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23 LinuxCon talks available online

Aug 30, 2010  |  Rick Lehrbaum
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Over 20 sessions from LinuxCon 2010, held Aug. 10-12 in Boston, are now available for free online viewing courtesy of the Linux Foundation. The sessions span a wide range of topics, including: open source licensing; technical considerations pertaining to the Linux kernel, applications, and tools; server, mobile, and cloud computing issues; business considerations; panel discussions; and more.

Here’s a list of the available LinuxCon 2010 conference session videos:

  • Jim Zemlin — A New Approach to Open Source Compliance
  • Wim Coekaerts — A Technical Look at Linux at Oracle
  • Rob Chandhok — Mobile Linux: Adapting Practices, Driving Innovation, Collaboration, and Scalability
  • David Ahern — Using KVM as a Transparent Hardware Abstraction Layer
  • Matthew Garrett — Android/Linux Kernel: Lessons Learned
  • James Morris — Linux Kernel Security: Adapting 1960′s Technology to Meet 21st Century Threats
  • David Rientjes — When the Kernel Runs out of Memory
  • Linux Kernel Panel
  • Markus Rex — Empowering the Imagination For Tomorrow’s Linux Workloads
  • Jeffrey Hammond — Open Source Software Adoption Patterns in Enterprise IT
  • David Lutterkort — Deltacloud – Many Clouds, One API
  • Scott James Remnant — How We Made Ubuntu Boot Faster
  • Chris Mason — Btrfs File System: Status and Future
  • Len Brown — Saving Energy with the intel_idle cpuidle Driver (Green Linux)
  • Eben Moglen — Doing What it Takes: Current Legal Issues in Defending FOSS
  • Panel Discussion — Freedom to Innovate Can MeeGo’s Openness Change the Mobile Industry?
  • Stormy Peters — Your Desktop is Free But Where’s Your Data?
  • Ravi Simhambhatla — Selling the Value of Open Source When Cost is Not the Driver
  • Martin K Peterson — Linux and Advanced Storage Technologies
  • Mark Hinkle — Open Source Tool Chains for Managing the Cloud
  • Jon Corbet — The Kernel Report
  • Juergen Geck — Commanding Your Data
  • Golden Penguin Bowl

Access to the LinuxCon 2010 video archive begins with free registration, here. Further information about the conference is available here.
 

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