講題：Smaller and Faster Android: Optimization and Toolchain Perspective
講者：廖世偉 Shih-wei Liao ( Tech Lead, Google )
自介：Shih-wei Liao is a tech lead at Google Mountain View while being on-leave from National Taiwan University. He received his BS from NTU in 1991 and his MS and PhD from Stanford University in 1995 and 2000, respectively. He has many years of product experience at Intel and Google and more than two dozens of patent applications. On the other hand, he also publishes extensively on multicores, compilers, programming systems, and blocking & affine partitioning theory which is included in the Dragon Book. (Dragon book is a bible in the field of compilers.)
摘要：How to systematically achieve smaller Android footprint and optimized Android execution? I'll introduce the design of the Android toolchain and present several case studies on optimizations. We know that Taiwan's OBM, ODM, OEM industries thrive on optimizations such as cost-cutting and battery-efficiency. To m…
自介：Dave Sparks is the technical lead on the Android media framework. He has been involved in the audio industry for many years and was the principle author of the MMA's Downloadable Sounds specification (DLS) now part of the MPEG-4 and 3GPP standards.
摘要：Some monks might take a vow of silence, but Android certainly hasn't. In this talk, Android engineer Dave Sparks will take you on a journey deep inside the Android media framework, exploring the mysteries of Android's multimedia services.
Openembedded is a flexible and powerful autobuild system. It helps us porting different distributions to different hardwares without too much pain. I'd like to introduce the OpenEmbedded system via creating a tiny distribution and running it on a real embedded system. I will use beagleboard to demonstrate the image. If you have beagleboard, you can take that and play at the same time.
Terence Chiang joined Intel Open Source Technology Center (OTC) as a senior Technical Marketing Engineer focus on the Moblin technology enabling. Prior his role in OTC, Terence is as a senior Intel APAC Digital Home Client Enabling Application Engineer in the SSG Developer Relations Division. During his time in DRD, he worked with Independent Software Vendors to enable the latest Intel Technology including Intel ViiV Technology, Intel VPro Technology, Multicore Programming and Gaming Application performance optimization. Terence graduated from the University of Southern California (USC) with dual master degrees in Manufacturing Engineering and Electrical Engineering. He has a solid background and expertise in Multimedia Compression, Digital Signal Processing and Computer Graphics technology.
This session will go through the overview of Moblin Core to f…
摘要： Although the concept of virtualization has existed since the 1960s, the applications become mature and diverse recently. The term "hypervisor" is referred to the original goal: providing a virtualization layer that strictly isolates virtual machines from each other for security and reliability purposes, that meets the requirement of rich mobile devices nowadays. The talk convers running operating systems in isolated run-time environments on a single hardware platform, and what we can benefit from it: flexible system configurations, legal/contractual liability, secure designs, etc.
摘要: There is 3D acceleration on our laptops/netbooks. There is no reason that we cannot accelerate Android when it runs on the same devices. This talk is about 3D acceleration on Android. However, it will focus more on Mesa/DRI and focus less on Android, as the former is more open to our definitions.
