FreeBSD Developer Summit, September 2013

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Hilton Conference Centre, St. Julian's, Malta
September 26 — 28, 2013.


This invitation-only FreeBSD Developer Summit takes place at EuroBSDcon 2013, located in St. Julian's, Malta. FreeBSD committers are welcome to register themselves using this wiki; non-committers have to be sponsored by a committer to attend.

EuroBSDcon 2013

EuroBSDcon 2013 takes place between September 26 — 29, 2013. All attendees are encouraged to attend EuroBSDcon, as well as present their work. The conference is located at Hilton Conference Centre, St. Julian's, Malta. Remember that you must separately register for EuroBSDcon (but only if you are not a EuroBSDcon speaker); visit the EuroBSDcon web page for details where you can register.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN. CLOSING DATE: SEPTEMBER 23.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU ALL FOR REGISTERING!
THE EVENT IS NOW OVER. THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING!

The information on this page is still subject to change; please check back for updates.

Please note that the page is closed. Contact devsummit@freebsd.org for change requests.

Sponsors

The EuroBSDcon developer summit would not be possible without the generous support of sponsors.

EuroBSDcon provides logistical support, including organizing rooms for the event and for developers to stay in. EuroBSDcon also covers board and travel for all EuroBSDcon speakers. FreeBSD developers can help support the summit by speaking at EuroBSDcon! You can also help support EuroBSDcon and the developer summit by encouraging people to attend the conference, and especially to attend tutorials.

The FreeBSD Foundation covers travel expenses for several attendees. You can help support the FreeBSD Foundation by donating.

The deadline for submitting Travel Grant Requests is August 19.

Travel Information

Approaching Malta

A number of airlines serve Malta International Airport (MLA) with non-stop flights to many major destinations in Europe like Air Malta, Ryanair, Easyjet, Lufthansa, and Alitalia. Regular scheduled ferry services are also provided between Valetta, Malta and Pozallo (Sicily, Italy), Catania (Sicily, Italy), or Civitavecchia (near Rome, Italy).

Approaching the Event site

Bus route X2 (express route) from the Airport to San Ġiljan Ross (St. Julian's) departs every 30 minutes at .25 and .55 starting 05.55 to 22.55 (departure). The bus stop of St. Julian's is called San Ġiljan. The bus stop is in the upper part of St. Julian's and most hotels are only a few minutes walk away. A bus day-pass costs EUR 2.60 (while a 7-day pass costs EUR 12.00) and can be bought from the Arriva Counter or Ticket Machine.

Shuttle service from and to the airport is available from Maltatransfer and costs about EUR 8 one way and EUR 16 both ways, it should be booked online in advance. But it can also be booked at the transfer desk in the terminal. Note that the ride time is usually longer due to multiple destinations in the same area being served.

White Taxi service is available from the Airport to any destination in Malta. Fixed rates apply and pre-paid tickets can be purchased from the ticket booth inside the Welcomers' Hall on Arrivals. The fixed taxi fair from the airport to St. Julian's is EUR 20 one-way.

Visas

Malta is member of the EU Schengen Area and has abolished passport and immigration control with all other Schengen members which includes the majority of the EU countries plus Norway, Switzerland and Iceland. Visa-free entrance is granted to all other EU member citizen and many other countries, including the USA, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, Argentine, Chile, and others for stays up to 90 days. However, some attendees may need to apply for a Visa, please check before traveling. If you need a formal invitation letter (never hurts), let devsummit@FreeBSD.org know.

Accommodation

It is recommended to book a hotel in the St. Julian's (including Paceville, St. Georges Bay, St. Paul's Bay) area to be in short walking distance to the venue (Portomaso Marina). A number of rooms for EuroBSDcon attendees have been already arranged at the following hotels:

It is strongly advised to book the hotel as soon as possible.

Rooms to share

IRC

Note that many of attendees of the summit hang out on #devsummit on EFnet during the event (as well as the conference itself). Feel free to join!

Schedule

The developer summit spans three days, with a mixture of hacking, group meetings, and presentations. The first part takes place on September 26—27 on the same days as the EuroBSDcon tutorials, while the second part on September 28 runs in parallel with the main conference.

