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This talk will introduce the world of 3D animation to novices and beginner users. Using Blender, users will learn how to perform many tasks, including modelling (mesh editing, subsurfing, etc), texturing (procedural and image-based), material design, animation, and lighting. Intermediate users will also learn a lot from this tutorial, as the new version of Blender, 2.6, has significantly changed.
Location: Portland 255
to attend, your registration must include Tutorials
In this track we explore the topic of cloud computing, its past, the future and the interaction with open source. The purpose of this track is to give the audience a sound understanding of the issues around cloud computing, to sort fact from fiction, to dispel some of the myths around cloud and to provide a common framework to understand what is happening in our industry.
It is not enough anymore for legislatures to release their data on a "website". Bills must be made available in a form that is easily indexed, searched, shared, blogged, discussed and tweeted. Bills must be well-formed, multi-format AND permalinked. Bills must becomes as blogs are - dynamic components of an online ecosystem.
If there was ever an opportunity to freely share software, it is among local governments. Come learn explore the opportunity to contribute to an ecosystem around open source civic software and the chance to code the next chapter of American history.
In this session members of the Emerging Technologies group for the City and County of San Francisco will discuss open government and open source initiatives enacted in 2009/2010.
Running one of the worlds largest open source services is hard, but it is something that we at Google believe adds a lot of value. This talk will take you through my journey of working with several open source veterans as we built such a service at Google and the benefit we regularly get from a thriving open source community.
In this lively discussion we'll give an update on the Google activities over the last year, including an overview of Android, Chrome, ChromeOS, Go and other releases. We will also present a milestone report on the summer of code.
Creating "free" web services will require more than just making web services using AGPL licensed software. We'll need trusted providers, protections around how data can be used and all the social aspects that the current web services have. We now have several free and open web services. Come hear what people are doing to define and create "free" web services. We need you!
The Open Source Digital Voting Foundation is a three-year old non-profit foundation supporting a full time effort called the TrustTheVote Project. Learn about this imperative effort to create publicly owned, accurate, transparent, trustworthy, and secure voting systems using open source methods and a growing stakeholder community of elections officials and domain experts nationwide.
What do open data and open source software have in common? User
rights, licensing, transparency, community, world-changing... open
data shares a lot with the open source movement, but it has new
challenges too. Come learn how open data and open source work
together, and how the open data community is learning from open
source's history and experience.
Location: Portland 251
Future Luke has traveled back from the year 2050 to give past Luke a beating for leaving bad code behind. Find out what you can do now to prevent future you from hating yourself, what happens to PHP over the next 40 years, and get an opportunity to ask somebody from 2050 when we will finally get our flying cars and why everybody in science fiction versions of the future has to wear a jumpsuit.
K-9 Mail is an open source email client for Android. It began life as a single feature fork of Android 1.0's core email client. Since fall of 2008, K-9 has seen several dozen contributors and a few thousand commits.
Picking up Android from scratch can be somewhat daunting. This talk will give you a leg up as you start into your first Android application.
Attend this session to know more about open source Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings and how they allow you to avoid platform lock-in. We will also talk about the first 100% open source cloud platform for enterprise applications - WSO2 Stratos.