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Revision as of 17:44, 29 January 2011

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Requested session times

Do not add sessions to this list without talking to organizers in #fudcon-planning first

  • IP Law for Hackers, Pam Chestek, Sunday, 10 a.m.

Saturday

BYAC 110 (capacity 82) BYAC 150 (capacity 69) BYAC 260 (capacity 43) BYAC 270 (capacity 61)
09:00–10:30 In CDN 60: Orientation, BarCamp pitches and scheduling, and the Fedora Project Leader's State of Fedora address
11:00–11:50 Fedora on ARM / Paul Whalen — Fedora on OLPC / M Langhoff BoxGrinder / Marek Goldmann Performance tuning basics / Curtis Zinzilieta Open Source Anthropology / Diana Harrelson
12:00–12:50 Lunch
13:00–13:50 Future Fedora and Reducing Bureaucracy / Max Spevack and the Fedora Board Sheepdog (Distributed QEMU/KVM block storage) / Steven Dake AutoQA introduction / James Laska Education übertalk / Chris Tyler, Máirín Duffy, Mel Chua and Sebastian Dziallas
14:00–14:50
15:00–15:50
16:00–16:50
19:00–23:00 FUDPub

Sunday

BYAC 110 (capacity 82) BYAC 150 (capacity 69) BYAC 260 (capacity 43) BYAC 270 (capacity 61)
09:00–09:50
10:00–10:50
11:00–11:50
12:00–12:50 Lunch
13:00–14:00 At TBA: Lightning Talks!
14:00–17:00 Hackfests

Monday

MU 226 "Graham" MU 236 "Mohave" MU 238 "Apache" MU 240 "Navajo" MU 242 "La Paz" MU 246 "Coconino"
09:00–12:00 Hackfests
12:00–13:00 Lunch
13:00–17:00 Hackfests