However, many developers will probably arrive by the night of the 25th and meet for dinner and drinks before things start. Most developers will stay on through EuroBSDcon to give and attend talks. It is an excellent conference — a good FreeBSD developer showing has countless benefits, not least the opportunity to tell the world what we are doing! And this occasion, an excellent side program is offered for your family, spouse, or significant other. In addition, Malta is famous for its rich history and many excellent scuba diving sites.

Rough Schedule

The current general plan is as follows. Note that this is a just rough schedule, please find the exact one further below.

(Do not edit this section yourself unless asked to.)

Date

Morning
9:00--13:00

Lunch
13:00--14:00

Afternoon
14:00--16:00

Late Afternoon
16:00--18:00

Evening
18:00--21:00

...

Wednesday 25
September 2013

developers arrive

Portomaso Marina
@ 19:00

hacking lounge
(Hilton)

Thursday 26
September 2013

devsummit
(Hilton)

lunch

devsummit
(Hilton)

The Black Pearl
@ 19:00

hacking lounge
(Hilton)

Friday 27
September 2013

devsummit
(Hilton)

lunch

devsummit
(Hilton)

Valletta Waterfront
@ 19:00

hacking lounge
(Hilton)

Saturday 28
September 2013

EuroBSDcon 2013 / Developer Summit Track

EuroBSDcon social event

hacking lounge
(Hilton)

Sunday 29
September 2013

EuroBSDcon 2013

Birgu-Vittoriosa
@ 19:00

hacking lounge
(Hilton)

Monday 30
September 2013

breakfast

developers depart

Detailed Schedule

Group sessions, presentations and group reports will be held in rooms somewhere in Hilton. All rooms will have A/V equipment.

Attendees will be able to pick up badges and T-shirts from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM each morning.

Room

Capacity

Description

Luzzu

~18-48

large meeting room, moveable tables, chairs, A/V equipment

Skuna

~18-48

large meeting room, moveable tables, chairs, A/V equipment

Portomaso

~180

foyer

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Thursday, September 26, 2013 (sessions)

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Location

Skuna

Luzzu

Portomaso

09:00 - 10:00

Setup / Badges

10:00 - 10:10

Welcome /
Introductions

10:10 - 11:35

ZFS

Toolchain

hacking
lounge

11:35 - 11:45

break

11:45 - 12:30

Security

Documentation

hacking
lounge

12:30 - 13:30

lunch

13:30 - 14:15

Security

Documentation

hacking
lounge

14:15 - 15:30

Ports

Documentation

hacking
lounge

15:30 - 15:45

break

15:45 - 16:00

Ports

Documentation

hacking
lounge

16:00 - 17:30

Ports

USB

hacking
lounge

Friday, September 27, 2013 (sessions)

Track 1

Track 2

Track 3

Location

Skuna

Luzzu

Portomaso

08:00 - 09:15

Setup / Badges

09:15 - 10:20

Virtualization

DNS

hacking
lounge

10:20 - 10:35

break

10:35 - 11:00

Virtualization

DNS

hacking
lounge

11:00 - 12:30

Desktop

Networking

hacking
lounge

12:30 - 13:30

lunch

13:30 - 15:00

Vendor

Networking

hacking
lounge

15:00 - 15:30

break

15:30 - 17:00

Vendor

Embedded

hacking
lounge

Saturday, September 28, 2013 (presentations)

Time

Room

09:45

Working group reports: DNS Ports Vendor Security Toolchain
ZFS Networking Virtualization Embedded Desktop Documentation USB

11:30

break

11:45

Superpages for ARMv7: Introduction and Status (slides) (video)

12:07

SDIO Stack for FreeBSD: Status Update (slides) (video)

12:30

lunch

13:30

Porting GlusterFS to FreeBSD (GSoC'13) (slides) (video)

13:52

Unattended Encrypted Kernel Crash Dumps (GSoC'13) (slides) (video)

14:15

Porting Compression Services to Capsicum (GSoC'13) (slides) (video)

14:37

Download Management Service for the Ports Collection (GSoC'13) (slides) (video)

15:00

The LLDB Debugger in FreeBSD (slides) (video)

15:22

Improving FreeBSD Packet Forwarding (slides) (video)

16:05

Multipath TCP for FreeBSD: Status Update (slides) (video)

16:27

FreeBSD-Based Network Simulation Environment (slides) (video)

16:50

Mirage/kFreeBSD (slides) (video)

17:15

Closing session

Printable edition of the program
Developer Summit Track playlist (YouTube)

Hacking Groups

These sessions are intended to get developers with common areas of interest or specific projects in mind together for collaboration and hacking. They might involve prepared presentations, structured code reading, or a notebook-assisted whiteboard session. Advance preparation for such events is critical so everyone comes to the table with the right reading done so you can get to the meat of the matter.

