FOSDEM 2010 Technical Talk Propositions

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FOSDEM 2010 Project Management Details

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This page is related to FOSDEM 2010 Project Preparation and register Technical or not talk proposition for the event.


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Fedora Talks or Subject Propositions

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Title Description URL Potential Speakers Preferred Date
Packaging
  • present different toolsets for handling the burden of packaging a distribution as well as additional repositories (e.g. openSUSE Build Service)
  • have a few packaging subsystem sessions, where the current state of RPM/yum/zypp/..., dpkg/apt, emerge, ports, etc... are presented, as well as their respective roadmaps for the future
  • discuss about extending repository metadata formats (such as RPM-MD)
TBD TBD
Localization
  • how to handle collaborative translations ? (e.g. transifex)
  • localization of distribution documentation, project wikis, etc...
  • how to coordinate best with upstream ?
TDB TDB
Community Infrastructure
  • FedoraCommunity, opensourced LaunchPad, Bugzilla extensions, etc...
TBD TBD
Test and QA TBD TBD
Governance
  • boards, elections, technical control of the distribution, ...
  • ambassador programs, LoCo teams, etc...
  • legal issues
TBD TBD
Working with upstream have a few sessions with major upstream projects present at FOSDEM (such as Mozilla, GNOME, KDE, ...) on how to improve/optimize collaboration between downstream (distributions) and upstream (developers), e.g. for patches TBD TBD
Fedora HA Clusters Current cluster architecture deployed in Fedora, plans for F13 and beyond. Red Hat Cluster Fabio M. Di Nitto Saturday

JBoss Talks or Subject Propositions

Title Description URL Potential Speakers Preferred Date
Jboss Seam Seam is a powerful open source development platform for building rich Internet applications in Java. Seam integrates technologies such as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java Persistence (JPA), Enterprise Java Beans (EJB 3.0) and Business Process Management (BPM) into a unified full-stack solution, complete with sophisticated tooling. Jboss Seam N/A yet N/A yet
JBoss Application Server JBoss Application Server is the #1 most widely used Java application server on the market. Hundreds of professional open source developers have contributed to the JBoss Application Server over the years and community contributors are not only welcome but encouraged. In fact all JBoss employed contributors to the JBoss Application Server were hired from the community and each of them contributed to an open source project in one way or another. Jboss Application Server N/A yet N/A yet
Drools Drools 5 introduces the Business Logic integration Platform which provides a unified and integrated platform for Rules, Workflow and Event Processing. It's been designed from the ground up so that each aspect is a first class citizen, with no compromises. Drools N/A yet N/A yet
jBPM jBPM is a platform for executable process languages ranging from business process management (BPM) over workflow to service orchestration. jBPM supports three different process languages. Each one is targeted towards a specific function and environment. JBPM N/A yet N/A yet
Hibernate Hibernate is a powerful, high performance object/relational persistence and query service. Hibernate lets you develop persistent classes following object-oriented idiom - including association, inheritance, polymorphism, composition, and collections. Hibernate allows you to express queries in its own portable SQL extension (HQL), as well as in native SQL, or with an object-oriented Criteria and Example API.Unlike many other persistence solutions, Hibernate does not hide the power of SQL from you and guarantees that your investment in relational technology and knowledge is as valid as always. The LGPL open source license allows the use of Hibernate and NHibernate in open source and commercial projects.Hibernate is a Professional Open Source project and a critical component of the JBoss Enterprise Middleware System (JEMS) suite of products. JBoss, a division of Red Hat, offers a range of 24x7 Professional Support, Consulting, and Training services to assist you with Hibernate. Hibernate N/A yet N/A yet
Hibernate Search Hibernate Search brings the power of full text search engines to the persistence domain model and Hibernate experience, through transparent configuration (Hibernate Annotations) and a common API.Full text search engines like Apache Lucene(tm) allow applications to execute free-text search queries. However, it becomes increasingly more difficult to index a more complex object domain model - keeping the index up to date, dealing with the mismatch between the index structure and the domain model, querying mismatches, and so on. Hibernate Search N/A yet N/A yet
Infinispan Infinispan is an extremely scalable, highly available data grid platform - 100% open source, and written in Java. The purpose of Infinispan is to expose a data structure that is highly concurrent, designed ground-up to make the most of modern multi-processor/multi-core architectures while at the same time providing distributed cache capabilities. At its core Infinispan exposes a JSR-107 (JCACHE) compatible Cache interface (which in turn extends java.util.Map). It is also optionally is backed by a peer-to-peer network architecture to distribute state efficiently around a data grid. Infinispan N/A yet N/A yet