[FreeBSD-Announce] EuroBSDCon 2007 - less than four weeks! (fwd)

Robert Watson rwatson at FreeBSD.org
Wed Aug 29 21:41:44 BST 2007


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Just in case you'd forgotten to register :-).

EasyJet still has round trips out of Stansted for < =A380 including fees, F=
YI.

Robert N M Watson
Computer Laboratory
University of Cambridge

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Date: Tue, 21 Aug 2007 22:44:56 +0200
From: Simon L. Nielsen <simon at FreeBSD.org>
To: freebsd-announce at freebsd.org
Subject: [FreeBSD-Announce] EuroBSDCon 2007 - less than four weeks!


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                    EuroBSDCon 2007

              September 14th - 15th 2007
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The sixth EuroBSDCon - the annual European BSD conference for users
and developers begins Friday September 14th.  It's being held at
Symbion Science Park in Copenhagen, Denmark.  Come, meet and talk to
BSD people from all over the world.

Program
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20+ interesting speakers in a program which includes:

Kirk McKusick: Kirk is the epitome of BSD - an all-time Berkley guy
will talk about the history of the UFS file system.

Sam Leffler: Sam is another of the original BSD people.  For a while
he has been working a lot with wireless networks and and his name can
be found in a lot of the open source wireless code.  At the conference
he will be talking about long distance wireless.

Marc Balmer: Marc became an active OpenBSD developer in 2004 and has
since be responsible for several prominent OpenBSD projects.  At the
conference he will talk about Support for Radio Clocks in OpenNTPD.

Steven Murdoch: Steven is working on computer security research at
Cambridge University and he will be talking about hidden channels
between computers which even the best firewall cannot close.

John Hartmann: Very few if any UNIX people have heard about John
Hartmann, despite the fact that he completed the work Dennis and Ken
started with pipes.  John will talk about "CMS pipes" a minor and
cheap entry in the IBM product catalogue which is a radical
generalization of the UNIX pipe concept.

Read more about the speakers and the program on:

        http://2007.eurobsdcon.org/talks.html

More information about the tutorials can be found at:

        http://2007.eurobsdcon.org/tutorials.html

Prices
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The conference costs 1800 DKK for 2 days.

It is also possible to register for a social event which will take
place on Friday night or register for the tutorials which will take
place in the two days leading up to the conference (September 12th -
13th).

You can register at:

      http://2007.eurobsdcon.org/shop.html

Sponsors
--------

The conference is organized by the Danish BSD user group BSD-DK in
co-operation with the Danish UNIX User group DKUUG.

The conference is sponsored by:

catpipe Aps
FreeBSD Foundation
Fullrate
GlobalConnect
Google
LogicLAB
pil.dk
Security6.net
Soekris Engineering
Telia Danmark
USENIX
zen.systems


We are looking forward to seeing you in Denmark!

Best,

The EuroBSDCon 2007 Organizing Committee

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Simon L. Nielsen
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