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Birds of a Feather Sessions

Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Thursday

Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions provide face to face exposure to those interested in the same projects and concepts. BOFs can be organized for individual projects (Mono, JXTA, bioPerl), or broader topics (best practices, open data, standards). BOFs are entirely up to you. We post your topic online and onsite and provide the space and time. You provide the engaging topic.

BOFs will be available Monday 6 - 10 pm, Tuesday 6 - 7 pm, Wednesday 8 - 10 pm, and Thursday 6 - 10 pm. If you're interested in moderating your own BOF, please sign up for an available room and time on the "Birds of a Feather sessions" board - located in Registration (Hotel Lower Level). If you have any questions, feel free to email Gretchen Bartholomew.

Please note that audio/visual equipment, including projection equipment, is not available for BOF sessions. Please do not use projection equipment located in the session rooms without prior authorization and supervision. If you require any audio/visual equipment, you may contact the Sheraton San Diego Hotel & Marina for rental rates.

The following BOFs have been scheduled for the O'Reilly Open Source Convention.

Monday, July 22

Unicode Technical Overview
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower
Moderated by: Jarkko Hietaniemi, Nokia Research Center

A technical overview of Unicode. Non-Perl-specific.


Building on NetBeans
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower
Moderated by: Tim Boudreau, Sun Microsystems

There's been an explosion of applications which use the NetBeans Platform as their core runtime. This framework has proven to save years of development time, as the core runtime handles most of the grunt work of writing an application. Applications built this way are delivered as a set of modules written to NetBeans APIs, along with the core NetBeans runtime.

If you are writing any large desktop application, NetBeans offers a compelling toolset to get it done faster and with greater stability. The NetBeans Java IDE is one such application. NetBeans is an open source project under a Mozilla-style license.

Join NetBeans community members and find out what NetBeans is all about and how it could work for you!


OSCOM: Open Source CMS Organization
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina V in the East Tower
Moderated by: Gregor J. Rothfuss, Board Member, OSCOM

OSCOM is an international, not-for-profit organization dedicated to Open Source Content Management.

The goal is to bring together as many great brains as possible to build a network and grow the community of open source content management. We want to show the world that there are already great and easy-to-use open source content management solutions out there.

We are launching OSCOM shortly, and want to use this BoF as a chance to meet in person.


Perl Trainers
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom A in the East Tower
Moderated by: Peter Scott, PSDT

Do you teach Perl? Whether you make your entire living running a Perl training business, or whether you've been coopted to bring your workgroup up to speed on Perl, this BOF is for you to meet others who are in the same position.

Come and share the lessons you've learned, or ask others how they handle issues you're grappling with. Whether it's the student who monopolizes Q&A, interfacing with A/V equipment, or organizing hands-on examples, you can tell us how you handled it or find out how others did.


AxKit BOF
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower
Moderated by: Matt Sergeant, MessageLabs.com Ltd

A BOF session for people interested in AxKit, discussing various tips and techniques with the developers of this exciting technology.

Here we will go into the nitty gritty details of XSP, taglibs (why they are cool), logicsheets (why you either don't want them or when they might be useful), XSLT tricks and tips, and some details on the upcoming AxKit 2.0, re-written for Apache 2.0.


Baby BOF
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower

Bring your family to the Baby BOF - where children and parents can mix and mingle.


Perl Documentation Project Meeting
Date: 07/22/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom A in the East Tower
Moderated by: Casey West, Aaronsen Group Ltd.

This BOF is designed as a meeting of the Perl documentation minds. If you are interested in writing, editing, and maintaining documentation for Perl you should be here. If you are writing tools for Perl documentation or would like to participate in the coding and/or maintenence of a Perl based docment publishing system similar to the Linux Documentation Project (LDP), you should be here.

This will be an informal meeting with a panel to be determined. Come and give thought and insight ranging from project development, documentation format standards, liscensing issues and many other topics. We will listen any reasonable suggestion and conversation will ensue.

This project, when fully underway, will be quite large from a contribution and development stand point. Lots of great minds are required to pull it off sanely. Please help.


