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On this page we gather all the talk and workshop proposals for FUDCon:Zurich_2010's fixed agenda on Friday and Saturday.


Sessions

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Add your session NOW!
ANYONE can propose a session, including YOU. Just pick a topic near and dear to your heart and propose it here right now.
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Deadline on 2010-07-31!
Please add your talk/workshop session to the table below before end of July. There's no deadline for barcamp sessions, tho.


When adding a session please keep in mind that the general audience is very mixed: users and contributors, beginners and experts, hackers and artists - to just name a few. Use the description and the audience level to make sure the right audience shows up.

A single session takes 45 minutes (followed by a 15 minutes break to change rooms and for the next speaker to get ready). If you do a hands-on workshop (note: not a hackfest) it can be 1h45 instead - please add a note if you need that kind of slot.

Session Name Description Audience Level Type of Session Preferred day/time Owner
Example Session This is only here to give people an idea how to fill in this table. one of: beginner/intermediate/expert one of: talk/workshop one of: Fri/Sat/barcamp(Sun), morning/afternoon (i.e. 09:00-12:00/13:00-17:00) Example Guy
Fedora Future The FPL presents a vision for the next 12-18 months for Fedora beginner/intermediate talk keynote FPL
Fedora Management and Configuration Interface DBus based configuration interface, next-gen system config tools intermediate talk barcamp Jaroslav Reznik
Perl in Fedora Dual-lived modules, news from perl 5.12, ... intermediate talk barcamp Marcela Mašláňová
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 talk barcamp Bert Desmet
Fedora campus ambassadors roundtable about the campus ambassadors project everyone workshop Bert Desmet
Augeas Augeas from the point of package maintainer writing lenses for its config file everyone talk barcamp Ivana Hutarova Varekova