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FUDCon FOSDEM 2007

Fedora has secured a devroom for the FOSDEM event already sharing with Centos.

Location and Date

  • Brussels, Belgium
  • Feb 24-25, 2007


Schedule - Saturday

Time Presenter Developer
14:00 - 15:00 Centos
15:00 - 16:00 ChitleshGoorah

MaxSpevack
Introduction to Fedora - File:FUDCon FUDConBrussels2007 ChitSlide-mspevack.odp Slides]
16:00 - 17:00 Centos
17:00 - 18:00 JensKuehnel Fedora Directory Server
18:00 - 18:30 Centos
18:30 - 19:00 Centos

Schedule - Sunday

Time Presenter Developer
09:00 - 10:00 TomTromey Java Status on Fedora
10:00 - 11:00 Centos
11:00 - 12:00 MaxSpevack Fedora's plans for 2007 + Q&A - no slides
13:00 - 14:00 Centos
13:00 - 14:00 ThomasCanniot Introduction to the local organisation of Fedora French Users - File:FUDCon FUDConBrussels2007 intro-fedora.odp Slides]
14:00 - 15:00 Centos
15:00 - 16:00 AlasdairKergon Logical Volume Management - no slides
16:00 - 17:00 Centos
17:00 - 17:30 ChitleshGoorah Fedora European Team
17:30 - 18:00 Bryn Reeves SystemTap on Fedora - File:FUDCon FUDConBrussels2007 bryn.odp Slides]

Speakers at FOSDEM

Introduction of Fedora

  • Subject: Introduction of Fedora and what the project will present at the booth

2 speakers:

  • Speaker: ChitleshGoorah (photo )
  • email : chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org
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  • Abstract : ChitleshGoorah is a Fedora Project Ambassador.
  • Bio : ChitleshGoorah was the Kadischi maintainer. Now he works on the F7 KDE Spin and is making Fedora a platform for Scientific/Electronic Simulation tools with the best of open source software.
  • Blog : http://clunixchit.blogspot.com
  • Speaker: MaxSpevack
  • email : mspevack [AT] redhat DOT com
  • Abstract : MaxSpevack is the Fedora Project Leader.
  • Bio : MaxSpevack is the Fedora Project Leader where he chairs the Fedora Project Board, which determines the overall direction of the Fedora Project and provides guidance, leadership, and resources to a wide variety of sub-projects.
  • Blog : http://spevack.livejournal.com/


Fedora Directory Server

  • Speaker: Jens Kuehnel
  • email : jens [AT] kuehnel DOT org
  • Subject: Fedora Directory Server
  • Abstract : He is a Linux and Windows trainer.
  • Bio : He masters all Linux and Unix derivatives, Security and Windows Linux Unix integration.
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Java Status on Fedora

  • Speaker: TomTromey
  • email : tromey [AT] redhat DOT com
  • Subject: Java Status on Fedora
  • His head : tromey.png
  • Abstract : Tom Tromey is one of the maintainers of GNU gcj.
  • Bio : Tom Tromey is one of the maintainers of GNU gcj. He works on gcj, Classpath, and, occasionally, Eclipse, for Red Hat.
  • Blog : http://tromey.com/blog


Fedora's plans for 2007 + Q&A

  • Speaker: MaxSpevack (photo )
  • email : mspevack [AT] redhat DOT com
  • Subject: Fedora's plans for 2007, the roadmap, the goals, and Q&A about any topic related to Fedora.
  • Abstract : MaxSpevack is the Fedora Project Leader.
  • Bio : MaxSpevack is the Fedora Project Leader where he chairs the Fedora Project Board, which determines the overall direction of the Fedora Project and provides guidance, leadership, and resources to a wide variety of sub-projects.
  • Blog :

Introduction to the local organisation of Fedora French Users

  • Speaker : ThomasCanniot
  • His head : ThomasCanniot.png
  • Subject : The presentation will deal about how a local community is organising itself to promote Fedora locally. As soon as a new team has given itself the appropriate tools to promote Fedora on the web, it was ready to spread the right words about the principles that govern the Fedora Community.
  • email: thomas.canniot [AT] laposte DOT net
  • Abstract : ThomasCanniot is the webmaster of the French Fedora Core related website.
  • Bio : ThomasCanniot is one of the most influent ambassador of the French Fedora Community. He is also the leader of the French Translation team and is a member of the Documentation Project.
  • Blog : http://mrtomlinux.org/index.php
  • URL : http://www.fedora-fr.org

Logical Volume Management

  • Speaker : AlasdairKergon
  • Subject : Upcoming enhancements to LVM2 and device-mapper.
  • email : agk [AT] fedoraproject DOT org
  • Abstract : LVM2 is the disk volume manager used by both Fedora and CentOS. This presentation will discuss ideas for enhancements to both kernel and userspace packages, including a summary of work already in progress as well as some 'blue sky' thinking. Come along and share your ideas!
  • Bio : AlasdairKergon has worked on linux logical volume management since joining Sistina Software in 2001. Now employed by Red Hat in the UK, he is responsible for the development and maintenance of LVM2 and device-mapper.

Fedora European Contributors status

  • Speaker: ChitleshGoorah
  • His head: chit.png
  • email : chitlesh [AT] fedoraproject DOT org
  • Subject: Fedora European Contributors objectives, goals and more. This presentation will be more like a debate.
  • Abstract : ChitleshGoorah is a Fedora Project Ambassador.
  • Bio : ChitleshGoorah was the Kadischi maintainer. Now he works on the F7 KDE Spin and is making Fedora a platform for Scientific/Electronic Simulation tools with the best of open source software.
  • Blog : http://clunixchit.blogspot.com


SystemTap

  • Speaker: Bryn Reeves
  • His head: <looking now>
  • email: breeves [AT] redhat DOT com
  • Abstract: SystemTap is a tool for gathering and investigating system-wide information about a running Linux system. SystemTap eliminates the tedious instrument, compile, reinstall, reboot sequence involved in data collection.
  • Bio: Bryn Reeves is a software maintenance engineer in Red Hat's Global Support Services. He contributes to a number of Open Source projects, including the kernel, device-mapper and LVM2.