EuroOSCON 2006 All Sessions

Below is an overview of the program. All keynotes will take place on in the Theatre Plaza.

Sesssions in iCal.Full Schedule in iCalendar Format (More info)

Monday 18 September 2006
  Theatre Plaza Salon Versailles Upper Foyer Salon Memling
08:30 Jabber Boot Camp: Peter Saint-Andre, Ralph Meijer Start-ups 2.0: Marc Hedlund Data Warehousing with MySQL: John Paul Ashenfelter Ruby on Rails: Marcel Molina
12:00 Lunch
13:30 The 7 Principles of Better API Design: Damian Conway Building Better Ajax Applications: Alex Russell Workshop on Open Source Licensing for Businesses: Martin von Haller Groenbaek Building Passionate Users: Kathy Sierra
Tuesday 19 September 2006
  Theatre Plaza Salon Versailles Upper Foyer Salon Memling Salon Elisabeth
09:00 Scene Setting and Introduction: Nathan Torkington, Allison Randal, Nikolaj Nyholm
Open Source 2.0: Tim O'Reilly
Attention, Please! Who Are We?: Tor Nørretranders
Q&A: Tim O'Reilly, Tor Nørretranders
10:00 High Performance Full Text Search for Database Content: Peter Zaitsev Microformats: Web of Data: Brian Suda Open Source @ openBC: How, Why, and Where To?: Bill Liao Building Web Sites with Drupal: Dries Buytaert Industrial-Strength Email and Calendaring with the Freedom and Flexibility of Open Source: Florian von Kurnatowski
10:40 Break
11:10 Project Hosting on Google Code: Greg Stein The Campware Initiative: Free Software for Free Media in the Developing World: Douglas Arellanes Channeling Open Source in Europe: Ranga Rangachari Guerilla Evangelism: Opening Closed Environments: Zak Greant Introducing BlackBadger: The Distributed ANT Runtime: Alan Williamson
11:50 Interim Break
11:55 Cool Tools for Geographic Applications: Schuyler Erle Big Data and the Open Warehouse: Roger Magoulas Design Patterns for Positive Externalities: Marc Goldberg, Didier Beck Gender in Open Source: Bernard Krieger
12:35 Lunch
14:00 Open Data AWOL: Steve Coast
Journalism via Computer Programming: Adrian Holovaty
Q & A: Steve Coast, Adrian Holovaty
14:45 Interim Break
14:50 The Google Data API: Frank Mantek Open Source and Second Life: Jim Purbrick AllPeers: From Open Source to Open Media: Matthew Gertner Being a MySQL Developer: Lars Thalmann Google and Open Source
15:30 Break
16:15 Rolling Your Own Google Maps: Scott Davis Open Usability: Jan Muehlig An Economic Interpretation of the Evolution of the Free/Open Source Software: Lorenzo Benussi Apache Harmony : Open Source Java SE: Geir Magnusson Open Source Software Assurance (OSSA): Consolidated Access to Open Source Solutions and Experts: Sébastien Bahloul
16:55 Break
17:00 Building Internet Applications with Mozilla XULRunner: Benjamin Smedberg Timeshift Everything, Miss Nothing, Mashup Your PVR with Kamaelia: Michael Sparks Open Source for Fostering Local Development: Alexios Zavras Making It Work: How to Build a Successful Open Source Project: Louis Suarez-Potts Content in the Web 2.0 World: Mike Hendrickson
17:40 Exhibit Hall & Exhibit Hall Reception
Wednesday 20 September 2006
  Theatre Plaza Salon Versailles Upper Foyer Salon Memling Salon Elisabeth
09:00 Welcome Tom Steinberg
Make and the Re-emergence of DIY Tech: Dale Dougherty
Q&A: Dale Dougherty
09:55 Break