2. 語言的彈性, Google 工程師 Steve Yen 自己實做了一套類似 Ruby on Rail 的 framework 叫做Trimpath, 又稱為 Rhino on Rail, 有跟 Rail 一樣的 ActiveRecord (Code sample)。
* client side solutions o What are client side solutions? o Limitations of client side solutions * Server side solutions o What are server side solutions? o Benefits of server side solutions * Introduction to ZK 5 * Where we see the future of Ajax * Conclusion
自介： Perl Hacker , 目前在 AIINK (愛印網) 以 Perl 語言開發的 Jifty web framework 從事網站開發相關工作，於 CPAN Perl 模組典藏網維護多個 Perl 模組，曾參與 Jifty, SD 等開放原始碼專案。主要以 vim 做為開發工具，在自己 blog 發表過多篇 vim 進階使用技巧。
摘要： 撰寫程式碼，使用的編輯器真的對效率有很大的影響，有多少人總是滑鼠搭配連續的方向鍵來做程式碼修改，卻不知道這些瑣碎的動作花去他們多少時間？覺得這些動作太煩人嗎？ 找不到可以方便自訂功能的編輯器嗎？找不到一個能支援各種語言 syntax highlight 的編輯器嗎？ 或是剛開始使用 Vim 但是卻對客製化自己的 vim 或是對 Plugin 束手無策？本議題將探討 Vim 編輯器如何以快狠準提昇生產力、編輯效率，秘訣與技巧。介紹 Vim 功能、插件 (Plugin)、版本控制、資料庫等等輔助插件以及其他常用技巧。
Fred 是永遠的大四生，開放原始碼愛好者，LXDE 的主要開發者之一，不時在業界任職或接案打工，是個職業的工讀生。
Penk is a web & open source developer and the project leader of xPUD.
為因應這個行動裝置當道的時代，羽量級操作環境和系統是眾所矚目的焦點，不單硬體，今日的軟體也開始追求省電、省時、省資源，而且，載體也已經從電腦跨足到 PDA、手機等裝置。過去瘋狂消費硬體能力的軟體設計，勢必不再能立足。反觀思考如何開發輕量的系統，就變成了當前最重要的課題之一。而長久以來， LXDE 就在這輕量的課題上多有著墨，其除了可以是一個羽量級桌面環境外，更是一個羽量級軟體的集合，可以協助各個行動裝置快速建立基本的輕量系統平台。本議程將在此探討 LXDE 羽量級桌面環境的背後，有著如何的設計邏輯和架構，以及說明未來的發展方向。
講題：Cloud Computing - An Opportunity for Linux Netbooks
講者：Sascha Pallenberg ( Editor in Chief Netbooknews.com )
Sascha Pallenberg has been a leading proponent of the small form factor and mobile computing market for several years. With the rise of the netbooks he started his first mobile computing blog Eeepcnews.de back in December 2007, while he was still living in the US. After just 2 months he quit his job at his US startup and relocated to Taipei/Taiwan to cover the recent netbook news directly from its’ source. Netbooknews.de became a leading source for all the netbook related news, even though he is still blogging in German. With the help of Nicole Scott (former BnetTV.com), Joanna Stern (Laptopmag.com) and Lars Nilsson (former Fudzilla.com) he is going to launch Netbooknews.com in June 2009. A weekly vodcast about all the latest mobile computing news from the Asian hotspots.
In the beginning of the netbook market, Linux netbooks had a huge momentum, especially due to the Xan…
講者：Martin Pool (Launchpad Project Manager，Canonical)
自介：Martin Pool has been involved with open source development since the mid nineties, including Apache-Java, Samba, rsync, librsync, and GNU Keyring for PalmOS. He wrote the distcc distributed compiler, which won an OSI Open Source Award. Martin has worked on Bazaar at Canonical since early 2005. Earlier this year he rode a motorcycle to the southernmost point in Australia.
In the last day, tens of thousands of people will have interacted with
Ubuntu and thousands of other open source projects through
Who are these people, what are they doing, and why?
We'll have a look at Launchpad through the eyes of an open source
developer working to fix bugs, a person translating software into
their native language, and a commercial development manager scheduling
work for their next product release.
近年來，自由軟體與數位藝術的結合，造就了一股新的趨勢與生態，這不僅僅是存在於單純技術上的應用，也包括了藝術工作著對於 創作 / 科技 / 社會的觀點。此演講將以 Pure Data ( http://puredata.info/，http://pdtw.blogspot.com/ ) 軟體為例，來觀看自由軟體與數位藝術獨特的文化，以及它周遭相關的議題。其中對於 Pure Data 的操作及功能也會大略介紹。Pure Data 是一個即時圖形化編寫程式環境，針對音頻，視頻和圖形處理，是patcher程式編寫語言。
自介：Mr. Tan is a veteran BSD user who learned Unix on VAX-11/780 running 4.3BSD. He switched to Mac OS X since Apple switched to Unix.
