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| '''Adrian Ratiu''' <br> ''A gentle introduction to Linux tracing using eBPF''
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|  '''Sam Tuke''' <br> ''Open Source Product Development: from research to release''
|  '''Sam Tuke''' <br> ''Open Source Product Development: from research to release''
| '''Eugene Zhukov''' <br> ''DevOps culture and automation''
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| '''Michael Shwatrz''' <br> ''Open Source Business Models''
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| '''David Halaz''' <br> ''The decloudification of the Cloud''
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| '''Adam Samalik''' <br> ''Linux distributions, lifecycles, and containers''
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| '''Redon Skikuli''' <br> ''Open Source cloud for freelancers and SMEs''
| '''Redon Skikuli''' <br> ''Open Source cloud for freelancers and SMEs''
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| '''Kleidi Eski''' <br> ''Wouldn't it be sexy?''
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| rowspan=2 | '''Altin Ukshini''' <br> ''Introduction to containers and container orchestration tools''
| rowspan=2 | '''Altin Ukshini''' <br> ''Introduction to containers and container orchestration tools''
| rowspan=2 | '''Dashamir Hoxha''' <br> ''Ad-Hock Computer Lab''
| rowspan=2 | '''Laurent Ymet ''' <br> ''Technological and cultural awareness''
| '''Angjelina Dervishaj''' <br> ''Getting started with editing OSM''
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| rowspan=2 | '''Jos Weyers''' <br> ''post-its, post-its, post-its everywhere (and how they relate to physical keys)''
| rowspan=2 | '''Jos Weyers''' <br> ''post-its, post-its, post-its everywhere (and how they relate to physical keys)''
| '''Dajana Mulaj''' <br> ''The multi-stakeholder approach of ‘governing’ the Internet''
| '''Dajana Mulaj''' <br> ''The multi-stakeholder approach of ‘governing’ the Internet''
| rowspan=2 | '''Amanti Lulo''' <br> ''Tactile Topography''
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| '''Emiliano Vavassori''' <br> ''LibreOffice - Fun project, fantastic people: behind a worldwide community''
| '''Emiliano Vavassori''' <br> ''LibreOffice - Fun project, fantastic people: behind a worldwide community''
| '''Xhesi Balla''' <br> Structural Patterns: Implementing the Composite Pattern in a single page webapp using parcel.js and Javascript ES6. ''
| '''Xhesi Balla''' <br> Structural Patterns: Implementing the Composite Pattern in a single page webapp using parcel.js and Javascript ES6. ''
| rowspan=2 | '''Laurent Ymet ''' <br> ''Technological and cultural awareness''
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| '''Elger Jonker''' <br> ''Web Security Map''
| '''Elger Jonker''' <br> ''Web Security Map''
| '''Gabriele Falasca''' <br> ''Edit ODF files with NodeJS''
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| '''David Stainton''' <br> ''Introduction to Anonymous Mix Networks''
| '''David Stainton''' <br> ''Introduction to Anonymous Mix Networks''
| '''Rafael Shkembi''' <br> ''Composer dependency manager''
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Revision as of 19:32, 12 May 2019

OSCAL 2019




Day 1

Saturday

Time Talks 1 Talks 2 Workshop 1 Workshop 2
9:00-9:30 Check-in
9:30-9:50 Opening Speach
10:50-10:05 Dennis Van Zuijlekom
Shoot all the hackers
10:05-10:40 Alexander Sander
Public Money? Public Code!
Amita Sharma
Quality is everyone's responsibility
Paul Honig
Introduction to Verilog programming
10:40-11:15 Riccardo Maggliocchetti
TFW your country is funding Open Source development
Adrian Ratiu
A gentle introduction to Linux tracing using eBPF
11:15-11:50 Sam Tuke
Open Source Product Development: from research to release
Eugene Zhukov
DevOps culture and automation
11:50-12:25 Michael Shwatrz
Open Source Business Models
David Halaz
The decloudification of the Cloud
12:25-13:00 Adam Samalik
Linux distributions, lifecycles, and containers
Redon Skikuli
Open Source cloud for freelancers and SMEs
13:00-14:00 Lunch Break
14:00-14:35 John Sturdy
Technology of repression: then and now
Kleidi Eski
Wouldn't it be sexy?
Altin Ukshini
Introduction to containers and container orchestration tools
Laurent Ymet
Technological and cultural awareness
14:35-14:55 Jos Weyers
post-its, post-its, post-its everywhere (and how they relate to physical keys)
Dajana Mulaj
The multi-stakeholder approach of ‘governing’ the Internet
14:55-15:30 Emiliano Vavassori
LibreOffice - Fun project, fantastic people: behind a worldwide community
Xhesi Balla
Structural Patterns: Implementing the Composite Pattern in a single page webapp using parcel.js and Javascript ES6.
Angjelina Dervishaj
Getting started with editing OSM
15:30-16:05 Elger Jonker
Web Security Map
Gabriele Falasca
Edit ODF files with NodeJS
Dashamir Hoxha
Ad-Hock Computer Lab
Amanti Lulo
Tactile Topography
16:05-16:40 David Stainton
Introduction to Anonymous Mix Networks
Rafael Shkembi
Composer dependency manager
16:40-17:15 Winfred Tilanus
The hairy issue of end to end encrypted instant messaging

Day 2

Sunday

Time Talks 1 Talks 2 Workshop 1 Workshop 2
10:00-10:25 Check-in
10:25-11:00 Amita Sharma
Unexpectedly Agile
Dashamir Hoxha
How to Install MOODLE in Cloud
11:00-11:35 Guillaume Rischard & Besfort Guri
How OpenStreetMap became the best map of Kosovo
Eduart Milushi
How to contribute to Open Source without coding?
Anxhelo Lushka
How to setup a private and secure system in 2019
11:50-12:25 Lars Heafner
Categorizing Wikipedia
John Sturdy
Developing a hackerspace membership management system
Elio Qoshi
Briar - P2P Secure Messaging
12:25-13:00 Jora Kasapi
Presentation of the pilot-project and website ‘Preservingtirana.city’, the common public platform, connecting Participatory Architecture to Open Source culture.
Dimitar Zahariev
openSUSE and you
13:00-14:00 lunch break
14:00-14:35 Ritger Teunissen
Why Are You So Busy?
Gabriele Falasca
PWA caching strategies
Mike Shwartz
Lock the Front Door to your Web Site or API with the Gluu Server!
Altin Ukshini
Kubernetes 101
14:35-15:10 Koloreto Cukali
The New Media, ethics and online (self)censorship
Amita Sharma
Fedora for everyone
15:10-15:40 Daniel Bello
Magento 2 Introduction
Fedora release party Jor Bashllari
ButterFS, BetterFS, BtreeFS, Btrfs?
15:40-16:00 DokuTech Presentation
15:40-16:00 Closing Speech