflua
A fast and easy way to find bugs
Katerina Barone-Adesi H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 14:35 15:20
Make your tests fail
How randomisation adds a whole new dimension to finding bugs in your code
Isabel Drost-Fromm H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 15:30 16:15
It Doesn't Do What You Think It Does
A Survey of Strategies for Gaining Confidence in (Testing) Applications/Systems
Justin Stoller H.1309 (Van Rijn) Sunday 16:25 17:00

Valgrind devroom (7)

Valgrind Integration in the Eclipse IDE
An Overview of the Valgrind Plugin
Lukas Berk AW1.120 Saturday 10:30 11:20
Tuning Valgrind for your Workload
Hints, tricks and tips to effectively use Valgrind on small or big applications
Philippe Waroquiers AW1.120 Saturday 11:30 12:20
Extending Cachegrind: L2 Cache Inclusion & TLB Measuring Stavros Kaparelos AW1.120 Saturday 12:30 12:55
Running Valgrind on multiple processors
a prototype
Philippe Waroquiers AW1.120 Saturday 14:00 14:50
Partial inlining of Memcheck helper function fast paths Julian Seward AW1.120 Saturday 15:00 15:50
How to start hacking on Valgrind by example
Easy hacks for valgrind
Mark Wielaard AW1.120 Saturday 16:00 16:50
Valgrind Hackaton
Come and hack on Valgrind together
AW1.120 Saturday 17:00 19:00

Virtualisation devroom (12)

Under the hood of Docker Containers
In flight and at rest
Vincent Batts UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 09:00 09:40
Docker Integration in oVirt and IaaS Federico Simoncelli UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 09:40 10:20
Live migration for containers is around the corner Andrew Vagin UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 10:20 11:00
Provision and manage Docker containers with Foreman
Roll out your applications in containers with ease
Daniel Lobato UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 11:00 11:40
Rocket and the App Container Spec Kelsey Hightower UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 11:40 12:20
Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse
Containers, KVM, Xen, and Security
Ian Jackson UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 12:20 13:00
LXD: The Container Hypervisor Serge Hallyn UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 13:00 13:40
Observability in KVM
How to troubleshoot virtual machines
Stefan Hajnoczi UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 13:40 14:20
Transplantation of VirtualBox to the NOVA microhypervisor Norman Feske UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 14:20 15:00
Xen Orchestra: a web UI for Xen and XenServer
Handle modern IaaS needs from the web
Olivier Lambert UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 15:00 15:40
Utilizing NUMA architecture in oVirt Doron Fediuck UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 16:20 16:40
CentOS Virt SIG
Community virtualization packages on an immutable core
George Dunlap UD2.120 (Chavanne) Sunday 16:40 17:00