Schedule for Wednesday

Time slot Room Code
Stanley Burbury 1 Arts Lecture Theatre Stanley Burbury 2 Social Science 1 Social Science 2
9:00 - 9:30 Welcome and Housekeeping
9:30 - 10:20 Keynote 1 - Thomas A. Limoncelli
Stanley Burbury
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10:20 - 10:40 Morning Tea
10:40 - 11:30

Introducing the Re-Built Linux Desktop by Keith Packard
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Continuous Integration for PHP Projects by Ben Cornwell

The SPU Filesystem - An Interface to the Cell Broadband Engine by Jeremy Kerr
[Slides]

FFADO - Firewire audio for Linux by Jonathan Woithe
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Remote Management System. Really remote. by Thomas Sprinkmeier
[Slides]

11:40 - 12:30

From click to pixel: A tour of the Linux graphics pipeline by Carl Worth
[Slides]

Use the Fork Luke! by Brian Aker
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Subversion Scaling at Google by Marc MERLIN
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Puppet for Configuration Management by James Turnbull

Let's mingle by Sjoerd Simons
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12:30 - 13:50 Lunch
Tutorial
13:50 - 15:40

PHP Architecture, Scalability, and Security by Rasmus Lerdorf

Using Asterisk for Fun and Profit by Avi Miller

What Makes the Lizard Roar? A Tour through Mozilla Architecture by Akkana Peck
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Introduction to Django by Jacob Kaplan-Moss
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Presentation 13:50 - 14:40

Your input is important to us! by Peter Hutterer

14:50 - 15:40

lguest: hacking the little Linux hypervisor - Part I (Preparation) by Rusty Russell

15:40 - 16:00 Afternoon Tea
16:00 - 16:50

Joining the mob: the kernel development process by Jonathan Corbet

Web Site and Web Application Accessibility with Orca and Firefox by Jason White

HW-Accelerated HD video playback under Linux by Zou Nanhai
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Practical, efficient, fast, portable and safe File IO by Stewart Smith
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The Genderchangers Academy by nancy mauro-FLude
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17:00 - 17:50

Crikey! Open sourcing the future of news by Sarah Stokely and Jeff Waugh

Cross-distro collaboration: packaging with modern version control systems by Martin Krafft
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Implementing an OptIPortal; a massively scalable clustered display environment. by Chris Willing
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Btrax - an automated coverage test tool - by Satoshi Oshima
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Evolution of Multicast Engine on Linux by Hideaki Yoshifuji
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Penguin Dinner

This year, linux.conf.au brings a touch of class to the Annual Penguin Dinner. A full three course banquet awaits, with lots of choice from the best food Tasmania has to offer at Hobart's Wrest Point Convention Centre in Sandy Bay.

All social events.

Schedule is subject to change without notice.