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|Before the event|
|At the event|
Arizona State University - Tempe, AZ
January 29-31, 2011
- Please add your name to the list if you will attend. Also, please indicate the following:
- Put an X in the $$$ column if you need funding to attend, and visit the FUDCon ticket tracker to make a funding request. We have a limited budget and will work hard to fund as many people as possible. We'll use these answers to help figure out budgeting for the event. We are making arrangements for attendees from other geographic regions to encourage specific initiatives such as future FUDCon events, but preference may otherwise be given to people in North America.
- Put a V in the Veg column if you would like vegetarian fare for any meals that we provide during the event. If you prefer vegan fare, please mark that column VV. We will do our best to make sure everyone is accommodated!
- Put your T-shirt size in the Size column, so we can have an idea about what sizes to have available. (Use a W to note a women's size if needed.)
- If you want or need to share a room, mark yes in the "Roomshare?" column.
- Once you have a roommate, both of you should mark your roommate's name in the block as well.
- If you need a roommate, look for someone with just a yes in the column, and contact them via email. If you encounter any problems, let the organizers know.
- Use the Comments section for anything else you think organizers need to know, or to offer or ask for space or rides.
|#||Name||$$$||Veg||Size||Roomshare?||Hotel booked||Comments (extra line for badge)|
|001||Paul W. Frields||XL||Yes - jsmith||Yes||stickster|
|002||Robyn Bergeron||X||W-M||Yes, sdake||Yes||probably owes you cookies|
|003||Ryan Rix||L||N/A, local||"Bacon PLUS ... a smoking HOT blonde will board the comet and escape"|
|004||Ian Weller||X (scholarship)||L||ricky||yes||Don't ask me about terrariums|
|006||Hiemanshu Sharma||X||XXL||yes - dcr226||Yes||hiemanshu|
|007||Steven M. Parrish||X||XXL||yes - rdieter||yes||smparrish - KDE - Sugar|
|008||John Rose||L||Yes||Quando omni flunkus moritati|
|009||Clint Savage||X||3XL||no||Yes||ask Ian Weller about terrariums|
|010||Jon Stanley||X||XXL||yes - gholms||Yes||jds2001|
|011||Jared Smith||L||yes - stickster||Yes||jsmith|
|012||Mel Chua||V||WM||yes - tatica||Yes||mchua|
|013||Sebastian Dziallas||X (scholarship)||L||yes - pbrobinson||Yes||sdziallas|
|014||Jeroen van Meeuwen||-||XL||yes - spevack||Yes||Dutch|
|019||Jean-Francois Saucier||X (if possible)||M||yes (biertie)||yes||djf_jeff|
|020||Larry Cafiero||X (lodging only)||XXL||no||yes||lcafiero|
|021||J. Randall Owens||L||no||local enough||jrowens|
|022||Neville A. Cross||X||L||yes - Igor||Yes||yn1v - (room is booked)|
|023||Chris Tyler||XL||yes (arranged)||yes||ctyler - Seneca|
|024||Paul Whalen||L||yes (arranged)||yes|
|026||María "tatica" Leandro||X||M||yes - mchua||Yes||tatica|
|027||Frank Even||XL||N/A, Local|
|028||Ben Williams||XL||Yes - B2 and B3||yes||Southern_Gentlem/VileGent|
|029||Máirín Duffy||V||no||yes - ladies?||yes, sharing with Ruth||mizmo|
|031||Dave Riches||X||L||yes - hiemanshu||Yes||dcr226|
|033||Tom "spot" Callaway||V||XXL||yes - dgilmore||yes||·.¸¸.·´¯|
|035||Stephen Smoogen||S||yes - dmalcolm||yes||smooge|
|036||José Edgardo López||X||L||yes||Magjogui|
|042||Mike McGrath||L||Yes, toshio||yes||mmcgrath|
|045||Antonio S. Sallés||X||XL||Yes||Yes||Fedora Ambassador, Chile/FUDCon Santiago 2010 "0wner"|
|046||Pascal V. Calarco||X||XL||Yes - susmit||Yes||pcalarco|
|047||Jesse Keating||XL||Yes, wwoods||Yes||Oxf13|
|049||Toshio Kuratomi||M||Yes, mmcgrath||Yes||abadger1999|
