Third set of speaker interviews
We have added a whole lot of new interviews with some of our main track speakers, with topics varying from systemd through the Vulkan graphics API, live migration of virtual machines and code reviews to the future of OpenDocument:
- Adrien Béraud and Guillaume Roguez: Building a peer-to-peer network for Real-Time Communication. Can a true peer-to-peer architecture, with no central point of control, be a universal and secure solution?
- Alberto Bacchelli: What Do Code Reviews at Microsoft and in Open Source Projects Have in Common?
- Amit Shah: Live Migration of Virtual Machines From the Bottom Up
- Anand Babu (AB) Periasamy: Rearchitecting Linux I/O towards Petascale Storage. Treat Linux like a microkernel and push towards a simpler distributed user-space storage architecture.
- Drasko Draskovic: Mainflux. Open Source IoT Cloud
- Jason Ekstrand: Vulkan in Open-Source. A discussion of the new Vulkan graphics API and its impact on Open-source software
- Jos van den Oever: The Future of OpenDocument (ODF). Maintaining the Momentum
- Lennart Poettering: systemd and Where We Want to Take the Basic Linux Userspace in 2016
- Niels de Vos: Gluster roadmap, recent improvements and upcoming features
- Philip Homburg: Open-sourcing RIPE Atlas
Our interviews page is already filling up nicely with a diverse set of main track speakers. Next week we'll publish the last set of interviews. Only 11 days left until FOSDEM 2016 kicks off!