Submit your proposals to devsummit@freebsd.org which shall include an abstract and number of slots needed. (1 slot = 90 minutes) It also expected to do a brief presentation on the results in the Developer Summit Track on Saturday and send a write-up to hackers@freebsd.org.

Submission is open, accepted proposals are added continuously.

Thank you for the submissions, we are full now — and looking forward to an excellent summit :-)

(Do not edit this section yourself unless asked to.)

Title

Leader

Description

Audience

Slides, Notes, Agenda, Results

Documentation

BenedictReuschling

Prepare the Handbook for printed publication

Doc people and others who would like to help, doceng members

formats, earlier notes, open PRs

Ports

ErwinLansing

Current state of ports and packages, and roadmap for the future

Folks working with the ports tree

wiki

Desktop

KrisMoore

Running FreeBSD as a desktop

Everybody

wiki

Virtualization

PeterGrehan

bhyve planning and status, updates on other virtualization projects

wiki

ZFS

MartinMatuska, MatthewAhrens

Discussion related to the FreeBSD ZFS port

(Mostly) ZFS hackers, users

Notes

Security

DagErlingSmørgrav

Open discussion of any security-related matters

Everybody

wiki

Networking

LawrenceStewart, GlebSmirnoff

All about the network stack: mbufs, testing, fast path, congestion control

(Primarily) Network stack hackers

wiki

Embedded

WarnerLosh

FreeBSD on embedded platforms

Embedded system folks

wiki

Toolchain and Build Systems

BrooksDavis

Continue with the discussion where it has been left off in Cambridge

Compiler, run-time system, and make(1) hackers, porters

Cambridge notes, wiki

USB

HansPetterSelasky

Discuss various issues with the FreeBSD USB stack, its support for userland and ported applications

Everybody

slides

DNS

ErwinLansing

Gather a wish list for DNS library and tools we want to import for 11.0

Networking and security people

Presentations

Tell us about your latest project, brainstorm on solutions to a hard problem, train us to use a new tool, make observations about a FreeBSD development process and how to improve it, tell us how your company uses FreeBSD, or coordinate activities! But, please do not duplicate a talk that you are giving at EuroBSDcon.

Submit your proposals to devsummit@freebsd.org which shall include an abstract and number of slots needed. (1 slot = 20 minutes)

Submission is open, accepted proposals are added continuously. Thank you for the submissions, we are full now — and looking forward to an excellent Developer Summit Track :-)

(Do not edit this section yourself unless asked to.)

Title

Speaker

Description

Slides, Notes

Superpages for ARMv7: Introduction and Status

Zbigniew Bodek

Brief introduction to the superpages mechanism in FreeBSD in context of the modern ARMv6/v7 architectures. Current status of the project is presented including preliminary benchmarks and tests results.

slides, video

SDIO Stack for FreeBSD: Status Update

Ilya Bakulin

The current status of SDIO stack will be presented, with live demonstration, including some experience report in writing FreeBSD device drivers from a newbie.

slides, video

Porting GlusterFS to FreeBSD

Mike Ma

An effort to make GlusterFS work on FreeBSD via FUSE in -CURRENT. Current status of the porting work, including setting up, benchmark testing, and known issues. (Google Summer of Code 2013)

slides, video

Unattended Encrypted Kernel Crash Dumps

Konrad Witaszczyk

Kernel crash dumps may include physical memory which should not be available to an unauthorized person. This presentation describes the current implementation of encrypted crash dumps and explains how PEFS was used in order to access dumps. (Google Summer of Code 2013)

slides, video

Porting compression services to Capsicum

Daniel Peyrolón

This presentation is about the work involved when porting some popular compression services, such as bzip2(1), xz(1), and zlib(3) to use features of the Capsicum security framework, including all the lessons learnt along the way. (Google Summer of Code 2013)

slides, video

Download Management Service for the Ports Collection

Ambarisha Bhatlapenumarthi

Design and implementation of Download Manager Service for the Ports collection, general experience with the FreeBSD code from the aspect of a Summer of Code student. (Google Summer of Code 2013)

slides, video

The LLDB Debugger in FreeBSD

Ed Maste

LLDB, part of the LLVM family of projects, is a modern, high-performance source-level debugger. This talk will present a brief history of LLDB, an update on the current status of the port to FreeBSD, and directions for future work.