|050||Steven Dake||XL||Yes, rbergeron||yes||sdake|
|051||Justin M. Forbes||XL||yes, pjones||yes||jforbes|
|052||Igor Soares||X||M||Yes - yn1v||yes||igorps|
|053||Peter Robinson||X||L||Yes - sdziallas||yes||Fedora Mobility - MeeGo, Sugar, OLPC|
|058||Bert Desmet||X||L||yes||yes||the belg - biertie|
|059||Ricky Zhou||X (scholarship)||XL||ianweller||yes||ricky|
|062||Adam McCullough||X||XL||local||Achtung, AZ! :)|
|063||Casey Dahlin||L||no||Of no consequence whatsoever|
|064||David Cantrell||XL||yes - clumens||no||dcantrell|
|065||Chris Lumens||L||yes - dcantrell||no||Big time anaconda guy|
|070||Cory Peterson||L||Local||Fedora User: Core 7 - 14|
|071||Ben Trussell||XXXL||Local||Fedora User: Core 1 - 13|
|072||Martin Sivak||L||yes - rvykydal||no||Anaconda - Brno, CZ|
|073||Justin O'Brien||x (possibly)||no||yes||yes||no||@threethirty|
|074||Ales Kozumplik||M||yes - mgracik||no||akozumpl|
|075||Martin Gracik||M||yes - akozumpl||no||mgracik|
|076||Radek Vykydal||S||yes - msivak||no||rvykydal|
|078||Alejandro Acosta||X||L||yes - nushio||No||douglax|
|080||Mat Booth||M||No||mbooth - Java SIG|
|081||Andrew Overholt||V||no||yes, tburke||No||overholt|
|082||John (J5) Palmieri||S||yes, lmacken||No|
|084||Luke Macken||M||yes, J5||No|
|085||Rex Dieter||X||XL||yes - smparrish||yes||rdieter|
|086||Adam Williamson||V||M||yes (jlaska)||Ask me about Poulsbo|
|087||Garrett Holmstrom||X||XXL||yes - jds2001||gholms|
|088||Peter Jones||L||yes, jforbes||yes|
|090||Tim Burke||M||yes, overholt||yes||fri-sun|
|091||Dave Jones||X||M||yes, kylem||yes|
|092||Wolnei Cândido Tomazelli Junior||X||M||yes||yes||wolnei|
|094||James Laska||M||yes (adamwill)||Ask me about Fedora QA|
|095||J. Shepherd||XL||N/A, Local|
|096||Dale Farnsworth||XL||N/A, Local|
|097||Eric Shubert||L||N/A, Local||shubes|
|099||John Roman||VV||M||N/A, Local||nimbius|
|100||Pam Chestek||M||yes||I'm a lawyer. Be gentle.|
|102||David Paige||M||N/A, Local||Prince of Darkness|
|103||Franklin Ybanez||M||N/A, Local|
|105||Susmit Shannigrahi||X||V||M||Yes - pcalarco||Yes||Susmit|
|106||Karsten 'quaid' Wade||XL||Yes - Saskia & Malakai||@quaid|
|107||Saskia Wade||XS or S (W)||Yes - Karsten & Malakai||Tell me I'm awesome or you DAI POTATO MAN!|
|108||Malakai Wade||M (W)||Yes - Karsten & Saskia||I disapprove of your disapproving of my disapproving of you.|
|109||Mirano Cafiero||M (W)||Yes - Larry||D --> This is f001ishness upon one hundred thousand prior, equally unsolicited f001ishnesses|
|111||Sandro Mathys||X||S||Yes - CodeBlock||yes||red_alert|
|113||Dennis Gilmore||XXL||yes||king of obscure|
|114||M||no||No longer attending|
|115||Jef van Schendel||X||L||Yes||schendje|
|116||Jason Connor||XL||no||jconnor, linear on freenode|
|123||Danny George||L||No||N/A||dangets: Mostly Harmless|
|124||MaxSpevack||No||No||L||No||paid for these badges|
|125||Thomas Verry||L||Yes||No||The cake is a lie.|
|126||James Antill||No||No||XL||No||Yes||geppetto: #yum|
|131||Tarin Choudhury||V||L||yes (arranged)||yes||Seneca - Sitting in for Mustafa|
|133||Larry Letelier||X||L||Yes||Yes||Fedora Ambassador, Chile|
|134||Adrian Pruteanu||XL||yes (arranged)||yes||adrianp@freenode|
|135||Marek Goldmann||X||M||mgoldmann / BoxGrinder|
|136||Will Woods||VV||S||yes, jkeating||yes||The mustard indicates progress.|
|138||Gordon Young||XXL||Local||Free as in Beer (and cheese?)|
|139||Samuel Greenfeld||M||yes||yes||OLPC QA|
|140||Simon Schampijer||V||L||yes||yes||OLPC & Sugar Labs Developer|
|140.1Cut off for food and swag.|
|141||Martin Langhoff||M||yes||yes||OLPC Software Architect|
|142||Kevin Bowling||X (see comment)||XL||Open *3||local||Can host 3 people at my Tempe house but will need a plane ticket to get home from school. FOSS dev & long time Fedora user/admin.|