Tuesday, July 23

The Semantic Web and DAML+OIL
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Christopher Maloney

Using XML as a starting point, the Semantic web is currently bringing together experts and schema designers from a wide variety of fields, developing a coherent universal language for describing data.

DAML provides a language for describing relationships not only between objects, but between other classes and relationships. This enables much more sophisticated data mining applications.


What is Python?
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Harbor Island I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Wesley J. Chun, CyberWeb Consulting

Python is rapidly growing in popularity, brain share, and number of worldwide programmers. 2001 download stats from Guido (creator of Python): 40,000 per month! What is this programming language all about and what can you do with it?

Totally informal, this is a chance for current users to share their experiences and newbies to ask questions.


Systems Administration for Today's Heterogeneous Environment
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower
Moderated by: Jason McCormick, Lexi-Comp, Inc.

Systems Administration is a key field in everyday technology which is often done in the background. This BOF meeting is geared towards those interested in discussing issues, sharing ideas and meeting other systems administrators using open source technologies. Your don't even have to be a systems administrator! Just come ready to talk about computers, hooking them together and making them talk (and all the other stuff too!) This BOF will be an informal chat session where participants should bring issues, problems, tricks and solutions for discussion - or at least good horror stories about end-users. If you're interested in the organization of this BOF, send e-mail to jason.mccormick@lexi.com.


Open Source Legal Questions
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina III in the East Tower
Moderated by: Deirdre Mulligan, Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic
Jennifer Urban, Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic

Director Deirdre Mulligan and Fellow Jennifer Urban from the Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic at UC-Berkeley's law school will introduce the Clinic to folks and solicit feedback on what kinds of open source legal issues are most on developers' minds. The Samuelson Clinic is setting up a program intended to provide legal support to the open source community, and we would really like to get some ideas about what is needed from the folks who are directly involved.

Where could you use some pro bono help? Do you have questions about choosing licenses? Are you worried about software patents? Perhaps you're wondering about enforcing an open source license. Or maybe you have a problem that we just haven't seen. Please share your thoughts and concerns with us.


Zope Developers BOF
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Michael Bernstein

Come share tips, trials and tribulations with other Zope developers. We can discuss:

* Developing Zope products
* How to market Zope to customers
* The cool new Zope project you're working on
* Zope 3 yearnings and fears
* Zope books: Are they worth the price?
* and anything else we want, dammit.


Module::Build (replacement for MakeMaker)
Date: 07/23/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina IV in the East Tower
Moderated by: Ken Williams

Module::Build is a replacement for ExtUtils::MakeMaker. It has been embraced by several p5p-types as such. It is a complete rewrite of the MakeMaker functionality, though it relies on many of the same things (File::Spec, ExtUtils::Install, etc.). For this BOF, we'll discuss what Module::Build can do now (a lot), and plan what we'll want it to do in the future.


Wednesday, July 24

Slashdot.org
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda, Slashdot & Open Source Development Network

Those that are familiar with open source software are familiar with Slashdot.org, a site dedicated to the discussion of issues important to the open source and technology community. Rob "CmdrTaco" Malda, Jeff "Hemos" Bates and other site editors and admins will be on hand to answer your questions about the site and to generally kibbutz about slashdot.


Whose Code is it Anyway?
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom A in the East Tower
Moderated by: Casey West, Aaronsen Group Ltd.

Four prominent members of the Open Source Community will dazzle and amaze in the "Who's line is it anyway?" knock off. We'll play several games in this improv show, taking suggestions from the audience as well as Casey West, the host.

Expect to laugh hard and long as the funniest programmers around play off each other. They will be working from subjects dealing with Open Source today, programming languages, political issues rants and raves.


Subversion, a new version control system
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom C in the East Tower
Moderated by: Greg Stein, CollabNet, Inc.

In this BOF, we'll talk about the Subversion version control system, a replacement for CVS. We'll cover the basics, how Subversion improves over CVS, and what some of the differences are. We'll cover additional facets of Subversion, such as its library-based focus which enables third-party apps and extensions, and we'll cover its WebDAV-based networking facilities. Of course, we'll also talk about its current development status, schedule, and release plans.


