Talks & Schedule

Saturday Auditorium Karnak Louxor Dendérah
08:30-09:00 Registration & Breakfast
09:00-09:30 Opening
09:30-10:30 Keynote 1: Software Development in the Age of Heroes

Thomas Pornin

11:00-12:00 Tuning FreeBSD for routing and firewalling

Olivier Cochard-Labbé

“Is it done yet ?” The never ending story of pkg tools

Marc Espie

A Modern Replacement for BSD spell(1)

Abhinav Upadhyay

13:00-14:00 My BSD sucks less than yours, Act I

Antoine Jacoutot & Baptiste Daroussin

A Tale of six motherboards, three BSDs and coreboot

Piotr Kubaj & Katarzyna Kubaj

Portable Hotplugging: NetBSD’s uvm_hotplug(9) API development

Cherry G. Mathew

BSD Certification Exam
14:00-15:00 My BSD sucks less than yours, Act II

Antoine Jacoutot & Baptiste Daroussin

State of the DragonFly’s graphics stack

François Tigeot

Hardening pkgsrc

Pierre Pronchery

15:30-16:30 Reproducible builds on NetBSD

Christos Zoulas

From NanoBSD to ZFS and Jails – FreeBSD as a Hosting Platform, Revisited

Patrick M. Hausen

Discovering OpenBSD on AWS

Laurent Bernaille

Increasing Diversity in the BSDs
16:30-17:30 Your scheduler is not the problem

Martin Pieuchot

Bacula – nobody ever regretted making a backup

Dan Langille

OpenBSD Testing Infrastructure Behind

Jan Klemkow

FreeBSD based storage HA concepts and implementations.

Patrick M. Hausen

17:30-18:30 Keynote 2: A French story on cybercrime

Éric Freyssinet

Sunday Auditorium Karnak Louxor Dendérah
08:30-09:30 Registration & Breakfast
09:30-10:30 Case studies of sandboxing base system with Capsicum
Mariusz Zaborski
Never Lose a Syslog Message
Alexander Bluhm
The school of hard knocks – PT1
Sevan Janiyan
11:00-12:00 OpenBSD’s small steps towards DTrace (a tale about DDB and CTF)
Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse
Running CloudABI applications on a FreeBSD-based Kubernetes cluster
Ed Schouten
7 years of maintaining firefox, and still looking ahead
Landry Breuil
Emmanuel Vadot
13:00-14:00 The Realities of DTrace on FreeBSD
George Neville-Neil
The OpenBSD web stack
Michael W. Lucas
Branch VPN solution based on OpenBSD, OSPF, RDomains and Ansible
Remi Locherer

Allan Jude

14:00-15:00 OpenSMTPD, current state of affairs

Gilles Chehade

The LLDB Debugger on NetBSD

Kamil Rytarowski

Running BSD on AWS

Julien simon & Nicolas David

15:30-16:30 Hoisting: lessons learned integrating pledge into 500 programs

Theo de Raadt

What’s in store for NetBSD 8.0?

Alistair Crooks

Getting started with OpenBSD device driver development

Stefan Sperling


Gilles Chehade

16:30-17:30 Keynote 3: System Performance Analysis Methodologies

Brendan Gregg