|143||Ricky Elrod||X||XXL||Yes - Red||No||CodeBlock|
|145||Jaroslav Reznik||X||XXL||yes, jmoskovc||yes||j. r.|
|147||Mariano Dominguez||L||Local||Middle-age Mutant Ninja Coder|
|148||Robert 'Bob' Jensen||Meat only||XL||Yes - Southern_Gentlem||Yes||EvilBob - Fedora Unity Founder|
|149||Florian Festi||XXXL||Yes||No||ffesti #rpm.org|
|150||Robert 'B3' Jensen||Child M||Yes - Southern_Gentlem||Yes||EvilBob's Spawn|
|152||Liam Bulkley||X||No thank you||L||yes||no||galan|
|154||Rik Farrow||N/A||L||N/A||N/A||USENIX ;login: Editor|
|155||Amber Graner||XL||yes||No||Associate Web Editor, Linux New Media|
|156||Mark Terranova||X||M||maybe||Not yet||TOSW: TheOpenSourceWay.org|
|158||Harish Pillay||L||maybe||Not yet||harish|
|160||Chris Lalancette||M||No||Not yet|
|162||Donald Buchan||XL||No||yes||Will bring a 4-socket, [30ft FFF]|
|163||Todd Westacott||L||yes (arranged)||yes|
|164||Jiri Moskovcak||L||yes, jreznik||yes||ABRT|
|165||Houssam Haidar||XXL||yes (arranged)||yes||Seneca College - The lie is a cake|
|168||Matthew Tuori||XL||yes (arranged)||yes|
|169||Mike Khusid||XL||why not, contact me||yes|
|170||Gergely "Greg" Juhasz||X||M||yes (arranged)||yes||Seneca|
|171||Francesco Crippa||XL||why not||soon (hopefully)|
|173||Brian LaMere||V||L||yes||no||comin from San Diego, room not booked yet...|
|174||Jay Dobies||L||no||yes||jdob on Freenode|
|175||Chantell McIntosh||WL||Yes, Rocella Jimenez||Yes||Breezy - Seneca|
|176||Andrew Parda||M||yes (arranged)||yes|
|177||Russell Bryant||L||No||Yes||Asterisk Project Lead (http://www.asterisk.org/)|
|178||Tobias Kunze||L||No||Yes||Makara Cloud Platform (http://www.makara.com/)|
|179||Michael John Corsame||M||yes (arranged)||yes|
|180||Rocella Jimenez||WS||yes (Chantell McInotosh)||yes|
|181||Ruth Suehle||WM||Yes-mduffy||Yes||Have you joined opensource.com?|
|182||Bernie Innocenti||V||M||yes||Sugar, oh sweet!|
|184||Tim Flink||V||XL||yes (adamwill)||yes|
|185||Wence McDonald||M||Local||Call me ifm. Also "Taipei Taipei Taipei Taipei Taipei Taipei"|
|193||Michelle O'Riordan||V||S||Sure! :-)|
|#||Name||$$$||Veg||Size||Roomshare?||Hotel booked||Comments (extra line for badge)|
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (Airport Code: PHX) is the major airport servicing the greater Phoenix Metro area. The following airlines have flights going in / coming out of Sky Harbor:
- Terminal 2: Alaska, Continental, Great Lakes, United / TED
- Terminal 3: AirTran, American, Delta, Frontier, Hawaiian, JetBlue, Midwest, Sun Country
- Terminal 4: Aeromexico, Air Canada, British Airways, Southwest, US Airways / America West, US Airways / America West Express (Mesa Airlines), Westjet
- Terminal 4 is also the International Terminal for Sky Harbor.
If you are trying to coordinate travel with other attendees, you may want to visit the FUDCon:Tempe 2011 travel planning page.
- Links for reservations online
- King + sofabed room |
Queen + Queen room-- The deadline for reservations is November 5. Note that depending on when you make your reservation, you may be presented with a different room type. King rooms also include a sofabed, and will accommodate separate double occupancy. The special FUDCon rate is $99 per night (single or double occupancy).
- Shoulder dates
- If your stay requires extra nights before or after the nights of 28-31 January ("shoulder dates"), and the online link does not accommodate your input, call the hotel directly at the phone number above for assistance, and feel free to let the organizers know online (IRC or email) so we can request additional shoulder dates as needed.
