Lightning talks are short presentations given by different people. Slides are discouraged and the time limit is rigidly enforced - you will be cut off when time is called.
Depending on the number of people interested in presenting, the lightning talks will last anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes. If you have a preference on the length, list that in the table below.
The lightning talks will be from 16:00 to 16:50 in BarCamp A. If you have slides, you need to get them to tflink by 15:30 or you will not be able to use them. We won't be switching laptops around during the 50 minutes and you'll need to talk to tflink if you need something for a demo.
Proposed Lightning Talks
|Remote Installation||An upcoming QA tool to support download-less installation testing||Tim Flink||either|
|Mock Fedora Infrastructure||Writing a tool that depends on Fedora Infrastructure? Mock it out for fun and for profit!||Tim Flink||either|
|Drive! Maintaining Motivation in OSS||What motivates people to contribute and how can you encourage them to continue?||Dan Allen||either|
|Pyrasite||Inject arbitrary code into a running Python process.||Luke Macken||either|
|openshift-quickstarter||Deploy 22 different frameworks & applications to the OpenShift Cloud with a single command||Luke Macken||either|
|FOSS@RIT: Student/Academic Engagement||Overview of engagement strategies to work with students and staff at RIT on FOSS projects and campaigns.||Remy DeCausemaker||either?|
|Narcissus||Lighttpd request visualization over COMET with moksha.||Ralph Bean||either|
|Leafy Miracle||Fedora packages, relationships, miraculous!||Ralph Bean||either|