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Saturday

Time Track 1
Vitosha hall
Track 2
Rhodopi hall
Track 3
Pirin hall
8:30 Registration/Opening
9:30 Keynote
FreeBSD: Looking forward to another 10 years
Jordan Hubbard
10:15 Coffee break
10:45 Snapshots, Replication, and Boot-Environments
Kris Moore
BSD/ARM Kernel Internals
Arun Thomas
Improving DragonFly’s performance with PostgreSQL
Francois Tigeot
11:45 An Introduction to the Implementation of ZFS
Kirk McKusick
Developing Software in a Hostile Environment
Ted Unangst
Running Applications on the NetBSD Rump Kernel
Justin Cormack
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Optimizing GELI Performance
John-Mark Gurney
Taming OpenBSD Network Stack Dragons
Martin Pieuchot
FreeBSD Devsummit Status Report
Benedict Reuschling
14:30 FUSE and beyond: bridging filesystems
Emmanuel Dreyfus
OpenBGPD turns 10 years
Design, Implementation, Lessons learned
Henning Brauer
EdgeBSD, a year later
Pierre Pronchery
15:15 Coffee break
15:45 NPF scripting with Lua
Lourival Vieira Neto
vscsi(4) and iscsid
iSCSI initiator the OpenBSD way
Claudio Jeker
Using routing domains / tables in a production network
Peter Hessler
16:45 A  Reimplementation of NetBSD Based on a Microkernel
Andy Tanenbaum
Making OpenBSD Useful on the Octeon Network Gear
Paul Irofti
QEMU user mode on FreeBSD
Sean Bruno
17:30 End of conference day
R&R before Social Event

SUNDAY

Time Track 1
Vitosha hall
Track 2
Rhodopi hall
Track 3
Pirin hall
8:30 Coffee
9:30 Software segmentation offloading for FreeBSD
Stefano Garzarella
Cross Building the FreeBSD ports tree
Baptiste Daroussin
Bugs Ex Ante
Kristaps Dzonsons
10:15 Coffee break
10:45 LibreSSL
Ted Unangst
Smartcom’s control plane software, a customized version of FreeBSD
Boris Astardzhiev
Porting NetBSD to the LatticeMico32 open source CPU
Yann Sionneau
11:45 Randomness: how arc4random has grown since 1998
Theo de Raadt
OpenStack and OpenContrail for FreeBSD platform
Michał Dubiel
JIT Code Generator for NetBSD
Alexander Nasonov
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Introducing ASLR In FreeBSD
Shawn Webb
(Tool-)chaining the Hydra The ongoing quest for modern toolchains in NetBSD
Martin Huseman & Joerg Sonnenberger –
Porting Valgrind to NetBSD and OpenBSD
Masao Uebayashi
14:30 The LLDB Debugger in FreeBSD
Ed Maste
The entropic principle: /dev/u?random and NetBSD
Taylor R Campbell
parallel make:
working with legacy code
Marc Espie
15:15 Coffee break
15:45 Secure lazy binding
Philip Guenther
Securing sensitive & restricted data
Dag-Erling Smørgrav
Porting the drm/kms graphic drivers to DragonFly
Francois Tigeot
16:45 Keynote
Submitting documents anonymously
Atanas Chobanov
17:30 Closing Session

THURSDAY

Time Track 1
Rhodopi hall
Track 2
Pirin hall
Track 3
Vihren hall
9:00 An Introduction to the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System
1.1 Kernel Overview
Kirk McKusick
Peter Hansteen – Building The Network You Need With PF FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 continued
1.1 Kernel Overview
Kirk McKusick
continued
Building The Network You Need With PF
Peter Hansteen
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
13:15 Lunch break
14:15 An Introduction to the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System
1.2 Kernel I/O structure
Kirk McKusick
Subversion for FreeBSD developers
Stefan Sperling
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
16:15 Coffee break
16:30 continued
Open-Source Operating System
1.2 Kernel I/O structure
Kirk McKusick
continued
Subversion for FreeBSD developers
Stefan Sperling
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)

Friday

Time Track 1
Rhodopi hall
Track 2
Pirin hall
Track 3
Vihren hall
Track 4
Rila hall
9:00 An Introduction to the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System
2.1 Filesystems Overview
Kirk McKusick
Transition to OpenBSD 5.6
Peter Hansteen
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 continued
2.1 Filesystems Overview
Kirk McKusick
continued
Transition to OpenBSD 5.6 (cont.)
Peter Hansteen
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
BSDA certification exam
13:15 Lunch break
14:15 An Introduction to the FreeBSD
Open-Source Operating System
2.2 Networking Implementation
Kirk McKusick
Let’s make manuals more useful!
Ingo Schwarze
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
NetBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
16:15 Coffee break
16:30 continued
Open-Source Operating System
2.2 Networking Implementation
Kirk McKusick
continued
Let’s make manuals more useful!
Ingo Schwarze
FreeBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
NetBSD devsummit
(invitation only)
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