- The hotel is located within easy walking distance of the classroom space where the technical sessions will be held on Saturday and Sunday. There is a bit more of a walk to Memorial Union for Monday's hackfests, but it's under 20 minutes away (less than a mile).
- Links for reservations online
- Reserve your room here. The rate is $99/night, and includes shuttle to/from airport, free breakfast, free wireless internet.
- Shoulder dates
- If your stay requires extra nights before or after the nights of 28-31 January ("shoulder dates"), please let the organizers know via the fudcon-planning mailing list, or via IRC, so that we can arrange additional shoulder dates as needed.
The hotel features a complimentary airport shuttle. Please call the hotel at +1 (480) 966-2800 to make a shuttle inquiry if needed.
Note: There is no toll-free courtesy phone at the PHX airport for this shuttle. You must either place a call from a cell phone or toll phone at the airport, or you may call in advance. The hotel accepts reservations for the shuttle many days in advance. International visitors may wish to place their request for the shuttle a few days before travel.
Valley METRO Light Rail (on Wikipedia) Metro trains run between Dobson Road in Mesa and Bethany Home Road in Phoenix; the center of the line connects Sky Harbor International Airport with downtown Tempe.
- Metro trains run from the airport to downtown Tempe. The Mill station ("Mill Avenue and Third Street") is two very short blocks from the proposed hotel for FUDCon, Tempe Mission Palms.
- To board a train from the airport, take the Phoenix Airport Shuttle from any terminal to the Airport Metro station ("44th Street and Washington"). Detailed directions are located here.
- A one-ride pass for Metro (good on all local trains and buses) is $1.75; a full-day Metro pass is $3.50. Farecard machines accept credit and debit cards, and cash. 5-packs of full-day passes can be purchased online, in advance, for $17.50, and should be received within 5-7 days.
At the hotel
The Courtyard Tempe has a significant amount of parking and has told us that they don't believe there will be a problem accommodating some out of town drivers there.
Brickyard on Mill
The Brickyard on Mill is located at 699 S. Mill Ave., Tempe, AZ. The underground parking is accessible from both 6th and 7th streets. Parking signs are posted.
Rates are as follows:
- $1.50 Each half hour or fraction
- $12.00 Daily Maximum
- Event Parking as posted (for concerts, etc)
ASU Memorial Union
There are several lots available near the Memorial Union in which to park.
The ASU Parking Map shows parking by lot number. More information is available on the ASU Parking website. The ASU Memorial Union is located in the southern part of campus, and is labeled MU on the ASU parking map.
- Apache Boulevard Parking Structure. Payment is required Monday-Friday, 6am-10:30pm. Rate is $2/hr, with a maximum fee of $8. Cash, Visa, MasterCard and Sun Dollars accepted. Located on the north side Apache Boulevard, between College and Normal Avenues.
- Lot 19. NO OVERNIGHT PARKING. Lot is not staffed; you pay a machine. Parking available Mon-Sat, 7am-10pm, $2/hr, maximum of 12 hours. Located on the south side of Apache Boulevard, between College and Normal Avenues.
- Lot 17. One-day pass parking. Visitors may purchase a visitor day pass through MyParking Online Services. Day passes are valid all day for the date purchased, and must be printed by you (ie: not by ASU). Visitors who are not ASU students will have to create an account.
- Lot 13. Metered Parking. Meters are $1.50 per hour, some with a maximum of one-hour parking, others with a two-hour limit. All meters at the Tempe campus require payment from Mon-Sat, 7am-10pm. Meters accept nickels, dimes, and quarters. At Lemon St & Forest Ave.
- Lot 27. Metered Parking. Meters are $1.50 per hour, some with a maximum of one-hour parking, others with a two-hour limit. All meters at the Tempe campus require payment from Mon-Sat, 7am-10pm. Meters accept nickels, dimes, and quarters. Orange St, near McAllister Ave.
- Laptop with 802.11b/g wireless
- Extension cord (and North American power adapter, if from outside NA)
- Ethernet cable (for hotel and/or hackfest)
- Optional: Bring a Fedora Friend Finder (power strip)
- Credit card (VISA or MasterCard) or small amount of cash (ATMs are nearby the hotel and both ASU locations for the event)
- Your presentation slides or anything needed for the hackfest
- Casual clothes for the event
- Average highs near 68F/20C, average lows near 40F/4C
- Bring warmer clothing for nighttime (jackets, etc.)
