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Austin, TX

Wednesday Birds of a Feather sessions

7:00pm–9:00pm Wednesday, 05/18/2016
Location: Meeting Rooms on Levels 3 and 4
Average rating: *****
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Birds of a Feather (BoF) sessions, happening Monday and Wednesday, provide face-to-face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. BoFs can be organized for individual projects or broader topics (best practices, open data, standards, etc.). BoFs are entirely up to you. We post your topic and provide the space and time. You provide the engaging topic.

You may submit your BoF in advance to reserve your slot. There will also be a schedule board onsite, located at the Level Four meeting rooms near registration, where you can sign up for your own BoF in any of the open slots. Please note, BoFs are informal talks that will not have A/V provided.

Wednesday Schedule
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Mtg Room 4: Feeding the dragon: Data feeds, automation, and visualization for decision support

Mtg Room 5: Distributed tracing with Pinpoint

Mtg Room 9C: Sustainable Open Source. Coders eat food, not Free Puppy Projects

Mtg Room 10 A/B: Open Development Analytics for Open Source and Inner Source software development

Mtg Room 12: Open source in government

Mtg Room 14: Software Distribution: Past, Present and Future

Mtg Room 16B: An OpenStack Cloud Your Developers AND Your Administrators Could Love

Mtg Room 17B: Elastic Stack BoF

8:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Mtg Room 4: The Rust programming language

Mtg Room 5: How to not be slimy: Guidelines/Best Practices for companies with Floss-based offerings

Mtg Room 9C: Inner sourcing – Share your stories, your challenges and help brainstorm ideas for making this work

Mtg Room 10 A/B: Neo4j hackathon: demos, discussion, prizes

Mtg Room 12: My experiments with using Eclipse OMR technology in SUMPP

Mtg Room 14: Academic networking (for grad students)

Mtg Room 16B: Open Source, Standards and collaborative outcomes

Mtg Room 17B: Redi Geo and Redis Modules

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Edward Horvath
05/16/2016 6:35am CDT

I’d like to discuss PaaS in academic institutions. What have you seen/done/wanted? Built or bought? We’re picking one at UT (or integrating OS components to do it). Look for a BoF Wednesday evening.

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Sumana Harihareswara
02/22/2016 9:12am CST

I’d be interested in running a release management workshop as a BoF — we’d consense on descriptions of what inadequate, minimal, solid, and awesome processes would look like, and lead our projects through the first step to improve our release processes. Anyone interested?