PostgreSQL
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower
Moderated by: Bruce Momjian, SRA/Japan

This gives PostgreSQL folks the chance to get together. We will also discuss future PostgreSQL releases.


NetBeans, Model Driven Architecture and XML support within NetBeans
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Harbor Island I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Tomas Zezula, Sun Microsystems

OMG's Model Driven Architecture defines a new paradigm for computing - building platform-independent abstract models and generating platform-specific software based on them. NetBeans incorporates a metadata repository, which is implements OMG's standards for metadata management and model driven architecture. The metadata repository can be used by developers in NetBeans, or as a standalone library in other Java applications. It also makes it easy to build support for new languages into the NetBeans IDE.


Mozilla 1.0
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Marina III in the East Tower
Moderated by: Ian Oeschger, Netscape

Forum for discussion of Mozilla 1.0 and mozilla.org. Meeting point with no specific agenda. Contact the BOF moderator - Ian Oeschger at oeschger@netscape.com if you want to present or demo a Mozilla project.


Ruby BOF
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower
Moderated by: Joseph Erickson, Interactive Media Group

Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text files and to do system management tasks (as in Perl). It is simple, straight-forward, extensible, and portable.

This gives Ruby programmers attending OSCON a chance to get together. This will be an informal gathering letting people talk about their experiences and letting those unfamiliar with the language an opportunity to talk with more experienced programmers.


Knowledge Management and Weblogs
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Marina IV in the East Tower
Moderated by: Michael Bernstein, Information Architect

Weblogs are becoming a critical tool for sharing knowledge both within and across organizational boundaries.

Knowledge Management features cannot add much value if each weblog is an island, or even if a group of weblogs is an island. How can we add interoperable distributed KM to weblog solutions without forcing undesired (and unscalable) centralization?


Python Software Foundation
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Marina II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Guido van Rossum


Jabber and the Jabber Software Foundation
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Marina III in the East Tower
Moderated by: Harold Gottschalk, CEO/Chief Technologist, IMissary, LLC

Jabber is a set of XML-based protocols for real-time messaging and presence notification. The first application of the Jabber protocols is an instant messaging (IM) system similar to AOL Instant Messenger, ICQ, MSN Instant Messenger, or Yahoo! Messenger. A great deal of software has been written in compliance with the Jabber protocols, including several servers and a wide variety of IM clients for just about every platform.


Running Apache with Windows .NET
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower
Moderated by: Amanda McPherson, Covalent Technologies

Join Apache Software Foundation member Will Rowe in this discussion of mod_asp.net. A new module he has written that allows Windows .NET Web services applications to be run -- for the first time -- with the Apache web server.

Will Rowe will go through the technical details of implementing Apache with .NET and explain how developers can take advantage of these two technologies. Will will also discuss Apache 2.0 on Windows 2000.


Using PostgreSQL's embedded languages
Date: 07/24/2002
Time: 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower
Moderated by: Hans-Jürgen Schönig, Cybertec Geschwinde u. Schönig

In this session I want to present the most widespread and the most useful embedded languages provided by PostgreSQL.


Thursday, July 25

Hacking your mail with Milter
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Derek Balling, Byram Healthcare

Sendmail's libmilter library allows the administrator to have code callbacks at every stage of the SMTP session, with each callback having the ability to reject the message, accept it, or continue onward with the session. Some folks use it for spam-filtering, some use it for virus-detection or attachment-stripping, some use it simply to add those disclaimers at the bottom of law-firms' mail.

We'll swap stories of who is using Milter, and for what, and discuss problems folks have encountered while using it, as well as, hopefully, show some folks who have never used Milter before how easy it is for them to do some of the more complex stuff they want to do, IF they use the Milter library.


Better CGI Programs - the nms project
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Harbor Island I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Dave Cross, The nms project and london.pm

The nms project consists of drop-in replacements for the CGI scripts from Matt's Script Archive. These replacements are better written, better supported and more secure. Come along to hear about the status of the project and to see how you can help us become more popular than Matt Wright.


