Wednesday 30 January 2013

Schedule is subject to change without notice.

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07:30
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09:00
PDNS Breakfast
PDNS Venue -- Gandall Hall at the Australian National Gallery
09:20
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10:00
Main conference opening
Llewellyn Hall
10:00
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10:40
Morning Tea
MCC Foyer
10:40
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11:25
Trinity: A Linux kernel fuzz tester (and then some) by Dave Jones Think, Create & Critique Design by Andy Fitzsimon Code up your own video conference in HTML5 by Silvia Pfeiffer Concurrent Programming with the Disruptor by Adrian Sutton Making Mobile Communications Secure by Paul Gardner-Stephen 10:40: An Introduction to Linux IPC Facilities by Michael Kerrisk
11:35
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12:20
Vampire Mice: How USB PM impacts you by Sarah Sharp Userspace networking: fact or fiction? by Stephen Hemminger Open Source Digital Radio by David Rowe Ain't No Party Like A Unix Party by Adam Boileau Open Source and Open Data for Humanitarian Response with OpenStreetMap by Kate Chapman
12:20
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13:20
Lunch
uncatered
13:20
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14:05
Making RCU Respect Your Device's Battery Lifetime by Paul McKenney Clojure - Designed for Performance by Tom Marble Droids that talk: Pairing Codec2 and Android by Joel Stanley Free and open source software and activism by sky croeser Two years of LibreOffice by Michael Meeks 13:20: Shell for Starters by Peter Chubb
14:15
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15:00
The future of non-volatile memory by Matthew Wilcox How to Fix a Font by Nathan Willis The IPocalypse - 20 months later by Geoff Huston DSD and open source software by Alan Leigh LTTng 2.0: Advanced Linux tracing for everyone by Yannick Brosseau
15:00
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15:40
Afternoon Tea
MCC Foyer
15:40
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16:25
Measuring and Improving OpenGL Performance by Carl Worth How to make (almost) anything go faster by Anton Blanchard Using open source in over 1,100 schools in New Zealand by Kristina Hoeppner redgrep: from regular expression derivatives to LLVM by Paul Wankadia Ript: a terse but expressive DSL for iptables by Lindsay Holmwood Remedies for frustration with speed, quality, and reviews by Martin Pool
16:35
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17:20
The Perl Renaissance by Paul Fenwick OWASP Developer Guide 2013 - what it means for open source projects by Andrew van der Stock Copyright's Dark Clouds: Optus v NRL by Ben Powell Designing a Verifiable and Accessible Electronic Voting System by Jason White and Craig Burton UEFI, the Converged Firmware Infrastructure by Dong Wei users: delighted; (better UX using CSS 3 in particular and "HTML5" in general) by Adam Harvey
17:30
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18:30
Linux Australia AGM
MCC2
18:30
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19:30
OpenStack Practical Keysigning Party Open Source Industry Australia (OSIA) BoF Android MAC BoF BOF TBA OpenStack Documentation Jam Session
19:30
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20:30
OpenStack Practical C BoF Programming/Open Source/Linux for Research Institutes and Universities Free software activism meetup Smart crafting BOF - ping @KathyReid OpenStack Documentation Jam Session
20:30
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21:30
Jobs BoF Geeks & Depression BlueHackers BoF Alternative startups and open source business models BoF Emacs BoF Smart crafting BOF - ping @KathyReid OpenStack Documentation Jam Session

Schedule is subject to change without notice.