- Optional: umbrella, there is occasional precipitation in January
- Average temperatures for Tempe, AZ
- International visitors:
If staying at the hotel:
- Optional: swimsuit, gym clothes.
- Most consumer plugs in the USA are Type B.
- This doesn't mean clothing is optional if you swim or exercise!
FUDCon is a community event in which the complete schedule is developed interactively starting with an opening orientation session. Attendance at orientation is recommended for those who are new to this format, or to FUDCon, Fedora, or free and open source software community events in general.
|Saturday, January 29, 2011|
|Technical sessions on Saturday are 50 minutes in length followed by a ten-minute break. There is a one-hour break for lunch, and an additional 30 minutes after the last session for people to converse or blog, before the final wrap-up session.|
|0900 - 1030||CDN 60||Orientation, BarCamp pitches and scheduling, and the Highly Esteemed Fedora Project Leader's World-Famous State of Fedora Address|
|1100 - 1150||Brickyard||Sessions block 1|
|1200 - 1250||Brickyard||Lunch|
|1300 - 1350||Brickyard||Sessions block 2|
|1400 - 1450||Brickyard||Sessions block 3|
|1500 - 1550||Brickyard||Sessions block 4|
|1600 - 1650||Brickyard||Sessions block 5|
|1800 - 2230||Sparky's||FUDPub|
|Sunday, January 30, 2011|
|Technical sessions on Sunday are 50 minutes in length followed by a ten-minute break. There is a one-hour break for lunch. After lunch the hackfests will begin.|
|0900 - 0950||Brickyard||Sessions block 6|
|1000 - 1050||Brickyard||Sessions block 7|
|1100 - 1150||Brickyard||Sessions block 8|
|1200 - 1300||Brickyard||Lunch|
|1300 - 1400||TBD||Lightning talks|
|1400 - 1800||Brickyard||Hackfests|
|Monday, January 31, 2011|
|0900 - 1800||Mem Union||Hackfests|
Technical sessions - Saturday/Sunday
For Audience Level, indicate whether your talk is appropriate for a beginner, intermediate (current skilled contributor), or expert level.
|Session Name||Description||Audience Level||Owner|
|Using mutt for gmail||How to configure and use mutt with gmail.||Beginner and up||Steven M. Parrish|
|Fedora on ARM||Running Fedora on very little electricity||Beginner and up||Paul Whalen Chris Tyler|
|Fedora and Seneca||How we're turning Fedora users into Fedora (and open source) contributors||Anyone||Chris Tyler|
|Designing UI mockups in Inkscape||Have an itch to scratch in your favorite UI but not sure how to mock it up? Learn how here. This session will focus more on technique and workflow rather than design principles.||Beginner and up||Máirín Duffy|
|Fedora cloud storage||Building your own storage cloud with Fedora.||Intermediate||Pete Zaitcev|
|Getting involved with Fedora Weekly News||Are you interested in contributing to FWN as a regular beat writer? Come to this session to find out what's involved, time commitment and workflow||Beginner and up||Pascal V. Calarco|
|Fedora Security Lab and the OSSTMM||This talk introduces how Information Security work can be done with the Fedora Security Lab and how you can contribute to it. It demonstrates the development state of the Fedora Security Lab and how the Fedora Security Lab implements and aids the OSSTMM.||this is for anyone who want to learn about FSL, or can/want to help me to improve it||JoergSimon|
|Fedora Ambassadors a global/regional challenge
(not sure if this belongs here?)
