Theses three days will be organised as follow:
Events on Saturday are designed specifically with the general public and schools in mind. The programme will include information sessions on ITC education and training opportunities, as well as a series of workshops.
A hackathon will be held on saturday and sunday. It will aim to design an application oriented on social integration.
Events on Monday will be targeted specifically at professionals (users, developers, security specialists and administrators) and members of the Linux community.
On Monday evening, Richard Stallman will give a talk.
The organisers also plan to provide exhibition stands (and rooms) for companies from the IT sector, who will have the opportunity of hosting business events during the midday break or a drinks reception during the evening break.
General public & hackathon, 09h00 - 17h00
General public day & hackathon, 09h00 - 17h00
09:00 - Wolfram Luithardt: Software Complexity Metrics - A new empirical approach applied to the Linux kernel
09:50 - Cyril Jaquier: Fail2ban - from personal to community-driven
11:00 - Sergio Alves Domingues: Android Security
13:00 - Stéphane Magnenat: Open-source in academic research, the case of the Thymio robot
13:50 - Daniel Rossier: EmbX: Virtualization tailored to ARM embedded systems
15:00 - Michael Kohler: Firefox OS and Connected Devices
15:50 - Pascal Junod: Software application security
17:00 - Frederic Jacobs: (Open Source) Software Supply Chain Security
18:00 - Richard Stallman: The Free Software Movement and the GNU/Linux Operating System - Free Admission