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Monday, June 29








Creating a Culture of Inclusion - Jeremy Hayes, Liatrio Conference Room 15 2020 Trends in Enterprise Open Source Programs - Alex Williams, The New Stack Conference Room 12 How Open Mainframe Project’s Zowe is Opening up the Mainframe. Who Says You Can’t Teach Old Dogs New Tricks? - Joseph Winchester, IBM Conference Room 14 ONNX: Past, Present, and Future - Jim Spohrer, IBM & Prasanth Pulavarthi, Microsoft Conference Room 10 Learning Event Streaming Processing with Pac-Man - Ricardo Ferreira, Confluent Conference Room 9 Bridging Security and Reality with Open Policy Agent - Rachel Leekin & Jamie Duncan, VMware Conference Room 8 Image Signal Processing (ISP) Drivers & How to Merge One Upstream - Helen Koike, Collabora Conference Room 2 Linux GPIO: Evolution and Current State of the User API - Bartosz Golaszewski, BayLibre Conference Room 3 IoT Root of Trust: Knowing Who We Are and Who We Trust - David Brown, Linaro Conference Room 5 Deploying Btrfs at Facebook Scale - Josef Bacik, Facebook Conference Room 6 Journey to the Test - Experiences in Getting Serious About Testing Apache Traffic Server - Alan M. Carroll, Verizon Media Conference Room 7 Bridging the Gap - Linux in Safety Critical Systems - Elana Copperman, Mobileye Conference Room 1 Building FOSS Software On ARM64 and ppc64le - Lance Albertson, OSU Open Source Lab & Peter Pouliot, Ampere Computing Conference Room 13 Tutorial: Introduction to the Embedded Boot Loader U-boot - Behan Webster, Converse in Code Conference Room 4 Tutorial: Bashful to Bold - A Bash Primer - Alex Juarez, Rackspace Conference Room 11










Mexico OpenSource Contribution, presented by TechMex - Alejandro Gonzalez Miranda, Cloudera Conference Room 15 How to Grow Your Open Source Project and Become an Umbrella Project - John Mertic, The Linux Foundation Conference Room 12 Ensuring That Documentation Is a First-class Citizen in Open Source Projects - Ray Paik, GitLab & Sofia Wallin, Ericsson Software Technology Conference Room 14 Compare, Contrast, Contribute: Model Deployment Standards and How You Can Help - Svetlana Levitan & Nick Pentreath, IBM Conference Room 10 The Common Configuration Scoring System for Kubernetes Security - Julien Sobrier, Octarine Labs Inc. Conference Room 9 Inside the Linux Security Modules (LSM) - Vandana Salve, Prasme Systems Conference Room 2 Toolchains in the New Era and How to Update Safe - Victor Rodriguez, Intel Conference Room 3 Lessons Learned in Creating Edge Management with Open Source Software - Jim White, IOTech Systems Conference Room 5 CIP Installed: Sustainable Software Stacks in Long-living Products - Urs Gleim, Siemens AG & Yoshitake Kobayashi, Toshiba Corporation Conference Room 7 Software Is Made of Change: Git 101 Best Practices - Darren Hart, VMware Conference Room 13 Tutorial: Device Tree (DTS), Linux Board Bring-up and Kernel Version Changing - A Review of Some Lessons Learned - Schuyler Patton, Texas Instruments Conference Room 4 Tutorial: Systemd: The Adventure Continues - Lee Elston, The Linux Foundation Conference Room 11 Tutorial: Test Driven Development in Open Source Projects - Jonathan Berkhahn, IBM Conference Room 1