|Different cultures, different groups - one conduct and so many challenges. This is about how the Ambassadors group evolved over the years, what work was necessary to maintain the group in an healthy state and how we work torwards to face new challenges - and of course it will be a ground for discussions around this topic.||Intermediate||JoergSimon|
|Gimp as professional photo editing tool||took photos of a beautiful landscape and you want to propose it as supplementary wallpaper? Went to an event and want to enhance photos to use on your report? Learn how improove your photos||Intermediate||tatica|
|How to live with SELinux||what is SELinux, how does it works, how to implement the predefined policies and how to create custom policies?||Intermediate and up||Bert Desmet|
|My vision on the Fedora Project||my thoughts on the future of the Fedora Project (marketing, ambassadors, taking decisions, roundtable)||everybody involved||Bert Desmet|
|Getting started with Fedora Linux||installing Fedora, software, basic configuration, ...||Beginners||Bert Desmet|
|Effectively reporting installation bugs||trying a new alpha, beta, or rawhide release of Fedora and hit a problem? Learn how to effectively report installation bugs in Bugzilla and what tools are available to you for debugging||Everyone||David Cantrell|
|Anaconda - The Team||Meet the entire worldwide anaconda (installer) team and learn about what projects we are working on||Everyone||David Cantrell|
|Eclipse Fedora Packager Plugin||Learn how to use the brand new Eclipse plugins for Fedora packaging work||Everyone||Andrew Overholt|
|Sheepdog Distributed QEMU/KVM Block Storage||Introduction to Sheepdog including configuration, administration, design, and benchmarks in Fedora 15.||Intermediate and up||Steven Dake|
|Do you want to identify your possesions?||Learn the basics of one of UNIX's oldest games, and descend in to the dungeons for treasure and fame. Seasoned players also welcome :)||Everyone||Ryan Rix|
|The Future of Spins||What should Spins be going forward?||Everyone||Board|
|Using the SELinux Sandbox||How to confine any application using SElinux||Everyone||Dan Walsh|
|Writing SELinux Policy||Writing policy to confine an application or an administrator||Intermediate||Dan Walsh|
|What Have You Done For Me Lately?||Discussion of what Red Hat does to protect and enforce the Fedora trademark||Everyone||Pam Chestek|
|Red Hat Legal and Fedora||This talk discusses how Red Hat lawyers make decisions affecting Fedora. It explains our obligations to our client, why Fedora is so important to us, and why we occasionally make mistakes.||Everyone||Richard Fontana|
|IP Law for Hackers||An introduction to so-called intellectual property law (copyrights, trademarks, patents, etc.), focusing on the special legal issues faced by open source projects.||Everyone||Richard Fontana and Pam Chestek|
|Cloud Filesystem||How to turn a distributed filesystem into a cloud filesystem: security, multitenancy, replication, and other features.||Intermediate++||Jeff Darcy|
|BoxGrinder||Introduction to BoxGrinder – a tool for building appliances for various virtual and Cloud environments.||Everyone||Marek Goldmann|
|Software Management with Pulp||Pulp is comprehensive content repository and consumer management. Pulp allows administrators to create and maintain software repositories, bind client machines to those repositories, and install software from the repositories to the clients remotely. Pulp can manage hundreds of repositories, thousands of clients, and tens to hundreds of thousands of software packages on a single instance. This presentation will show how to install pulp, synchronize software packages, and install them on a client machine. It will delve into pulp's architecture, common use cases, and finish with leveraging the pulp api and Q&A.||Beginner and Up||Jason Connor and Jay Dobies|
|Fedora & FOSS in Latin America||Challenges and characteristics of the Fedora community in Latin America and the FOSS environment in that region.||Everyone||Igor Soares and Neville A. Cross|
|Writing storage tests||A training session for writing test cases for the installer's automatic storage test framework. This could spill over into a hackfest later should some good ideas come up or people need additional help.||intermediate (developers, testers, package maintainers)||Chris Lumens|
|AutoQA introduction||Introduction to AutoQA (automated quality assurance), how it's used in Fedora now, and upcoming changes on the roadmap.||Intermediate to Expert (programming experience required)||James Laska|
|Matahari||The Matahari project aims to provide a remote systems management interface utilizing the AMQP/qpid message bus and QMF modeling framework. It is intended to be cross platform and cross distro so that it can be adopted and utilized in many places. This presentation will give an overview of the project, description of the architecture and initial use cases and discuss future applications/usages.||Beginner and up||Perry Myers|