slides, video

Multipath TCP for FreeBSD: Status Update

Lawrence Stewart

Multipath TCP (MPTCP) transparently retrofits multi-pathing capabilities to regular TCP and is a work in progress within the IETF. An implementation for FreeBSD has been progressing at Swinburne University of Technology's Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures. I'll provide a summary of the protocol, implementation architecture and update on the project's progress.

slides, video

A FreeBSD-based network simulation environment based on NS3 and NSC

Lawrence Stewart

As part of my PhD work, I ported the FreeBSD 9-STABLE and 10-CURRENT network stacks to run in user space as part of the Network Simulation Cradle (NSC) environment. When coupled with a discrete event network simulator like Network Simulator 3 (NS3), arbitrary network topologies can be created with nodes running real FreeBSD network stack code, and experiments can be run at faster than real-time. I'll provide an overview of the architecture, recently released VM simulation environment and some possible uses.

slides, video

Improving FreeBSD Packet Forwarding

Alexander Chernikov

An effort to summarize some of FreeBSD packet forwarding problems and propose some changes to eliminate them.

slides, video

Mirage/kFreeBSD

Gabor Pali

Status update on the completion of the FreeBSD kernel port of the Mirage unikernel. As it is implemented in OCaml, a contemporary functional programming language, this presentation also gives an experience report on how languages other than C can be employed within the kernel.

slides, video

Notes

If you are in trouble with preparing your slides, you could use the template attached to the page. It contains a LaTeX source file that you can modify to create PDF slides for the FreeBSD Developer Summit. It uses the Beamer class which is an easy-to-use extension to LaTeX for making presentations. You can easily install it by the following command (as root):

# pkg_add -r latex-beamer

or, with pkg:

# pkg install latex-beamer

This will install Beamer and pdfLaTeX that can be used for compiling the sources to produce the desired PDF file.

$ pdflatex my-presentation.latex

Or you can use the LibreOffice / OpenOffice template (contributed by BaptisteDaroussin).

A few rule-of-thumbs when creating slides:

Contact devsummit@FreeBSD.org if you have questions or problems.

Registration

In order to attend, you must register in advance; this allows us to size rooms, order food, provide beverages, and make dinner reservations. We appreciate your cooperation in letting us know your plans well in advance of the event. Non-committers must be sponsored by a committer in order to attend.

REGISTRATION IS OPEN. CLOSING DATE: SEPTEMBER 23.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.

A registration fee is charged for all attendees in order to cover the costs of the summit (rooms, wireless internet access, snacks, drinks, lunch, use of A/V equipment, badge, shirt). This fee is EUR 30 per day. Note that this fee does not include either the tutorials or the dinners (see below) so they have to be paid separately.

The fee can be paid through the conference site where the summit is listed. (If you do not find it in the list contact us.) Do not set your registration status yourself, we will do that once your registration has been confirmed.

Here is a list of the attendees and their guests at the summit.

Developer Attendees

(Please keep sorted alphabetically by last name. Do not change the format unless asked to.)

Name

FreeBSD ID

25th

26th

27th

EBSDC
28th

EBSDC
29th

Notes

Hotel

Reg.

MathieuArnold

mat

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 19:40 KM479 CDG->MLA, Dep 30th 13:20 KM478 MLA->CDG

Hilton

OK

GavinAtkinson

gavin

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 16:00 U28825 LGW->MLA, Dep 30th 14:45 MLA->LTN FR3883

Dean Hamlet Apart Hotel

OK

ZbigniewBodek

zbb

no

no

yes

yes

yes

OK

SofianBrabez

sbz

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

AdrianChadd

adrian

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

AlexanderChernikov

melifaro

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 07:45 KM561 DME->MLA, Dep 29th 22:30 KM560 MLA->DME

Golden Tulip

OK

MartinCracauer

cracauer

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Sat Sep 21 - Mon Sep 30

St. Julian's Bay Hotel

OK

AlistairCrooks

agc

?

