My selection of interesting FOSDEM 2015 talks.
10:30-10:55 Upstream Allwinner ARM SoC (A10 / sunxi) support status 10:30-11:20 Valgrind Integration in the Eclipse IDE
- 11:00-11:50 What is wrong with Operating Systems (and how do we make things better)
11:00-11:25 ODR-mmbTools Digital Radio Development - Digital Radio tools. Latest News on the Software Side of Things 11:30-12:20 Tuning Valgrind for your Workload - Hints, tricks and tips to effectively use Valgrind on small or big applications
- 12:30-12:55 python-prompt-toolkit / ptpython
13:00-13:25 Daala Video Codec
- 13:00-13:50 lowRISC - The path to an open-source SoC
- 15:40-15:55 Scalable Video Conferencing with Jitsi Videobridge - Using Simulcast, DataChannels and adaptive streaming for Free scalable conferencing
15:45-16:10 Copyleft in Europe: How does copyleft interact with Exhaustion Of Rights - To what extent can a copyright owner control copyleft code once it’s placed in circulation in the EEA?
- 16:30-17:00 hardware switches - the opensource approach
17:00-17:15 Building an Open Source VoIP hardware phone
- 17:00-17:25 RedBaron - a bottom up approach to refactoring in python
17:00-17:25 Software Patent Litigation Data: What Have We Learned? 17:40-17:55 Rizzly: Event Driven Microcontroller Programming - A new programming language for event driven programming of 8 bit microcontroller.
- 17:40-18:05 Peer5 content delivery network and how it uses WebRTC and FOSS
18:00-18:30 networkd status update
09:15-10:15 Introduction to Using GNU Radio 09:05-09:35 WAPT, apt-get for Windows - A package manager for Windows 09:30-10:00 Building the Open Source Design community
- 10:00-10:15 Validate your gerrit patches automaticly using magic hooks - hook framework to test patches as part of gerrit system
- 10:15-10:30 First Steps in Receiving Digital Information with RDS/TMC
- 10:30-11:00 Internet of #allthethings - Using GNURadio Companion to Interact with an IEEE 802.15.4 Network
11:00-11:15 JMAP - A better way to interface with email 11:00-11:30 User-land and developer-land chat 11:00-11:30 Rapid GNU Radio GPU Algorithm Prototyping from Python - with gr-theano, gr-channels, and friends
- 11:50-12:35 CI as an infrastructure: components, patterns and problems
11:30-12:00 Spectrum sharing applications with GNURadio 12:40-13:10 The C2 programming language - Using Clang not like it’s supposed to be used. 12:00-12:50 Atomic Mode-Setting - What it is and how to convert your driver
- 12:50-13:20 Application Sandboxing with systemd - Containers and wayland and kdbus, oh my!
13:00-13:40 LXD: The Container Hypervisor
- 13:40-13:55 Fabricate your automated devops environment using python - fabric is your (devops) friend
13:45-14:15 To The Moon And Back. Software Defined Radio and High Power transmissions. - How to do cool things and stay legal. 13:00-13:50 Computers, Clocks and Network Time - Everything you never wanted to know about time. 13:20-13:50 QtQuick in Complex Applications
- 13:50-14:20 Desktop Software on the Web - Bringing FOSS Desktop Software to the Browser
14:45-15:10 The Fuzzing Project - Improving the state of free software security with fuzzing tools 15:00-15:25 XMPP-IoT an open solution for things - A demo and talk around using XMPP to create open scalable and secure IoT systems between peers in different domains 15:00-15:50 Ntimed an NTPD replacement 15:15-15:40 Two decades later - Signing OpenPGP keys in the 2000s - Presenting GNOME Keysign 15:15-15:45 Open Source LTE - EPCs and eNodeBs and UEs oh my
- 15:20-15:40 Code clone detection in LLVM compiler infrastructure - LLVM: built-in scalable code clone detection based on semantic analysis
- 15:45-16:10 Tempus: a framework for multimodal trip planning
15:45-16:15 Using the Linux IIO framework for SDR - A hardware abstraction layer
- 16:15-16:45 The power of cross-correlating: from GPS reception to passive RADAR using SDR
15:50-16:50 LLVM on the Web - Using Portable Native Client to run Clang/LLVM in the Browser 16:00-16:50 NTF’s General Timestamp API and Library - Current timestamps suck. We can do much better. 16:15-16:40 Security enforcement by privilege aware launcher - Interesting research trial in Tizen security
- 16:40-16:55 Open source home automation - by OpenMotics
- 17:00-17:50 Living on Mars: A Beginner’s Guide - Can we Open Source a society?
- 17:50-18:00 Closing FOSDEM 2015
Something else that looked interesting and for which originally a talk was scheduled, but that seems to have disappeared from the schedule again: ceof - Anonymous chatting software using PGP/GPG as a basis and described as and makes life for the intelligence hard while not even chatting.