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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.

A map of the SITE building may be useful.

Wednesday 10 May 2006

Time

Event

All day

FreeBSD Developer Summit - by invitation only (day 1)

9 AM - noon

Building Clusters With FreeBSD (speaker: Brooks Davis ) location: SITE F0126

1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Firewalling with PF (speaker: Peter N. M. Hansteen ) location: SITE F0126

Thursday 11 May 2006

Time

Event

All day

FreeBSD Developer Summit - by invitation only (day 2)

9 AM - noon

VoIP and FreeBSD tutorial (speaker: Massimiliano Stucchi ) location: SITE F0126

noon - 1:30 pm

lunch - Royal Oak, 161 Laurier Ave, 230-9223 [map]

1:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Debugging Kernel Problems (speaker: Greg Lehey ) location: SITE F0126

3:30 PM

Registration Desk opens - Royal Oak, 161 Laurier Ave, 230-9223 [map]

8:00 PM

Registration desk closes

Friday 12 May 2006
Refreshments (coffee, tea, water) will be available before the first talk of the day, and during both the morning and afternoon breaks. There is a Tim Hortons one flight up (it closes at 2:30pm and is not open Saturday).

Time

Track 1 - SITE A0150

Track 2 - SITE B0138

Track 3 - SITE H0104

8:30 AM

registration desk opens

9:00 AM

All conference assembly - Room B0138
welcome message + prizes drawn at start of session

10:00 AM

A Scalable Concurrent malloc(3) Implementation for FreeBSD (speaker: Jason Evans )

Back to the Future: BSD on the Edge of the Enterprise (speaker: Russell Sutherland )

Bio and Sensors in OpenBSD (speakers: David Gwynne, Marco Peereboom )

11:00 AM

break

11:30 AM

Subverting the FreeBSD ABI subsystem for phun and profit (speaker: Attilio Rao )

Building a FreeBSD Appliance With NanoBSD (speaker: Poul-Henning Kamp )

MouSSH (speaker: der Mouse )

12:30 PM

lunch - ZAM pub (across the road from SITE)

2:00 PM

Towards a BSD Certification (speaker: Dru Lavigne )

Distributed VCS (speaker: Ollivier Robert )

Experiences Bringing FreeBSD/arm up on Atmel AT91RM9200 (speakers: Olivier Houchard, Warner Losh )

3:00 PM

break

3:30 PM

Filesystem Performance on FreeBSD (speaker: Kris Kennaway )

NetBSD LiveCDs (speaker: Jan Schaumann )

How the FreeBSD Project Works (speaker: Robert Watson )

4:30 PM

Work In Progress Session (speaker: Robert Watson ) location: SITE B0138

5:30 PM

The BOF Sessions

Open Cryptographic (speaker: Michael Richardson ) location: SITE H0104

BoF with the BSDCG (speaker: Dru Lavigne ) location: SITE B0138

MySQL on BSD (speaker: Greg Lehey ) location: SITE A0150

Agile Programming Methodologies and BSD (speaker: D'Arcy Cain ) location: SITE lower mezzanine

Open Source alternatives to MS Exchange (speaker: Matt Schwartz ) location: SITE upper mezzanine

Google Summer of Code (speaker: Murray Stokely ) location: SITE upper mezzanine

6:30 PM

drinks/dinner
Patty Boland's Irish Pub & Carvery, 101 Clarence, near Dalhousie
From 6:45 pm, upstairs
Google Map: http://tinyurl.com/h6ast

Saturday 13 May 2006
Refreshments (coffee, tea, water) will be available before the first talk of the day, and during both the morning and afternoon breaks.

Time

Track 1 - SITE A0150

Track 2 - SITE B0138

Track 3 - SITE H0104

9:30 AM

registration desk opens

10:00 AM

FreeBSD Hypervisor Support (speaker: Kip Macy )

Network Protocol and Kernel Development in a Virtual Environment (speaker: George V. Neville-Neil )

Proactive Wireless Networks with OpenBSD (speaker: Reyk Floeter )

11:00 AM

break

11:30 AM

"Free as in Free Beer", or "The Foundations of Civilization" (speaker: Greg Lehey )

Keeping an eye on weird stuff with FreeBSD (speaker: Poul-Henning Kamp )

Using the Andrew File System with BSD (speaker: Hugo Meiland )

12:30 PM

lunch - ZAM Pub (across the road from SITE)

2:00 PM

The FreeBSD Ports Monitoring System (speaker: Mark Linimon )

How to write a Device Driver in FreeBSD (speaker: John-Mark Gurney )

Improving TCP/IP Security Through Randomization Without Sacrificing Interoperability (speaker: Mike Silbersack )

3:00 PM

break

3:30 PM

BSD firewalling, pfSense and m0n0wall (speakers: Scott Ullrich, Chris Buechler )

Mobile IPv6 integration in [Free]BSD (speaker: Max Laier )

What is a security flaw? (speaker: Colin Percival )

4:30 PM

All conference assembly - Room B0138
followed by
Key signing

5:30 PM

drinks/dinner
Royal Oak, 161 Laurier Ave, 230-9223 [map]
Yes, they will have the game on TV.

Sunday 14 May 2006

Time

Event

9:00 AM

Breakfast @ Cora's Breakfast & Lunch, 8:45am, 179 Rideau Street. Be there early or you'll be lining up! [map]

11:00 AM

social events to be decided

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