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During the conference there are 25 talks organized in two tracks. We will try to satisfy everbody's interest by taking your personal talk-votes into account (only registered users can vote). So please vote so that we can try to do our best. Registering for the conference is the main goal of this website, so please do so, and keep us motivated to get the conference rolling.

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Tutorial Schedule (Friday 29th oct)

8:00

Registration Opening
9:00 R E G I S T R A T I O N Using IPV6
on BSD
Debugging
kernel problems
Content Management
mit TYPO3...
12:30
LUNCH BREAK
13:30 Using IPV6
on BSD
Debugging
kernel problems
Content Management
mit TYPO3...
Hands-on CVS
17:00

Saturday 30th oct

8:30 Registration Opening
R E G I S T R A T I O N Track A Track B
9:30 Opening
9:45 Jordan Hubbard, Apple Computer Inc.: Keynote
10:45 R E G I S T R A T I O N Coffee Break
11:15 Antti Kantee: Using Application-Driven Checkpointing Logic for Hot Spare High Availability Emmanuel Dreyfus: MacOS X binary compatibility on NetBSD
12:00 Alistair Crooks, Valeriy Ushakov: NetBSD and Handheld Platforms Soren Jorvang: The flaf filesystem
12:45 Lunch Break
14:00 Alistair Crooks: A Portable Packaging System Adrian Penisoara: Integrating ALTQ QoS into FreeBSD
14:45 Krister Walfridsson: Cross-building packages Dirk Meyer: Lightweight FreeBSD package cluster in a jail
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Dirk Meyer Making life easy with FreeBSD filesystem snapshots Yannick Cadin: DHCP: Unexplored Capacities
16:45 Dru Lavigne: But I am not a developer...how can I contribute to open source? Henning Brauer: A secure BGP implementation
17:30 End Saturday
17:45 Meeting Hotel Lobby for conference dinner
18:00 conference dinner, social event

Sunday 31st oct

Track A Track B
9:15 Hubert Feyrer: vulab - SysAdmin Education in the Virtual Unix Lab Robert Watson: The TrustedBSD MAC Framework: Extensible Kernel Access Control for FreeBSD and Darwin
10:00 Jan Schaumann: NetBSD/Desktop: Scalable workstation solutions. Sold Christoph: Integrating Monitoring Data
10:45 Coffee Break
11:15 Brooks Davis: The Challenges of Dynamic Network Interfaces Stucchi Massimiliano, Matteo Riondato: FreeSBIE - A code walkthrough and a case study
12:00 Ignatios Souvatzis: NetBSD Status Report
12:45 Lunch Break
14:00 Ignatios Souvatzis: A machine-independent port of the SR language run time system to NetBSD Joshua LeVasseur: Unmodified Device Driver Reusage via Virtual Machines
14:45 Alistair Crooks: The A-tree - a Simpler, More Efficient B-tree Adrian Penisoara: Handling FreeBSDs latest firewall semantics and frameworks
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 Closing Session, Best Paper award
16:59 EOC