Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

Janson


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:00 18:50 Keynotes, Communications, Hardware
Sunday 09:00 17:50 Keynotes, Miscellaneous, Online Privacy
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Can Anyone Live in Full Software Freedom Today?
Confessions of Activists Who Try But Fail to Avoid Proprietary Software
FLOSS, the Internet and the Future Blockchain: The Ethical Considerations Mattermost’s Approach to Layered Extensibility in Open Source Matrix in the French State
What happens when a government adopts open source & open standards for all its internal communication?
DNS over HTTPS - the good, the bad and the ugly
Why, how, when and who gets to control how names are resolved
Netflix and FreeBSD
Using Open Source to Deliver Streaming Video
The TPM2 software community
Getting started as a user, becoming a contributor
Mender - an open source OTA software update manager for IoT
Sunday SSPL, Confluent License, CockroachDB License and the Commons Clause
Is it freedom to choose to be less free?
Solid: taking back the Web through decentralization
App development as we know it will radically change
The Current and Future Tor Project
Updates from the Tor Project
Algorithmic Sovereignty and the state of community-driven open source development
Is there a radical interface pedagogy for algorithmic governementality?
Open Source at DuckDuckGo
Raising the Standard of Trust Online
Crostini: A Linux Desktop on ChromeOS Open Source C#, .NET, and Blazor - everywhere PLUS WebAssembly The Cloud is Just Another Sun 2019 - Fifty years of Unix and Linux advances

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Can Anyone Live in Full Software Freedom Today?
Confessions of Activists Who Try But Fail to Avoid Proprietary Software
Keynotes 10:00 10:50
  FLOSS, the Internet and the Future Keynotes 11:00 11:50
  Blockchain: The Ethical Considerations Keynotes 12:00 12:50
  Mattermost’s Approach to Layered Extensibility in Open Source Communications 13:00 13:50
  Matrix in the French State
What happens when a government adopts open source & open standards for all its internal communication?
Communications 14:00 14:50
  DNS over HTTPS - the good, the bad and the ugly
Why, how, when and who gets to control how names are resolved
Communications 15:00 15:50
  Netflix and FreeBSD
Using Open Source to Deliver Streaming Video
Communications 16:00 16:50
  The TPM2 software community
Getting started as a user, becoming a contributor
Hardware 17:00 17:50
  Mender - an open source OTA software update manager for IoT Hardware 18:00 18:50

Sunday

  SSPL, Confluent License, CockroachDB License and the Commons Clause
Is it freedom to choose to be less free?
Online Privacy 09:00 09:50
  Solid: taking back the Web through decentralization
App development as we know it will radically change
Online Privacy 10:00 10:50
  The Current and Future Tor Project
Updates from the Tor Project
Online Privacy 11:00 11:50
  Algorithmic Sovereignty and the state of community-driven open source development
Is there a radical interface pedagogy for algorithmic governementality?
Online Privacy 12:00 12:50
  Open Source at DuckDuckGo
Raising the Standard of Trust Online
Online Privacy 13:00 13:50
  Crostini: A Linux Desktop on ChromeOS Miscellaneous 14:00 14:50
  Open Source C#, .NET, and Blazor - everywhere PLUS WebAssembly Miscellaneous 15:00 15:50
  The Cloud is Just Another Sun Keynotes 16:00 16:50
  2019 - Fifty years of Unix and Linux advances Keynotes 17:00 17:50