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OSCAL 2018




Day 1

Saturday

Time Talks 1 Talks 2 Workshop 1 Workshop 2
9:00-9:30 Check-in
9:30-9:45 Opening Speach
9:45-10:00 A word from the mayor of Tirana, Erion Veliaj
10:00-10:30 Cecilia Colasanti

The approach to free software and culture at Roma Capitale

Justin Flory
Open Source 101
Silvi Kolumcaj
Deploy to Linux Server with Git
10:30-11:00 Jos Weyers

Lock impressing

Marina Latini
Building and growing a diverse and inclusive community
11:00-11:30 Heiko Tietze
How to contribute to LibreOffice as a non-developer
Renato Selenica
Using Git and Github to contribute to open source
Xheni Myrtaj
Git and GitHub WorkFlow for Beginners
11:30-12:00 Arjen Khampuis Gabriele Ponzo
Join LibreOffice community and (possibly) become a TDF member
12:00-12:30 Florian Effenberger
TDF - the open, transparent and meritocratic future of free office software
Doug Sillars
Open Source Tools for Delivery Fast and Beautiful Images and Video
Renato Selenica
Building web applications using IPFS
12:30-13:00 Giannis Kostantinidis

EU Copyright Reform: Challenges and Risks in FLOSS Ecosystem

Italo Vignoli
LibreOffice 6.0
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-14:30 Jonathan Beilën
ow to improve OSM with offical open-data (Tirana use-case)
Ismet Azizi
My first edit in Albanian Wikipedia (shqip)
Jo Decock
Mapping public transport and lines using JOSM
Community meetup: Girls in open source
14:30-15:00 Guillame Richards
How to make Albanian imagery and maps avaliable to OpenStreetMap editors
Kristina Millona
LGBT issues on Wikipedia
15:00-15:30 John Sturdy
Representing and processing Open Data
Arianit Dobroshi
Wikidata for developers
Besfort Guri & Dian Fishekuqi
Intro to PostgressSQL/PostGIS
Community meetup: Meet the Fedora community
15:30-16:00 Carol Chen
Openness in a culturally diverse world
Jaminy Prabaharan
Open Source projects and Debian
16:00-16:30 Okexandr Trotsenko
Contributing to open source
Michael Scherer
Fedora atomic workstation in practice
Amanti Lulo
Web Developing using leafletjs
Community meetup: Albanian Wikipedia Community Discussion, part 1
16:30-17:00 Butrinit Komoni'
How I got access to Kosovo Citizens Information, without getting access within the servers!
Dimitar Zahariev
The precious stone of Open Suse crown
17:00-17:30 Sam Tuke
The economics of open source
17:30- 17:45 Eltjana & Grazia
MOOCs, OER and developing countries: something good is in the air?
Participants gather at TALK 1 (Pyramid) for closing speech Participants gather at TALK 1 (Pyramid) for closing speech
17:45 Closing speech of day 1

Day 2

Saturday

Time Talks 1 Talks 2 Workshop 1 Workshop 2
10:00-10:30 Italo Vignoli
Consensus as a Service: OSI 20th Anniversary'
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
Oleksandr Trotsenko
Contributing to Open Source, what is it like?
[OPEN SOURCE]
Celjeta Shehu & Anisa Selimi
Open Source ERP Systems
[ERP]
Bee Padalkar
Introduction to Machine Learning
[MACHINE LEARNING]
10:30-11:00 David Halaz
Petting your sideprojects
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
Amita Sharma
Importance of communication in open source communites
[DEVELOPMENT]
11:00-11:30 'Sam Tuke
The economics of open source
[ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT]
Ismet Azizi
My first edit in Albanian Wikipedia
[DEVELOPMENT]
Jo Decock
Mapping public transport and lines using JOSM,
Sumanth Damarla
Securing the web
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
11:30-12:00 'talk x' Mariana Balla
Privacy aware and city navigation with CityZen app
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
12:00-12:30 Oleksandr Trotsenko
Website vulnerabilities
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Michael Scherer
Fedora atomic workstation in practice
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Besfort Guri & Dian Fishekuqi
Intro to PostgressSQL/PostGIS
[DATABASE]
Jona Rizvanolli & Kristina Millona
OpenPride and Diversity
[OPEN KNOWLEDGE]
12:30-13:00 Alexander Todorov
How to write pylint plugins
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Kristi Buda
Patterns in React
[WEB DEV]
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-14:30 Butrint Komoni
How I got acces to Kosovo cityzens information, without getting access within the servers
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Vadim Markovtsev
Machine Learning on Open Source Code
[MACHINE LEARNING]
Fatjon Gërra
Introduction to web development with Django
[WEB DEV]
Daniel Pocock
Ham Radio and Software defined radio
[OPEN HARDWARE]
14:30-15:00 'Harry Halpin
End-to-End Encrypted Messaging: Next Steps for Privacy and Decentralization
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Rio Sherri
Open-Source security tools - Should you ?
[MACHINE LEARNING]
15:00-15:30 Dashamir Hoxha
Dashamir Hoxha
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Arianit Dobroshi
Wikidata for developers
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
Alexander Todorov
Writing pylint plugins
[WEB DEV]
15:30-16:00 Gabriele Falasa
*x architectural patterns for frontend development
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
Bee Padalkar
Get paid to contribute to FOSS
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
16:00-16:30 Johnny Siman
Everybody Should Learn How To Code
[WEB DEV]
Marinela Gogo & Xheni Myrtaj
The driving force behind open source communities
[COMMUNITY CULTURE]
meetup ... meetup ...
16:30-17:00 Michael Scherer
Executable reverse engineering 101 with radare 2
[PRIVACY & SECURITY]
Ledian Hymetllari
Speaking about Magento [WEB DEV]