Talk schedule | EuroBSDcon 2016

Saturday Room M1 Room M2 Room M4+M5  
09:00-09:30 Conference Opening

EuroBSDCon Foundation

     
09:30-10:30 Keynote: The coming decades of BSD

George Neville-Neil

     
Break
11:00-12:00 Embracing the BSD routing table

Martin Pieuchot

Packaging the FreeBSD Base System

Brad Davis

Subfiles for NetBSD

William Dobbins

 
  LUNCH
13:00-14:00 rc.d(8) on OpenBSD

Antoine Jacoutot

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About "Hello, World"

Brooks Davis

A primer on synchronizing multiprocessor kernel resources

Taylor R. Campbell

BSDA Exam (Room M3)
14:00-15:00 OpenBSD meets 802.11n

Stefan Sperling

BXR.SU, OpenGrok, nginx and all the web - writing and rewriting webapps with nginx.conf

Constantine A. Murenin

Bulk building in the many core era

Joerg Sonnenberger

Increasing diversity in BSD projects (Room M6)
15:00-15:30 Break
15:30-16:30 OpenBSD: pf+rdomains create splendid multi-tenancy firewalls

Philipp Buehler

LibreSSL replacing OpenSSL in FreeBSD base

Bernard Spil

Automated Learning From Man Pages

Abhinav Upadhyay

 
16:30-17:30 Dropping in 80Gbits (hopefully) of stateful firewalling capacity with PF and OpenOSPFd

Gareth Llewellyn

Talos - why they use Open Source to fight threats

Dan Langille

Synchronisation of userland source code amongst the BSD's

Sevan Janiyan

 
Sunday Room M1 Room M2 Room M4+M5  
09:00-09:30 Opening      
09:30-10:30 What we learnt from natively building packages on exotic archs

Landry Breuil

Allwinner support in FreeBSD 11

Emmanuel Vadot

Toward MP-safe networking in NetBSD

Ryota Ozaki

 
Break
11:00-12:00 Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) implementation and support in OpenBSD

Peter Hessler

Continuous Integration of the FreeBSD Project

Li-Wen Hsu

FreeBSD based high density filers

Baptiste Daroussin

 
  LUNCH
13:00-14:00 DTrace Internals: Digging into DTrace

Arun Thomas

Towards Fast IP Forwarding

Nanako Momiyama

Proposing a Replacement for FreeBSD's powerd

Dominic Fandrey

 
14:00-15:00 Retrofitting privsep into ports tools

Marc Espie

Math is Hard: Measurement and Improvement of the Open Crypto Framework

Jim Thompson, George Neville-Neil

Why and how you ought to keep multibyte character support simple

Ingo Schwarze

 
Break
15:30-16:30 Keynote: Internet Attacks, Self-Governance, and the Consequences

Gert Döring

     
16:30-17:30 Conference Closing

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