1. Motivation: Why I wanna do it? Like most of open source projects, to scratch my own itch. What the itch is?
2. Introduction of the Gigabyte M528: hardware spec and the software came with it.
3. Details of what problems I encountered and how did get stocked or solve them.
4. My 2 cents on what Android can do beyond cell phones and netbooks.
Android is indeed an open platform and large-scale open source project, which is amazing, but it excludes some well-known free and open source software such as glibc. This talk is about to share the experience about migrating from traditional GNU/Linux to Android. Also, 0xlab introduces some non-trial modifications in order to leverage existing native Linux software into Android.
Project Sun SPOT was created to encourage the development of new applications and devices. It is designed from the ground up to allow programmers who never worked with embedded devices before to think beyond the keyboard, mouse and screen and write programs that interact with each other, the environment and their users in completely new ways. This talk will show you all the interesting aspects of Sun SPOT so that you can start to have fun with it.
講題：OpOpen Source Friendly Home Atomation Hardwrae Platform
講者：王佑中 (wycc, homescenario CTO)
電郵：wycc AT homescenario dot com
自介：Woks for multiple embedded multimedia and network equipment in the past ten years. Currently works for HomeScenario to develop home automation products. Attends several open source projects, such as chdrv, LyX, perl composer, RED-Linux and MadButterfly, since 1997.
The HSC-200 is a home automation platfrom. In addition to the commerical edition, we will release a community edititon, which allow open source community to port open source home automation projects, such as Mr. House and open remote to a non-PC platform. In this talk, we will cover the background of this decision and our expectation to this action.
自介：Andrew Purtell is a software and systems architect at Trend Micro and a contributor to the Apache Software Foundation's HBase project. His background is in large scale software systems and networks, Internet technologies, security architecture, databases, and open source software.
This talk will present the Bigtable distributed database architecture and data model, the architecture and implementation of the Apache HBase open source version of Bigtable, and improvements and enhancements in the latest release.
自介：Paul Ooi, the Chief Systems Engineer of Global Transit Communications (http://www.globaltransit.net),
majored in Software Engineering. Paul has many years experience on Unix Systems, Network Security and Web Development and actively involves in Open Source projects related to Unix FreeBSD, Network Monitoring System, Honeynet Security and OSS Applications. He is the crew of Hack In The
Box (www.hackinthebox.org), a group that organize Asia Largest Security Conference
* What is Symfony Project?
* Why using Framework?
* Symfony? Why?
* Symfony requirements and installation
* Demo Session: Building Address Book in 15 Minutes
自介：Senior Program Manager of OpenSolaris Developer Collaboration Engineering Team
A discussion about how developers, users, and organizations can contribute to the OpenSolaris project. The story is told primarily from the perspective of a community building effort, and the scope of history ranges from the project's inception more than a year prior to the 2005 launch right up through to the present with the new OpenSolaris binary distribution. The talk is designed to generate active community participation and focuses on how developers can directly contribute to the project on a variety of levels.
From this start and an interest in Ham Radio an early career doing hardware and embedded software development followed back when 8-bit 68HC11's were the latest and greatest.
Hugh has been working on Free software since the mid-90's for fun and as a (still fun!) paid gig since 1999. He was co-author of the gnokii project and developed kernel device drivers for the Keyspan USB-serial adaptors.
He worked at IBM's Linux Technology Centre as a Open Source Hacker in the Canberra based OzLabs team for just shy of eight years doing everything from first line management to Linux kernel porting for embedded PowerPC platforms.
He now works on Ubuntu Linux at Canonical in the kernel team but remains firmly of the view that any day that involves a soldering iron, a 'scope and emacs is a good day.