10:00 Jabber: The State of the Bulb: Peter Saint-Andre KLone: An SDK for Embedded Web Applications: Steven Dorigotti Democracy: A Hacker's Guide: Tom Steinberg Monitoring Large Scale Web Applications with Nagios: Pankaj Kaushal JavaScript: It’s Happening All Over Again!: James A. Duncan, Mark Fowler
10:30 DotOrg Pavillion
11:10 Jabber Is Way More Than Instant Messaging: Florian Holzhauer Managing Your Mobile Devices: Harrie Hazewinkel How OSS Changed a Government Department: Walter Harms Cutting-edge Productivity with RIFE: Geert Bevin How Pentaho is Driving the Future of Open Source Business Intelligence: Patrick Beaucamp
11:50 Interim Break
11:55 Ajax/JavaScript on Mobile Devices: A Pipe Dream?: Alex Russell Mobile Web Server: Johan Wikman   The Apache DBD Framework: Nick Kew The Secret Sauce of Robust Developer Communities: Denise Kalos, Andrew Kelly
12:35 Lunch
14:00 The Creation Engine: Collaboration, Community and a Creative Commons in Second Life: Jim Purbrick
From Europe to USA: Culture's Consequences on Open Source Communities and Businesses: Mårten Mickos
Q&A: Mårten Mickos, Jim Purbrick
14:45 Interim Break
14:50 Lessons and Tips from the Ajax Frontline: Scott Dietzen Building the Next Generation Collaborative Mobile Groupware: Mirko Ross, Carsten Brunke   Developing Berkeley DB Java Edition: Internals and War Stories: Charles Lamb Deploying Web Services-based SOA with Open Source Software: Conrad O'Dea
15:30 Break
16:15 The Yahoo! UI Library: Simon Willison Blue-print for a Commons Enterprise: Andrew Rens Open Source and Freedom: Why Open Standards Are Crucial to Protecting Your Linux Investment: Jim Zemlin Jifty: A Next-Generation Application Framework: Jesse Vincent Geospatial Hotspots: Schuyler Erle, Arnulf Benno Christl
16:55 Break
17:00 Do-It-Yourself Performance Benchmarks on Rails: Dennis Linnell Freedom to Call, Freedom to Code: David Bitton, Adrien Cahen The Promise of OpenDocument: Sam Hiser Scaling Up Open Collaboration: Hassan Masum, Mark Tovey What You Need to Know About Oracle’s Commitment to Open Source: Omar Tazi
17:40 Break
19:30 MAKE Fest
Fotango Bar Night
Thursday 21 September 2006
  Theatre Plaza Salon Versailles Upper Foyer Salon Memling Salon Elisabeth
09:00 Welcome
Architecting Babel: Robert "r0ml" Lefkowitz
New Innovation Models, Policy-making and Lobbying: Florian Mueller
Q&A: Robert "r0ml" Lefkowitz, Florian Mueller
09:55 Break
10:00 Xgl and Compiz - New X11 Features and the OpenGL Accelerated Desktop: Matthias Hopf   My Life Has Value! Making Sense of Public and Private Data on the Internet: Chris Heathcote Fast and Rich Web Applications with PHP 5: Rasmus Lerdorf
10:40 Break
11:10 The Conway Channel 2006: Damian Conway Making the Web of Things: Simon Wardley Pigs and Butter: What the Co-op Movement Can Teach Open Source: Claus Dahl PHP Security Audit HOWTO: Chris Shiflett Mixed-source Software Management: Arnoud Engelfriet
11:50 Interim Break
11:55 EU Software Patents Reloaded: Florian Mueller Music 2.0: The Coming Revolution: Colin Brumelle Django: Adrian Holovaty Douglas Engelbart's HyperScope: Taking Web Collaboration to the Next Level Using Ajax and Dojo: Brad Neuberg Gnash: An Open Source Flash Player: Rob Savoye
12:35 Lunch
14:00 Ubuntu: Improving Collaboration in the Free Software World: Mark Shuttleworth