Jon "maddog" Hall talked about something he has personal experience in, 50 years of UNIX. Enjoy!
Looking over the fine list of presentations and events for LinuxFest Northwest 2019, here are my preliminary picks for which ones I want to attend. Since there are several at any given time slot, there are quite a few more I'd like to see but... conflicts. I hope they record the presentations and post them in a timely fashion.
9:30 - CC-208 - UEFI Boot for Mere Mortals
10:45 - CC-115 - Linux Container Primitives
1:00 - CC-200 - The Current State of Free and Open Source Software in Public Education
2:15 - CC-115 - A DevOps State of Mind: Continous Security with Kubernetes
3:30 - CC-115 - A DevOps State of Mind: Managing Microserves and Databases with Kubernetes
9:30 - CC-236 - The Fight for a Secure Linux BIOS... Past, Present and Future
10:45 - G-103 - Sex, Secret and God: A Brief History of Bad Passwords
12:30 - CC-200 - Deep Dive into firecracker-containerd
1:45 - G-103 - "Just don't buy it"
3:00 - G-103 - Q&A: Past, Present & Future
Unfortunately, what sometimes happens is that at the last minute things get shuffled around some and then you have to adjust. We'll see how it works out this year.
Folks going this year include: Gary Bummer, Rob Potter, Warren Sanders and myself. Anyone else interested in attending? We probably have room for one more.
LFNW 2017 is in Bellingham, WA this weekend... and this will be my umteenth year of going (I've lost count... 10, 11?). Looking at the schedule, here's what interests me thus far:
9:30am to 10:30am - Fedora: where we are and where we're going *OR* More Terrible Ideas for Containers? The Ideal and the Real Linux Container
10:45am to 12:15pm - Secure Cloud: Linode With Full Disk Encryption
1:00pm to 2:00pm - Cashless Society: a Credible Death Threat to Privacy
2:15pm to 3:15pm - Virtualized Gaming & Server performance using PCIe passthrough
3:30pm to 4:30pm - The Surveillance State in the Trump Era: Government Spying, Why it Matters, and What You Can Do
10:45am to 11:45am - RISC-V: Open Hardware for Your Open Source Software
12:30pm to 1:30pm - Things you didn't know Apache httpd could do
1:45pm to 2:45pm - Three Generations of FreeNAS: The World's most popular storage OS turns 12
3:00pm to 4:00pm - Container Images @ FB with Btrfs
Deb Nicholson talked about the state of software patents after the United States Supreme Court's ruling in the landmark Alice vs. CLS Bank case. Enjoy!
Just got back from LFNW this morning. Gary, Rob and I went. This year they were able to capture screencasts from all of the presentations. Here's one I enjoyed attending: