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If you would like to schedule a hack-a-thon, BOF, or similar event, please let us know via email to papers@bsdcan.org.

All talks are held in Morisset Hall at University of Ottawa. Here is a map. We also have a map showing the parking areas and the Royal Oak. And another map showing the downtown area with pointers to the pubs we will be visiting.

All cafe/pub activities are optional and you pay for your own food/drinks. People not attending the conference are welcome to join us at those events.

Thursday 13 May 2004

Time

Event

1 pm

lunch at Royal Oak on Laurier for those already in town (call 613-863-9741 for details)

3:30 PM

Registration Desk opens - Royal Oak, 161 Laurier Ave. E. 230-9223

8:00 PM

Registration desk closes

Friday 14 May 2004

Time

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

9:00 AM

registration desk opens - Morisset Hall, outside room 221

10:00 AM

Automated source branch selection using SH/CVS

IP Law and Innovation

Network Buffer Allocation in the FreeBSD Operating System

11:00 AM

break

break

break

11:30 AM

Introduction to pseudo and stackable file systems under BSD

The NetBSD cross platform build environment

Using Bacula over untrusted networks

12:30 PM

lunch

lunch

lunch

2:00 PM

GEOM

Raising Awareness About BSD in the Government of Canada

Network Security Monitoring with Sguil

3:00 PM

break

break

break

3:30 PM

GBDE

Slony-I, a new enterprise level replication system

BSD and IPv6: security perspective

4:30 PM

IPsec BOF

Open Source in Government BOF

NFSv4 BOF

5:30 PM

drinks/dinner
Black Thorn
15 Clarence St., Byward Market, 613 241-0712

You must arrive by 6:30 to be sure of a table.

Saturday 15 May 2004

Time

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

9:00 AM

registration desk opens - Morisset Hall, outside room 221

10:00 AM

libpcap 1.0 BOF

Trusted Operating System Features

The FreeBSD GEOM Disk I/O Subsystem (tutorial)

11:00 AM

break

break

--

11:30 AM

The Reusable Appliance Platform for Internet Devices (RAPID)

Developing a wireless community group: a social and technical perspective

--

12:30 PM

lunch

lunch

lunch

2:00 PM

Extreme Programming in a Geographically Dispersed Project

Introduction to pf

Using FreeBSD to provide Firewall and VPN services for an advertising agency

3:00 PM

break

break

break

3:30 PM

A Software Approach to Distributing Requests for DNS Service using GNU Zebra, ISC BIND 9 and FreeBSD

Exploit Mitigation Techniques

Talk on encrypted filesystems w/ comparison paper

4:30 PM

All conference assembly
followed by
Key signing

5:30 PM

drinks/dinner
Patty Bolands
101 Clarence St., Byward Market, 613 789-7822

You must arrive by 6:30 to be sure of a table.

Sunday 16 May 2004

Time

Event

9:00 AM

Breakfast for those still in town

11:00 AM

social events to be decided

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