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

BaptisteDaroussin

bapt

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

George

OK

BradDavis

brd

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 15:40 LH1310 FRA->MLA, Dep 30th 12:45 LH1277 MLA->FRA

OK

BrooksDavis

brooks

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 11:50 LH1276 FRA->MLA, Dep 30th 16:45 LH1311 MLA->FRA

OK

PawelJakubDawidek

pjd

?

yes

yes

?

?

OK

LarsEngels

lme

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Alexandra

OK

BeatGaetzi

beat

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

JustinGibbs

gibbs

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

vegetarian, Arr 23rd 3:40PM UA8895 FRA->MLA, Dep 30th 3:25PM UA9129 MLA->FRA

OK

DaichiGoto

daichi

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

St Julians Bay Hotel

OK

PeterGrehan

grehan

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 15:40 LH1310 FRA->MLA, Dep 1st 12:40 MLA->FRA LH1277

St Julians Bay Hotel

OK

EmanuelHaupt

ehaupt

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

JordanHubbard

jkh

?

yes

yes

?

?

OK

PoulHenningKamp

phk

?

no

yes

?

?

OK

ReneLadan

rene

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 14:00 KM 397 AMS->MLA, Dep 30th 07:50 KM 396 MLA->AMS

NSTS Hibernia, Sliema. Malta

OK

ErwinLansing

erwin

yes

yes

yess

yes

yes

Arr 25th 15:40 LH1310 FRA->MLA, Dep 30th 14:25 MLA->ZRH KM490

Hilton

OK

JeremieLeHen

jlh

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Thu, Sep 19 - Mon, Sep 30

Hilton

OK

RemkoLodder

remko

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 14.00 KM397 AMS->MLA -> Dep 30th 07:50 MLA-AMS KM396

Hilton

OK

IsabellLong

issyl0

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 16:00 U28825 LGW->MLA, Dep 30th 14:45 MLA->LTN FR3883

OK

ScottLong

scottl

?

yes?

yes?

yes?

yes

WarnerLosh

imp

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 21:45 FRA->MLA LH6304, Dep 30th 12:45 MLA->FRA LH1277

Hotel Argento

OK

MichaelLucas

mwlucas

?

yes

no

?

?

OK

EdMaste

emaste

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th LH1310 FRA-MLA, Dep 30th 7:20 KM100 MLA-LHR

OK

MartinMatuska

mm

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

KrisMoore

kmoore

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th -> Dep 1st

OK

AlexanderMotin

mav

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 21:50 OS676-KM515 DNK->VIE->MLA, Dep 5th 07:15 KM514-OS675 MLA->VIE->DNK

Golden Tulip

OK

MarkMurray

markm

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

AndreOppermann

andre

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

organizer

OK

PhilipPaeps

philip

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

vegetarian, troublemaker, Arr 23rd 19:50 KM421 BRU-MLA, Dep 30th 16:05 KM420 MLA-BRU

George

OK

NavdeepParhar

np

no

PM

yes

yes

yes

Hilton

OK

ColinPercival

cperciva

PM

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 15:40 AC214/AC844/LH1310 YVR-YYC-FRA-MLA, Dep 30th 15:25 LH1277/AC877/AC153 MLA-FRA-YYZ-YVR

Argento

OK

PáliGáborJános

pgj

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

organizer

OK

BenedictReuschling

bcr

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 23rd 11:55 LH1276 FRA->MLA, Dep 30th 12:45 LH1277 MLA->FRA

Valentina

OK

OllivierRobert

roberto

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 14:20 AM467 ORY->MLA, Dep 30th, 8:15 AM466 MLA-> ORY

Golden Tulip

OK

HirokiSato

hrs

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 24th 21:45 NH209-KM329 NRT-FRA-MLA, Dep 30th 16:45 LH1311-NH210 MLA-FRA-NRT

Hotel Cavalieri

OK

EdSchouten

ed

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 14:55 KM307 MUC-MLA, Dep 30th 09:25 KM306 MLA-MUC

Alexandra

OK

MatthewSeaman

matthew

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 10:40 FR3882 LTN-MLA, Dep 30th 14:45 FR3883 MLA-LTN

