Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023

schedule

Main Track - Janson


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday How regulating software for the European market could impact FOSS The ELISA Project - Enabling Linux in Safety Applications
Projects insights and overview
Linux Inlaws
A how-to on world domination by accident
Similarity Detection in Online Integrity
Fighting abusive content with algorithms
Teaching machines to handle bugs and test Firefox more efficiently.
Using machine learning to automate bug management, test selection, and more.
Sustaining Free and Open Source Software
Exploring Community, Financial, and Engineering Practices
Perspectives from the Open Source Developer
A Window into the Developer Experience from Linux Foundation Research
Sunday Open Source in Environmental Sustainability
Preserving climate and natural resources with openness
Making the world a better place through Open Source
Focusing the unique power of Open Source Communities as force of social good in today's complex geopolitical landscape
Building Strong Foundations for a More Secure Future
Addressing The Systemic Issues in the Software Supply Chain that Led to Log4Shell
Rosegarden: A Slumbering Giant
How a 20-year old OSS project is still going strong
Podcasting 2.0: it's all about Interoperability
How Podcasting 2.0 will save the Open Internet
Decentralized Social Media with Hachyderm
The unexpected Mastodon cooperative that broke Silicon Valley
Running a Hybrid Event with Open Source
The Plumbers Experience
Matrix 2.0
How we’re making Matrix go voom
Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  How regulating software for the European market could impact FOSS Romuald Vandepoel, Maarten Aertsen 11:00 12:50
  The ELISA Project - Enabling Linux in Safety Applications
Projects insights and overview
Philipp Ahmann 13:00 13:50
  Linux Inlaws
A how-to on world domination by accident
Christoph Zimmermann, Martin Visser 14:00 14:50
  Similarity Detection in Online Integrity
Fighting abusive content with algorithms
Alberto Massidda 15:00 15:50
  Teaching machines to handle bugs and test Firefox more efficiently.
Using machine learning to automate bug management, test selection, and more.
Marco Castelluccio 16:00 16:50
  Sustaining Free and Open Source Software
Exploring Community, Financial, and Engineering Practices
Abigail Cabunoc Mayes 17:00 17:50
  Perspectives from the Open Source Developer
A Window into the Developer Experience from Linux Foundation Research
Hilary Carter 18:00 18:50

Sunday

  Open Source in Environmental Sustainability
Preserving climate and natural resources with openness
Tobias Augspurger 09:00 09:50
  Making the world a better place through Open Source
Focusing the unique power of Open Source Communities as force of social good in today's complex geopolitical landscape
Gabriele Columbro 10:00 10:50
  Building Strong Foundations for a More Secure Future
Addressing The Systemic Issues in the Software Supply Chain that Led to Log4Shell
Brian Behlendorf 11:00 11:50
  Rosegarden: A Slumbering Giant
How a 20-year old OSS project is still going strong
Richard Bown 12:00 12:50
  Podcasting 2.0: it's all about Interoperability
How Podcasting 2.0 will save the Open Internet
Benjamin Bellamy 13:00 13:50
  Decentralized Social Media with Hachyderm
The unexpected Mastodon cooperative that broke Silicon Valley
Kris Nóva 14:00 14:50
  Running a Hybrid Event with Open Source
The Plumbers Experience
James Bottomley 15:00 15:50
  Matrix 2.0
How we’re making Matrix go voom
Matthew Hodgson 16:00 16:50