|The Next Big Fedora Engineering Project||Fedora Engineering (the group of folks who work full-time on Fedora) is trying to decide what our next big project should be. Our areas of expertise are Python, Web Applications, and Design. Listen as we give 5 minute lightning presentations on each of our ideas and afterwards, tell us what you think! We'll be picking at least one initiative and working with the Fedora community to bring it to life, but perhaps this will inspire you (or you will inspire us)!||Beginner and Up||Tom Callaway|
|Open-source in the molecular sciences||A look at how open-source software has revolutionized and accelerated modern biological science, in areas such as medical science, to agricultural development, genome sequencing and even astrobiology.||Beginner and Up||Parsa Hosseini|
|Lessons learned teaching middle-schoolers using Fedora||This session will review a multi-week course taught to a group of Girl Scouts using Fedora and will offer lessons learned and what-to-expect for those of you who have considered volunteering for a similar program.||Beginner and up||Máirín Duffy|
|Different species of Python||Interested in PyPy? Jython? IronPython? This session will take a tour through the various implementations of the Python language, comparing them, and hopefully segueing into a discussion of how to improve Fedora's support for them.||Intermediate; knowledge of python programming or packaging||Dave Malcolm|
|Strategies for securing a linux system||Want to protect your computer from attack? This session will present a few basic ways of improving system security (Will there be a projector available?)||Beginner to Intermediate||Donald Buchan|
|Cloud Management||Deltacloud, Aeolus (formerly Deltacloud Aggregator) and friends||Everyone||Chris Lalancette|
|Performance Tuning Basics||Getting started with an overview of the tools and techniques for system performance tuning.||Beginner to Intermediate||Curtis Zinzilieta|
|Migrating to Open Source||A general discussion on challenges, opportunities and tasks for migrating systems from proprietary platforms to Linux and Open Source. Will include reference cases, current business trends and environment, and a broad discussion of the Open Source Community and status. Please bring your questions or experiences to share!||Everyone||Curtis Zinzilieta|
|Future Goals for Fedora||Let's talk about where we want Fedora to go and what we want to achieve during the next couple of release cycles. Where should we be by Fedora 17 or 18? We'll talk through a currently list of proposed goals and brainstorm additional goals and discuss the feasibility and interest behind each goal. Fedora Board members will be present.||Everyone||Máirín Duffy + Fedora Board|
|Education Roundtable||A roundtable with professors and developers: come and join conversations on the challenges of Teaching Open Source!||Everyone||Mel Chua & Sebastian Dziallas|
|I want to keep on hacking but my hands hurt.||Want to continue contributing to open source for a long time, undaunted by hand/back/shoulder/arm pain? Learn body awareness, tools (including keyboards and workspace setups as well as open source software such as typing break reminders) and processes (how to relax during intensive IRC team meetings, keeping up with email lists without killing your hands) for contributing to FOSS without compromising your long-term physical ability to do so. This will be an experimental, hands-on session; bring your laptop. For those in pain and those who never want to be.||Everyone||Mel Chua (Sebastian Dziallas)|
|one vs. world||Communities exist all arround the world thanks to group collaboration, but how do you turn one excellent contributor into a teacher able to guide a world of amazing people into a sucessful community? So, lets teach leaders how to help 10 contributors||Everyone||tatica|
|Contribute with knowledge||Have you learn something awesome and want to show the world how to do it? why don't you record a podcast and spread it? Learn how to make easy tutorials that will contribute to make better collaborative teams/groups||Everyone||tatica|
|Asterisk Hacks||This talk will cover some cool things that you probably didn't know a telephone system could do.||Intermediate||Russell Bryant|
|Usability Stuff||Doesn't have a funny name yet, but this will be an introduction to basic usability principles, good practices, etc.||Beginner||Jef van Schendel|
|AppStream||AppStream is new cross distro initiative to make browsing and installing applications easier. This is basically a report about the first meeting and what is going on. There will be an brief overview over the architecture and what parts of Fedora or the Fedora infrastructure may need improvements to make that happen. This is all still brand new and contributors are welcome. Now is the time to make a difference!||Everyone||Florian Festi|
|Session Name||Description||Audience Level||Owner|
Lightning talks - Sunday
We'll do lightning talks after lunch on Sunday. These talks are to be no longer than 5 minutes, at which point we will gong you out. Talk about what you are passionate about — and it doesn't have to necessarily be Fedora.
The lightning talks will be administered by Ian Weller; official sign-ups for slots will be done after Saturday morning pitches.
You will have 5 minutes; slides are discouraged because they may take a while to set up, but if you really want to use slides, please send them to Ian well ahead of time. I highly recommend rehearsing your talk at least once.
