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SC2010 Schedule

28 Jul in Community, Misc

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The following is the schedule for this year's Open Source Technology showcase - SC2010. It takes place on August 14th in Ottawa. Click the register button for more details.

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Time Room: DMS 1160 Room: DMS 1150 Room: DMS 1140
0900 Registration
1000 Welcome session in DMS 1160
1030 Pete Forde (Unspace)

Data Literacy

(or, how to save the world and get crazy rich at the same time)

David Maxwell (NetBSD Board Member)

The NetBSD Way

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1100 Aaron Seigo (KDE)

Managing a Meta-Project: A KDE Case Study

Geoff Zeiss (Autodesk)

Open Web-searchable GeoData

Dru Lavigne (PC-BSD Project)

Getting Started in an Open Source Community

1130 James Westby (Canonical/Ubuntu)

Linaro: what is it, and why should it matter to you

Andrew Ross (Ingres/FOSSLC)

Managing map data in a database

Mekki MacAulay (York University)

Every Eyeball Has Value!: The User as a Passive Participant in Open Source Ecosystems

1200 Lunch
1300 Emma Jane Hogbin (Hicktech/Drupal)

Basic Design for Drupal

Steven Singer

Introduction to OpenStreetMap

Russell McOrmond (Flora)

Why legal protection for technical measures is controversial

1330 Wayne Beaton (Eclipse Foundation)

Helios: The Eclipse Simultaneous Release

Doug Inkster (Ingres)

Ingres VectorWise - Database on Steroids

Thomas Prowse (Gowlings)

Commons Knowledge™ - bringing clarity to the legal complexity of open source software licenses

1400 David Maxwell (Coverity)

Software speaks - are you listening?

Shahzad Khan (Whyztech)

Open Source Industrial Grade Search Engine Technologies

Open Source IP interactive workshop

(esp. good for entrepreneurs)

1430 Rohit Kapoor (Red Hat)

SOA Wizardry with JBoss and Open Source Software

Pascal St-Jean

Wiki Based Collaborative Platform-Driven Applications By End-Users and Business Analysts

1500 Break
1515 Aaron Seigo (KDE)

The KDE 4 Show: An Overview of Where the Free Software Desktop Is Going

Taking place in DMS 1160

1630 Scott Chacon (GitHub)

Git 101

Taking place in DMS 1160

17:15 Prize Raffle in DMS 1160

Dinner at 18:30

A dinner for speakers, sponsors, and volunteers will be taking place at 18:30 at a nearby Italian restaurant. You're welcome to join us - tickets to do so are available in advance. This is a great opportunity to meet the speakers and other like-minded people over a good meal.

Pub Night

Everyone is welcome to join us after dinner for a pub-night. This takes place starting at 21:00.