P5EE - Enterprise Perl
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom A in the East Tower
Moderated by: Leon Brocard, Fotango

The mission of the P5EE project is to promote the development, deployment, and acceptance of Enterprise Systems written in Perl. We will discuss the goals of P5EE and report on the current status.


A Horde Project BOF
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Chuck Hagenbuch

Come and talk about Horde, help us plan future development, ask questions, and meet one or two of the core team members. Nothing formal planned, just a promise to be in a room with our laptops, probably coding.


MusicXML - An open format for music notation
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom C in the East Tower
Moderated by: Michael Good, Recordare LLC

MusicXML represents common Western musical notation from the 17th century onwards. It is designed as an interchange format for music notation, analysis, retrieval, and performance applications.

The downloadable sheet music market has been constrained by reliance on proprietary binary formats. If you buy sheet music from companies like MusicNotes, Sunhawk, or a company using the Scorch format, you can play it, view it, or print it only with that single proprietary player. This provides little value-added to consumers when compared to printed music on paper. MusicXML is designed to overcome these proprietary barriers that prevent musicians from getting the most out of their online sheet music.

MusicXML has become the most successful music interchange format since MIDI. It has been adopted both by established market leaders such as Finale and SharpEye Music Reader, as well as by emerging software projects such as Project XEMO and Middle C.

We will discuss our experiences both in designing MusicXML and building support for the format from music software developers.


OpenOffice.org - the Community and the Code
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina III in the East Tower
Moderated by: Zaheda Bhorat, Sun Microsystems, OpenOffice.org Project

OpenOffice.org (OOo) was announced by Sun Microsystems at the OReilly OSCON 2002 and has evolved from being the largest open project with source code contribution of 7.5 million lines to one of the most successful and key open source projects. OpenOffice.org 1.0 is a full-featured, multi-lingual, multi-platform office suite developed by a global community which uses XML file formats. The OSCON OOo BOF session is a community discussion, come and learn about the project, the open source office suite and about participation in one of the coolest open source projects around.


Python Metaclasses
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina IV in the East Tower
Moderated by: Kapil Thangavelu

An exploration and discussion of metaclass programming in python, using features of python2.2 such as new style classes, and the descriptor protocol. Focus will be on examination of techniques and collaboration on real-world ideas of what can be done with metaclass programming in python. Examples ideas include, persistence, tracing, and security.


PHP SOAP Question and Answer
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Sea Breeze I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Brad Lafountain & Shane Caraveo

Brad Lafountain, creator of PHP-SOAP, and Shane Caraveo, maintainer of PEAR::SOAP, will be available for questions and discussion about development, usage, etc. of SOAP in PHP.


DBI - any questions?
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower


Calendaring & Scheduling with Open Source
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower


Perl Mentoring/Code Reviews (panel)
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom A in the East Tower
Moderated by: Peter Scott, PSDT

Several prominent Perl gurus will be here with the mission of providing you with one-on-one coaching on your Perl programming skills.

You bring some Perl code (ideally at most 3 pages, as a printout, on a laptop, handheld, or floppy) and receive specific advice which would normally cost a large amount of money in consulting fees.

No spectators, no audience, no distractions; just the kind of personal mentoring, targeted to your specific application, from some of the best people qualified to give it.

Time spent with the expert will depend on supply and demand.


Project XEMO: A framework for the development of music & audio applications
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom C in the East Tower
Moderated by: William Will, Xemus Software LLC / Project XEMO

Project XEMO is a modular software environment for the development and delivery of interactive music and audio applications, built on top of the NetBeans Platform. The speakers share their experience jumpstarting the XEMO community and writing a set of Music API's that are being used to develop notation viewers, editors and music composition tools.


Writing for O'Reilly & Associates
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom B in the East Tower
Moderated by: Simon St.Laurent, O'Reilly & Associates

If you've ever considered writing (or even reviewing) a technical book, come hear about what's involved in the process, how to get started writing, and what you can expect as you explain your subject in detail.