|Talk name||Talker||Other comments|
|Why you should help me work on
|Cloud computing: Why you should give a damn||Mike McGrath|
Hackfests - Sunday & Monday
|Session Name||Session Leader||General Plan||Prerequisites, if any|
|Coding Dojo: Python||Toshio Kuratomi (abadger1999)||Large display or screen to show what's being hacked on, laptop hooked to screen, room for two people to pair program while being watched by an audience. A timekeeper. Hour to hour and a half to program and then discuss.|
|Coding Dojo: Ruby||Guillermo Gómez (gomix)||Large display or screen to show what's being hacked on, laptop hooked to screen, room for two people to pair program while being watched by an audience. A timekeeper. Hour to hour and a half to program and then discuss.|
|Improving L10N and I18N test cases||Igor Soares (igorps)||Large display or screen to show what's being created and edited, laptop hooked to screen. A timekeeper. Hour to hour and a half to create the test cases and then discuss.|
|TM Policy for secondary logos||Pam Chestek||Help craft better usage guidelines for the Fedora Remix, Foundations and FUDCon logos.|
|Installer Development Planning||David Cantrell (dcantrell)||We will be discussing large feature development for anaconda and would like involvement from virt developers, release engineering, and qa.||Seating for up to 20 (maybe more?), power outlets and distribution, network access via wired or wifi.|
|Fedora Board Meeting||Jared Smith (jsmith)||The Fedora Board will be having an in-person meeting for those Board members who are at FUDCon, and hope to have dial-in capabilities for those who aren't able to make it in person.||Room for a bunch of people, plus a telephone|
|RootFS/LiveCD/LiveUSB Hacking||Chris Tyler (ctyler)||The rootfs tools used by various secondary archs could be unified and share a common codebase with refactored LiveCD/LiveUSB tools (which also need some love for overlay issues). We're going to do some planning, design work, and hacking on these tools.||Whiteboard, network access.|
||Ian Weller||Let's give mw some features and make it useful for wiki editors who live and die by the console.|
|Governance hackfest||JoergSimon||work out strawman proposals for how Fedora is governed - focus to get better with logistics and budget management outside the US and make it manageable and available for all Groups inside the Fedora Project||seats for 10-20 people|
|Etherpad Hackathon, Part 2||Sebastian Dziallas (Mel Chua)||After the Hackathon at Olin, this is the second push for getting Etherpad packaged and into shape. We need packagers, java programmers, people who want to work on whipping documentation, as well as folks to legally review libraries.||Large display or screen to show what's being hacked on, laptop hooked to screen. Room for 10-ish people. This might be a longer session.|
|Fedora 15 Artwork Hackfest||Máirín Duffy||The design team selected a winning concept for F15's artwork: Nightingale. The due date for the alpha wallpaper is Feb 1, so let's hack on an alpha wallpaper together.||Projector, whiteboard, seats for at least 10 people.|
|Fedora Insight||Paul W. Frields||Complete peer-to-peer training for administration, discuss new Views and design progress, and outline future additions we might want||Network, seats for 4-8 people|
|Fedora Infrastructure||Stephen Smoogen||Where are we going over the next year||Whiteboard, seats for 4-8 people|
|Grand Unified Configuration Strategy||Jaroslav Reznik||How are we going to manage and configure our systems?||seats for 4-8 people|
|Fedora takes the RHCE||Clint Savage||Develop a plan and criteria for helping Fedorans take a RHCSA/RHCE exam.||Whiteboard (will bring a small one), post-it notes and a small room for 10-20 people|
|Xfce 4.8||Christoph Wickert||Squash bugs to make Xfce 4.8 in Fedora awesome, think about using the newly gained space on the Xfce Spin||Seats for 2-5 people, small but longer session|
|Session Name||Session Leader||General Plan||Prerequisites, if any|
Hospitality suite - Friday through Sunday
We'll welcome guests on Friday evening at the hotel, at our hospitality suite in the hotel's Meeting Room A. You'll be able to pick up information packets there, as well as your FUDCon badge and other free goodies. We'll get you oriented with maps and answer your other questions, and we'll have snacks and beverages for you as well. The suite will be available nightly throughout the conference for hacking, gaming, and so on.
Gaming - Friday and Sunday night (Saturday is FUDPub)
Meet your fellow Fedorans and enjoy some of the geekiest board games we can find (or at least, what spot brings along from his collection). We'll setup in the Hospitality Suite, first come, first serve sort of thing. If you want to bring a game, please, feel free, but to avoid unnecessary duplication, please add entries to this list.
FUDPub - Saturday
- Sparky's Den
- Sparky's Den is in the Memorial Union building (where the Monday proceedings will be held). It features plenty of games and amusements such as bowling, billiards, ping-pong, video games, and pinball. There should be plenty of room for everyone attending.
- We will be treating everyone to food, provided by the ASU catering service, and soft drinks. We look forward to winding down from the first day of FUDCon fun with all of you!
This event is run in general accordance with our other FUDCon events, which have their own set of pages for administration.
FUDCon is planned openly and transparently. Anyone is welcome to attend and participate in the meetings. All attendees are expected to be polite and constructive. Planning happens through email and IRC:
- Planning via email is done on the fudcon-planning list, which is open to participants to join.
- Regular IRC meetings are held on Monday at 3:00pm US-Eastern time (regardless of UTC) in .
- IRC meeting agenda is set from the FUDCon planning Trac, using all tickets with the na-meeting keyword set. To add something to the agenda, file a new ticket (if required) and add the na-meeting keyword. Here is the current agenda.
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