[FOSDEM] First main tracks and keynote presentations!

Gerry Demaret gerry at fosdem.org
Thu Nov 28 12:07:47 CET 2013

We received a lot of good proposals and deciding which ones to accept
is not an easy task.

A number of proposals are still being reviewed and we are still working
with some speakers. We can already announce the following keynotes and
main track presentations:


   * "How we found a million style and grammar errors in the English
      Wikipedia", by Daniel Naber
   * "Software Archaeology for Beginners", by James Turnbull

Tracing and debugging track

   * "Linux tracing with LTTng", by David Goulet
   * "Making the Linux Kernel better (without coding)", by Wolfram Sang
   * "Your Application versus GDB", by Tom Tromey

Memory and storage track

   * "Concurrent Programming Made Simple", by Nuno Diegues
   * "Persistent Memory", by Ric Wheeler
   * "What's New in OpenLDAP", by Howard Chu

More information at https://fosdem.org/2014/schedule/

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