OK

HansPetterSelasky

hselasky

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th -> Dep 30th

OK

GlebSmirnoff

glebius

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

22th -> 30th

Dean Hamlet

OK

DagErlingSmørgrav

des

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr 25th 19:05 FR2343 RYG-MLA, Dep 30th FR2342 MLA-RYG

Alexandra

OK

UlrichSpoerlein

uqs

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

LawrenceStewart

lstewart

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr. 24th, Dep. 30th

OK

MariusStrobl

marius

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

vegetarian

OK

IonMihaiTetcu

itetcu

yes

yes

yes

yes

yes

Arr. 24th, Dep. 30th

St Julians Bay Hotel

OK

ThierryThomas

thierry

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

Alexandra

OK

AndrewTurner

andrew

late

yes

yes

yes

yes

OK

Guest Attendees

Developers are welcome to invite guests to attend the developer summit, subject to their tolerance for ceaseless hours of kernel hacking, and availability of space at the venue.

(Please keep sorted alphabetically by last name. Do not change the format unless asked to.)

Name

Affiliation

Host
(FreeBSD ID)

25th

26th

27th

EBSDC
28th

EBSDC
29th

Notes

Hotel

Reg.

Matthew Ahrens

ZFS and illumos

mm

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

OK

Ilya Bakulin

genua mbh

pgj

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr 25th 14:55 KM307 MUC-MLA, Dep 3rd 09:25 KM306 MLA-MUC

OK

Ambarisha Bhatlapenumarthi

GSoC

pgj

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr: 25th, Dep: 2nd

OK

Chris Buechler

pfSense

pgj

?

Y

N

?

?

OK

Olivier Cochard-Labbé

FreeNAS

mav

Y

Y

Y

Y

N

Vegetarian. Arr 25th 19:40 KM0479 CDG-MLA , Dep 29th 13:20 KM0478

Boho Hostel

OK

Michal Dubiel

Semihalf

pgj

N

N

Y

Y

Y

OK

AllanJude

ScaleEngine

bcr

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr 25th 11:50 LH1276 YYZ-FRA-MLA, Dep 30th 12:45

Hilton

OK

Mike Ma

GSoC

pgj

?

Y

Y

?

?

OK

Johannes Meixner

ports contributor

pgj

M

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr. 21th, 11:55 TLL-FRA LH885 FRA-MLA LH1276 Dep. 30th, 16:55 MLA-FRA LH1311, LH884 FRA-TLL

OK

Julio Merino

Google & NetBSD

pgj

N

Y

Y

Y

Y

OK

Rodrigo OSORIO

ports and advocacy

thierry

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr. 25th, 19:40 KM479, Dep. 30th 08:15 KM466

Alexandra

OK

DanielPeyrolon

GSoC

brooks

?

Y

Y

Y

Y

Vegetarian

OK

Pierre Pronchery

EdgeBSD

pgj

?

Y

N

?

?

OK

Matthew Rezny

RezTek, s.r.o.

roberto

?

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr 25th 11:50 LH1276, Dep 30th 7:15 KM514

Alexandra

OK

Adrian Steinmann

NetBSD

pgj

?

Y

N

Y

Y

OK

Andrew Wafaa

ARM

pgj

?

Y

Y

?

?

OK

Moritz Willers

independent

pgj

?

Y

N

Y

?

OK

KonradWitaszczyk

GSoC

pgj

Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Arr 25th, Dep 2nd

OK

Further Useful Information

Power Plugs

Mind that Malta has 230V AC mains using the bulky British three-prong standard plugs.

Catering

Lunches will be served as sandwiches during the day at the venue. Some snacks and soft drinks will be available during the sessions as well.

Dinners

Dinners are paid extra to the summit fee, all the places are booked in advance. Note that this year you can select and pay your dinner in advance through the EuroBSDcon registration system. This is also the preferred method, hence late dinner registrations are not really recommended.

Each of the dinners costs around EUR 27. See the EuroBSDcon registration form for the exact prices.

Hacking Lounges

The foyer (Portomaso) of the Conference Centre is going to be available for hacking lounges through all the developer summit and conference days, with wireless network access.

Locations

Coordinates

Maps

Photos

(Mail devsummit@freebsd.org with the link to your photos so we can add them here.)

Information on Prior Developer Summits

Information on prior Developer Summits is available from the DevSummit page.

201309DevSummit (last edited 2013-11-16 18:48:20 by PáliGáborJános)