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Schedule for Wednesday

  Auditorium Ilott Theatre Renouf 1 Renouf 2 Civic Suites 1&2
  Presentations Presentations Presentations Presentations Tutorials
8:00-8:45Morning Yoga (limit of 20 people)
Frank Taplin Room
9:00-10:00
50349
Keynote: Benjamin Mako Hill
Auditorium
[OGG,OGV,Stream]
10:00-10:30 Morning Tea
10:30-11:15
50141

The Kernel Report by Jonathan Corbet
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50271

pandora-build: autotools made better, faster, stronger by Monty Taylor
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50198

Electric Freedom by Philip Court
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50329

Build Your Own Contributors, One Part At A Time by Denise Paolucci and Mark Smith
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50171

Introduction to game programming by Richard Jones
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

11:30-12:15
50332

Survey of open source databases by Selena Deckelmann
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50182

Flying Rockets with Free Hardware and Free Software by Bdale Garbee and Keith Packard
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50357

What's your StatusNet? by Jon Phillips
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50183

Implementing HTML 5 Video in Firefox by Chris Double
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

12:15-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:15
50026

Changing NZ Desktop Stack to FLOSS by Don Christie
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50081

Open Sourcing the Accountants by Jethro Carr
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50149

oFono: Open Source Telephony by Denis Kenzior
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50291

Making production-ready filesystems: A case study using ext4 by Theodore Tso
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50324

Hacking the Drizzle Database Server by Stewart Smith
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

14:30-15:15
50178

Making yourself popular: a guide to social success in (and for) the Linux community by Matthew Garrett
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50297

subunit: Testing across boundaries for fun and profit by Robert Collins
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50163

Unlocking the ivory tower: Free and open source software in collaborative humanities research by Claudine Chionh
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50328

Using performance counters to optimize task placement on multi-core systems by Bharata B Rao
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

15:15-15:45 Afternoon Tea
15:45-16:30
50100

Teaching FOSS at universities by Andrew Tridgell and Robert (Bob) Edwards
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50282

Git Wrangling - Advanced Tips and Tricks by Scott Chacon
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50162

Ceph: a scalable distributed storage system for Linux by Sage Weil
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50260

No medium found: when it's time to stop trying to read strerror's mind. by Peter Miller
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50324

Hacking the Drizzle Database Server by Stewart Smith
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

(cont'd)
16:45-17:30
50256

The World's Worst Inventions by Paul Fenwick
[OGG,OGV,Stream]

50358

Web application security, OPEN style by Mark Piper
[Slides,OGG,OGV,Stream]

50346

PGP/GPG Keysigning by Jonathan Oxer

50029

A New Paradigm for Restricting Applications and Protecting Yourself from Your Processes by Z. Cliffe Schreuders
[OGG,OGV,Stream]

Screening of the "Code Rush" Movie

Delegates are invited to a screening of Code Rush, a documentary following the lives of a group of Netscape engineers in Silicon Valley. It was shot during a time of flagging company fortunes, the initial release of the Mozilla code as an open source project, and the friction of an impending AOL-Netscape merger. The documentary depicts Netscape programmers forgoing their normal lives and families in an attempt to save the company from ruin.

WhereAuditorium, Michael Fowler Centre
TimeStarts at 7:30 pm and runs for about an hour.

Programming 'Hackoff'

Wellington Perl Mongers and Catalyst IT are joining forces to host a team-based programming competition.

WhereConference Tutorials Room (Civics 1 & 2), Town Hall
Time6:00pm (come in and get set up from 5:45)

For more details of how it works and sample problems from the HackOff2008 event, visit the Wellington Perl Mongers website.

Schedule is subject to change without notice.