Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of FOSDEM2010AltOSDevroomSchedule


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    2829Project website: http://www.rtems.org
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    3031== Porting KGI graphics drivers from Linux to GNU Hurd ==
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    32 Title: Porting KGI graphics drivers from Linux to GNU Hurd
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    3433Speaker: Olaf Buddenhagen
     
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    5554http://www.kgi-project.org
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    5656http://hurd.gnu.org
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    5858== DDE --- Generic Porting of Device Drivers ==
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    5960Speaker: Dirk Vogt
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    6062Duration: 15 minutes
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    7173Genode operating system framework developed by Genode Labs (Dresden). There are also plans to port the DDE to Minix 3.
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     75Links:
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    7377TUD:OS: http://os.inf.tu-dresden.de
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    7479Genode: http://genode.org
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    7581Genode Labs: http://www.genode-labs.com/
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    7683Minix 3: http://www.minix3.org
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    7885== Network virtualisation using Crossbow technology ==
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    7987Speaker: Uros Nedic
    80  * duration   45min
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    82  * activity title   Network virtualisation using Crossbow technology
     89Duration: 45min
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    84  * a short abstract
     91Leveraging current hardware capacities becomes one ofthe mayor topics in current IT business. Designing toolsfor deploying network virtualization and effectivelycontrolling virtual network environments from the perspectiveof network capacities raised demand for a project called Crossbow.
     92With this technology we could effectively control how anapplication access to the network and decide how much bandwidthit could use. Also, we could dynamically allocate bandwidthresources giving to the application surplus if needed on behalfof other(s) application(s) whose network resources are underutilized.
     93This is done by creating Virtual Network Interface Cards (VNICs)and dedicating each of them to the different application we want todeploy. In this presentation we'll show how Crossbow technology workin practice deployed on OpenSolaris.
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    86    Leveraging current hardware capacities becomes one ofthe mayor topics in current IT business. Designing toolsfor deploying network virtualization and effectivelycontrolling virtual network environments from the perspectiveof network capacities raised demand for a project called Crossbow.
    87    With this technology we could effectively control how anapplication access to the network and decide how much bandwidthit could use. Also, we could dynamically allocate bandwidthresources giving to the application surplus if needed on behalfof other(s) application(s) whose network resources are underutilized.
    88    This is done by creating Virtual Network Interface Cards (VNICs)and dedicating each of them to the different application we want todeploy. In this presentation we'll show how Crossbow technology workin practice deployed on OpenSolaris.
    89  * optionally a list of links to the project website or similar
    90     http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Project+crossbow/
     95Links:
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     97http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Project+crossbow/
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    9299== OpenSound System v4 port to Haiku ==
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    93101Speaker: François Revol
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    9410330min
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    98107Speaker: François Revol
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    9910915min
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