We'll talk about how O'Reilly chooses which subjects look like good targets for publishing and how best to distinguish yourself from the crowd.

We'll also discuss how the writing process works, particularly the roles of writers, editors, tech reviewers, and the production staff, and what you should expect as you get deeper into the work.


The Perl Foundation BOF
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Harbor Island I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Dan Sugalski, The Perl Foundation

This is a chance for the perl community to get in touch with the people at The Perl Foundation and Yet Another Society. We'll field everyone's questions and concerns, and get everyone up to date with what's happeing with YAS, The Perl Foundation, and The Perl Foundation Development Grants.


Developing Applications on Mozilla
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Marina II in the East Tower
Moderated by: David Ascher, ActiveState; Ian Oeschger, Netscape

Come meet and talk with Ian and David, who have together hundreds of internet years of experience with Mozilla as an application development toolkit. David will discuss the issues faced in developing Komodo, an IDE that's built on Mozilla, and talk about some of the solutions his team came up with. Ian will present an overview of the application development process for aspiring Mozilla application developers.


What's new in OpenLDAP?
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Sea Breeze I in the East Tower
Moderated by: Howard Chu, co-founder of Symas Corporation

This will mainly be an informal chat session for OpenLDAP users to share their experiences and discuss questions. We'll give a brief overview of what's new in OpenLDAP 2.1, to give a taste of why you might want to upgrade. This is also a chance to discuss new feature wish lists, and where things are going.


Examining the Helix Architecture and Community
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Sea Breeze II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Rahul Agarwal, Development Manager

The Helix platform is an exciting new release of a platform for digital media delivery. The Helix DNA client engine (soon to be open source) supports any audio or video codec through well defined file format and decoder APIs. Join Rahul Agarwal, Development Manager for Client Technology, as he provides a broad technical overview of the Helix platform and the Helix DNA client.


RT: Request Tracker
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower


OpenCinema.org - using P2P & XML to open up Hollywood
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Sea Breeze II in the East Tower


Weblog Gathering
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: Marina IV in the East Tower

The Emerging Technology Conference in Santa Clara this past May was thick with webloggers, blogging and nattering and generally adding an enormous amount to the conference experience.

I expect there are a fair-to-middling boggle of Blogosphere citizens attending the O'Reilly Open Source Convention.

I believe a Blog Gathering of some sort is in order! An opportunity to find one-another and perchance meet some folks for the first time in person.

What say you? [Discuss] ~ Rael Dornfest, O'Reilly & Associates


Open Source Initiative (OSI) Meeting
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Location: Marina VI in the East Tower

The Open Source Initiative (OSI) is a non-profit corporation dedicated to managing and promoting the Open Source Definition for the good of the community, specifically through the OSI Certified Open Source Software certification mark and program.

The Open Source Initiative will hold its July meeting from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm on Thursday evening in the Marina VI room at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention. The public is invited.


Python Persistence
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Grande Ballroom C in the East Tower
Moderated by: Patrick O'Brien, Orbtech

A Python Persistence Special Interest Group was recently formed to explore ways to add basic persistence and transaction mechanisms into the core of Python to avoid duplication of effort by a variety of projects that have similar issues. This BOF will permit participants to ponder Python persistence in person. In addition, anyone interested in an informal Python Persistence breakfast discussion with Jim Fulton and Guido van Rossum is welcome to join us at the O'Reilly Food Tent Wednesday morning at 7am.


Aron Wall's Self-Modifying & OS Card Game
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Marina III in the East Tower


Something Interesting Dominus Is Working On
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Marina IV in the East Tower


Music BOF
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Harbor Island II in the East Tower
Moderated by: Nathan Torkington, O'Reilly & Associates

Bring your musical talent and join the fun at the annual OSCON "Music BOF".


Perl v. Java: pros, cons, cultural cooperation or language war?
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 8:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Marina II in the East Tower


Advocacy
Date: 07/25/2002
Time: 9:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Harbor Island I in the East Tower




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