Open Source Workshop #2 – Tuning JVM, KVM, Linux Deepin

January 14, 2012 (Saturday) at 2 PM – 6 PM

Room M108, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hunghom

What will we do ?

  • bring our open source / Linux questions and ideas to workshop to seek for answers, helps, ideas from others.
  • bring our ideas to workshop to share, create new (or promote existing) open source projects, and seeks for partners/workmates.
  • present, share your experience, knowledge to us in lightning talks or talk sessions.
  • assist newbies to install Linux on their own laptops, tell and discuss why and how to use open source / Linux to/with newbies
  • meet with old friends, making new friends, building your own social network.
  • 50% short talks / lightening talks + 50% free discussion / small workshop.
  • having informal dinner together after workshops and chit-chat!

Agenda
2:00pm Reception / Equipment Testing
2:30pm Tuning the JVM for Extreme Low Latency
3:30pm Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) talk #2
4:00pm Latest version of Linux Deepin
4:05pm Voyage Linux
4:10pm Workshop / Free Group Discussion
6:00pm End

Topics suggested by participants:

  • 55 mins – Tuning the JVM for Extreme Low Latency (Sunny Chan / Hong Kong Java User Group)
  • 25 mins – Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) talk #2 (@wanleung)
  • Workshop #2a – Trial installation of OLPC XO School Server on a fanless MiniATX system. (@wanleung & TK Kang / One Laptop Per Child)
  • 5-min lightening talk – Latest version of Linux Deepin (Sun Xilin).

Organisators:

  • Open Source Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Linux User Group
  • Opensource Application Knowledge Association
  • Hong Kong Java User Group

我們會做甚麼 ?

  • 帶我們大家的 open source / Linux 問題和 ideas 來 workshop,向別人尋找答案、幫助、ideas。帶我們的 ideas 來 workshop 分享,展開新的 (或推廣現有) 的開放源碼計劃,並找志同道合的幫手。
  • 在 5 分鐘的閃電講 / 25 分鐘演講,向別人介紹和分享你的經驗和知識。
  • 幫助新手在他們 laptop 上安裝 Linux,向新手講述和討論為何、如何使用 open source / Linux。
  • 跟舊朋友聚舊,認識新朋友,建立你在社群的人際網絡。
  • 50% 時間是短講 / 閃電講 + 50% 時間自由討論 / 小型工作坊。
  • workshops 後可以一起去吃晚飯,繼續聊天。

Sammy Fung

The President at Open Source Hong Kong, the blogger at sammyfun.com, an open source developer, a Mozilla Rep, the lead of GNOME Asia committee and the contributing member of Python Software Foundation.

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