Linuxfest Northwest 2007 Presentation Schedule
Sorted by Title - Why so many? - Exhibits - www.linuxfestnorthwest.org

 
Saturday April 28th
Room 10:00 11:00 12:30 1:30 3:00
G-103 Three Centuries of Open Source and Copyright
Karl Fogel
QuestionCopyright.org
Open sourcing Second Life
Rob Lanphier, Phoenix Linden
Linden Lab
Lunch

Software Patents
Karen Sandler
Software Freedom Law Center
Transformation of Free Software into Libre Services
Mohsen Banan
Neda Communications, Inc
G-105 Buni Meldware: Linux Groupware
Andrew Oliver
Bunisoft, LLC
Linux Virtualization with OpenVZ
John Blanford
blug.org
Lunch

Practical Honeypots
Michael DeMan
OpenAccess Network Services
Why Plone? (An Intro)
Brian Gershon, Andrew Burkhalter
Seattle Plone Users Group
Haskell-103 Load Balancing with Linux Virtual Server
Jed Reynolds
Bitratchet
My Network Management Toolbox
Francois Caen
Turbosphere
Lunch

Network Monitoring with Nagios
Taylor Dondich
GroundWork Open Source, Inc.
Network Management Best Practices
Thomas Stocking
GroundWork Open Source, Inc.
Haskell-104 Linux@Home: getting started
Carl Symons
blug.org
Linux@Home: File, Print & Rock Out
Lee Colleton
Lunch

Linux@Home: working with digital photos
James Mason
blug.org
Linux@home: using Open Office
James Mason
Yamato Engine Specialists, Ltd.
Haskell-108 Linux, Virtualization and Management
Ted Haeger
Novell
The (new) Fedora Project
Jesse Keating
Red Hat
Lunch

From HTML to XUL, Web to Desktop
Shane Caraveo
ActiveState
Zenoss: Open Source Systems Management
Mark Hinkle
Zenoss
Haskell-111 Digging through Logs and IT Data with Splunk
Dee-Ann LeBlanc
Splunk
Production Grade Scripting
Brian Martin
Martin Consulting Services, Inc.
Lunch

Parrot: a VM for Dynamic Languages
Allison Randal
The Perl Foundation
Harnessing the Power of Perl's "One-Liners"
Tim Maher
Consultix
Haskell-112 Jabber with ejabberd
Aaron Klemm
DigiPen Institute of Technology
Ubuntu goes to school
Brian Jamison
OpenSourcery
Lunch

OpenID and the State of Distributed Identity
Aaron Klemm
Unripped.com
Scaling Web Services in a Linux environment
Stuart Statman
Real Networks
Haskell-115 OpenSource Cat to Cat Herder
Jennifer Redman
Buunabet, LLC
Make money with Free Software
John Locke
Freelock Computing
Lunch

From Idea to Business with LAMP and Free Software
Tom Watson
MemberManager.Net
Open source = Open business
Jakob Perry
Asemblon, Inc
Haskell-203 Thumb Fun with Linux
Bob Lewis
Washington State University
Hacking your cellphone
Nimret Sandhu
Nimsoft/Motorola
Lunch

Oracle installfest
Todd Trichler
Oracle
DNS on Linux
Mark Foster
Port of Seattle
Haskell-204 The Converging Network
Martin McKeay
StillSecure
Strong Authentication
Dana Epp
Scorpion Software
Lunch

Securing Linux Systems, Apps with AppArmor
Crispin Cowan
Novell
BackupPC: Backups for home and office
Ski Kacoroski
CCK Technology
Haskell-219 Getting started with Vim
Steve Herber
University of WA
Python for Mere Mortals
Andrew Grover
Buunabet LLC
Lunch

ORM on Steroids: Using the NDBAPI
Monty Taylor
MySQL, Inc.
An Introduction to Octave
Rod Page
KPLUG
Tech-118 Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Lunch

Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Raffle begins at 4:00 PM in Exhibit Hall

Saturday night party in downtown Bellingham - watch for details on the fest website.

Sunday will have new keynotes but repeat many of the technical sessions
for the benefit of those who missed them on Saturday. Stay tuned for details.

Sunday April 29th
Room 10:00 11:00 12:30 1:30 3:00
G-103 Up and Running (Fast)
Andy Carrel
Google
One Laptop Per Child
Jesse Keating
Red Hat
Lunch

How Sites Scale Out
Brian Aker
MySQL AB
Managing and Funding Open Source Projects
David Mandel
Linux Fund
G-105 closed

closed

Lunch

closed

closed

Haskell-103 Production Grade Scripting
Brian Martin
Martin Consulting Services, Inc.
Load Balancing with Linux Virtual Server
Jed Reynolds
Bitratchet
Lunch

Linux Virtualization with OpenVZ
John Blanford
blug.org
What went wrong with my disaster recovery plan
Brian Martin
Martin Consulting Services
Haskell-104 Jabber with ejabberd
Aaron Klemm
DigiPen Institute of Technology
The Converging Network
Martin McKeay
StillSecure
Lunch

Make money with Free Software
John Locke
Freelock Computing
The Present and Phuture of Parrot
chromatic
O'Reilly Media
Haskell-108 Xen and the Art of Consolidation
Tom Eastep
HP
Linux, Virtualization and Management
Ted Haeger
Novell
Lunch

Open Source Telecom: Using Asterisk
Sam Tingleff
Novell
Benefits of a Secure VoIP Telephony System
Dr. Christian Stredicke
snom AG
Haskell-111 Buni Meldware: Linux Groupware
Andrew Oliver
Bunisoft, LLC
Scaling: LiveJournal's Story and Secrets
Brad Fitzpatrick
Silicon Mechanics
Lunch

OSS Network Management Tools
Francois Caen
Turbosphere
Digging through Logs and IT Data with Splunk
Dee-Ann LeBlanc
Splunk
Haskell-112 Security Monitoring with Snort and Sguil
James Affeld
South Seattle Community College
Intro to PC-BSD and the PBI format
Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
Lunch

Securing Linux Systems, Apps with AppArmor
Crispin Cowan
Novell
So Secure I can't log in
Jennifer Redman
Buunabet, LLC
Haskell-115 Searching with Solr
Jed Reynolds
Bitratchet
Ubuntu goes to school
Brian Jamison
OpenSourcery
Lunch

Practical Honeypots
Michael DeMan
OpenAccess Network Services
Hacking your cellphone
Nimret Sandhu
Nimsoft/Motorola
Haskell-203 Thumb Fun with Linux
Bob Lewis
Washington State University
ArchGenXML: Build by Design for Plone
Richard Amerman
7 Tech Northwest
Lunch

Tuning Enterprise Java applications on Linux
Andrew Oliver
Bunisoft, LLC
Oracle installfest
Todd Trichler
Oracle
Haskell-204 Open Souce use in K-12 schools in WA State
Eric Hall
NWESD 189
ORM on Steroids: Using the NDBAPI
Monty Taylor
MySQL, Inc.
Lunch

OpenID and the State of Distributed Identity
Aaron Klemm
Unripped.com
Python for Mere Mortals
Andrew Grover
Buunabet LLC
Haskell-219 An Introduction to Octave
Rod Page
KPLUG
Harnessing the Power of Perl's "One-Liners"
Tim Maher
Consultix
Lunch

Getting started with Vim
Steve Herber
University of WA
Shell scripting for dummies
Grant McWilliams
Sound Linux Training
Tech-118 Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Lunch

Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
Bellingham AI and Robotics Society
Carl Symons
BAIRS
4:00PM pack up - see you next year!