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Linux 2002
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4 - 7 July 2002
Bristol

Final Programme

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Thursday, 4 July

09:00
Tutorial Registration
09:30-11:00
TUTORIAL: How to write Shared Libraries Ulrich Drepper - glibc maintainer, Red Hat
11:00-11:30
Coffee break
11:30-13:00
continued
13:00-14:00
Lunch
13:30-14:00
Tutorial Registration
14:00-15:30
TUTORIAL: Thin Clients in a GNU/Linux Environment with the Linux Terminal Server Project (LTSP) Jim McQuillan - LTSP Founder
15:30-16:00
Coffee break
16:00-17:30
continued
17:30
End of session

Friday, 5 July

08:45
Registration
09:15-10:40
WORKSHOP: Linux Printing using CUPS
(free of charge - just turn up on the day)
Kurt Pfeifle - Danka Deutschland GmbH
10:40-11:00
Coffee break
11:00-12:00
continued
12:00-12:40
Lunch
12:00
Conference Registration and Exhibition
12:40-13:20
RAS round-up from the IBM Linux Technology Centre Richard J Moore - IBM UK Ltd.
13:20-14:00
Exim 4 Philip Hazel - University of Cambridge Computing Service
14:00-14:10
Break
14:10-14:50
Gnome 2.0: Coming to a Desktop near you! Michael Meeks - Ximian
14:50-15:10
RAD Development for Linux Jason Vokes - Borland
15:10-15:45
Coffee break
15:45-16:25
Running Linux on AMD's x86-64 Architecture Bo Thorsen - SuSE Labs (Denmark)
16:25-17:05
Dynamic Binary Translation Mark Probst (Austria)
17:05-17:45
Linux-ABI: Support for Non-native Applications Christoph Hellwig (Germany)
17:45-18:00
Break
18:00-18:40
Buried alive in patches: Six months picking up the pieces of the Linux 2.5 kernel. Dave Jones - SuSE Labs
18:40-19:30
Panel Discussion: The Linux Kernel Marcelo Tosatti (2.4 maintainer, Brazil) and others
19:30
End of Session

Saturday, 6 July

09:30
Exhibition
10:00-10:40
Ten things to do with a Dead PC in Bristol: Using Linux in Undergraduate Teaching Craig Duffy - Bristol UWE
10:40-11:20
Bristol's Nomadic Network: Building a Secure, Seamless & Scaleable Wireless LAN Josh Howlett - University of Bristol
10:00-10:40
LEGO Programming with Open Source Tools Stephen Coast - University College London
10:40-11:20
Subversion: A Version Control System Replacing CVS Sander Striker (Netherlands)
11:20-11:50
Coffee Break
11:50-12:30
Using the Linux Terminal Server Project in a Development Environment Mike Banahan - GBdirect Ltd.
12:30-13:10
Experiences of Using PHP in Large Websites Aaron Crane - GBdirect Ltd.
11:50-12:30
The MathMap Image Manipulation Language Mark Probst (Austria)
12:30-13:10
Technologies For Building Open-Source Massively Multiplayer Games Alistair Riddoch and James Turner
13:10-14:10
Lunch
14:10-14:35
Tux's new Playground: Linux for PlayStation 2 Sarah Ewen - Sony
14:35-15:35
The GNU Hurd Marcus Brinkmann (Germany)
15:35-16:15
The Bugzilla Story: Evolution under Pressure Gervase Markham - mozilla.org
14:10-14:35
Attacking Linux Servers Nils Magnus (Germany)
14:35-15:35
Securing Linux Servers Nigel Edwards - Internet Security Solutions Division, Hewlett-Packard
15:35-16:15
GRID Computing Ruediger Berlich (Germany)
16:15-16:45
Coffee Break
16:45-17:25
KDEPrint: Ready for professional Desktop and Enterprise Network Printing requirements Kurt Pfeifle - Danka Deutschland GmbH
17:25-18:15
FreeDCE Luke Leighton - Samba TNG
18:15-18:55
Free Telephony and GNU Bayonne David Sugar
16:45-17:25
Using RT to Keep Track of Bugs, Ideas, Users, and Your Life in General Simon Myers - GBdirect Ltd.
17:25-18:55
Zope 3: Component Architecture with a Twist Stephan Richter
18:55
End of Session

Sunday, 7 July

09:30
Exhibition
10:00-10:50
glibc2.3 Ulrich Drepper - glibc maintainer, Red Hat
10:50-11:30
Valgrind: An Open-Source Memory Debugger for x86-linux Julian Seward - bzip2 and Valgrind author
11:30-12:00
Coffee Break
12:00-12:40
The Easy Way to make Embedded Distributions: emdebsys Wookey - Aleph One Ltd.
12:40-13:20
DotGNU and you: The Future of Web Services for Free Software David Sugar - Chairman, FSF DotGNU steering committee
13:20-14:10
MySQL: The Commercial OpenSource Database David Axmark - MySQL AB (Sweden)
14:10-14:15
Closing Remarks
14:15
End of Conference

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