|Timestamp||Track Title||Projects Covered||Who will be the primary and backup track chairs?||Ideal rooms / days setup?||Track Decription|
|19/06/2012 20:52:21||ApachEE||Apache OpenWebBeans, |
|struberg (Mark Struberg), dblevins (David Blevins)||1 whole day, 200 people room|
The idea is to do small power talks, 45 mins each, one after the other. We already have quite a few speakers.
|All about Java Enterprise projects at The Apache Software Foundation. |
We will showcase a whole bunch of incredibly fast and lightweight Java EE component projects developed at the ASF - together they build up a great stack which is not only lightning fast but also scales up to big server farms. No wonder those components are the base for a remarkable amount of PaaS vendors.
Each component will be explained in technically deep 45 minute talks, covering introduction and a deep dive with a short example.
|20/06/2012 08:15:17||Modular Java Applications||Felix, ACE, Karaf, Aries, Sling||Marcel Offermans (marrs)|
Karl Pauls (pauls)
|One day track, 100 person room.||Track covers the development of modular Java applications and how they can be deployed in public and private cloud environments.|
|20/06/2012 13:13:57||OpenOffice||If we consider a theme such as 'Social Document & Content Technologies'', additional session content may be scheduled from complementary Apache projects. For example, Apache Chemistry, Apache POI, and Apache ODF Toolki, Rave, Shindig, etc. could schedule sessions that will offer attendees new opportunities for sharing and community building, depending on how the final conference session grid is defined. For example:|
- ODF Toolkit
|Proposed at this stage, subject to the project communities approval:|
Chair, Don Harbison, email@example.com
Backup Chair, Juergen Schmidt, firstname.lastname@example.org
|(2) 100 person for two consecutive days. (Is it possible to subdivide these rooms with partitioning? An ideal room size for dedicated sessions would be more of a classroom size; e.g. 35 person seating with lectern and projection support.||The Apache OpenOffice project proposes a 'conference within a conference'. This structure might best fit within (2) parallel session streams over one or two days depending on the response to the CFP. Additionally a breakout room(s) for hacking, meetups and refreshments will be needed. The project has funds available to cover some of these additional costs. |
Keynotes from individuals leading user communities from business, governments and education will illustrate the myriad uses of OpenOffice.
Technical sessions focused on the core components: Writer, Calc, Impress, Math, Base and Draw will be featured. Equally important topics include: Programmability, Extensions, User Experience Design, Performance, Quality Engineering, Translation, and Documentation.
|20/06/2012 15:55:52||Web infractrusture||httpd|
tomcat (webserver part, proxying admin)
|3 days, 100 person room.||Web technologies - httpd, tomcat, traffic server.|
|20/06/2012 22:20:03||Camel in Action, Common problems, solutions and best practices||It will mainly cover Apache Camel.||primary: cmueller|
secondary: nobody at present. I'm asking around....
|one day, one session, 100 people||I will talk about common problems and their solutions I saw multiple times by our users using Apache Camel. This covers using transactions (local and XA), configuring routes at runtime, starting and stopping routes at runtime based on custom conditions, using JMX to monitor Camel and so on.|
|22/06/2012 00:18:23||Cloud||(I am supposing they'd be able to have folks present) |
and not limited to.
hadoop + friends
|David Nalley (ke4qqq)|
Chris Custine (ccustine)
|100 for two days.||Cloud computing projects are generating lots of buzz, and we'll have plenty of cloud-related, and cloud-consuming projects in attendance. Everything from running Apache $foo in the cloud to building and operating clouds with Apache $foo|
|22/06/2012 09:23:18||Linked Data||Apache Jena|
Incubating Apache Any23
Incubating Apache Clerezza
Incubating Apache Stanbol
|Co-Chaired by Andy Seaborne (email@example.com) and Reto Bachmann-Gmür (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Smaller room / 1 day||- linked data application|
- information extraction
- automated annotation
- enriched website
- RDF processing and reasoning.
- semantic web technologies
|27/06/2012 09:01:40||Big Data||cassandra|
|jbellis / Jonathan Ellis|
ianh / Ian Holsman
|A similar track at ApacheCon NA 2011 was standing-room-only in a 100 person room, and we had more talk submissions than we could cover in one day. I'd suggest 200/2 days.||Big Data is exploding across every industry, and Apache projects are at the forefront of taming this beast. From Cassandra to store your live data, to Hadoop to analyze it, to Kafka to direct it, to Mahout to learn from it, an understanding of these distributed systems is becoming increasingly key to modern, scalable application design.|
|02/07/2012 01:09:10||Encore! The best bits, revisited||All of them. We'll probably vote on twitter or something for what we can do||Nick <nick> - if no-one else does it|
Tim Williams <williamstw> - remote only
|Probably 1/2 day on the Friday, 100 person room||For the end of the conference (eg last afternoon), we ask the speakers from the most popular talks of the conference to give their talks again. This allows anyone who missed a great talk to have a 2nd chance to see it.|
|07/07/2012 15:56:03||Apache Daily||Logging, Maven, Ant, Buildr, Commons...||Olivier Lamy (olamy)|
Backup: Christian Grobmeier (grobmeier)
|TBD||Tools, Frameworks, Components and everything else, we use on a daily basis.|
|08/07/2012 16:38:52||NoSQL Database||Cassandra|
|Ted Yu <tedyu>|
Lewis John Mcgibbney <?>
|Two 100 person rooms: one for use cases, one for technical internals||There is Big Data track already. This track covers a subset of Big Data, namely, the NoSQL databases: Cassandra, HBase, Accumulo, etc.|
In the near future, NoSQL databases would co-exist with relational databases but play a more significant role in IT industry.
This track would cover use cases and latest technical developments in NoSQL databases.
|13/07/2012 22:13:15||Lucene, SOLR and Friends||Lucene|
various incubator projects in the ecosystem
other projects in the content space, such as Tika and ManifoldCF
|Nancy Colwell' <email@example.com>|
Elizabeth Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(with help from Apache committers at Lucid)
|2 days, 200 people room (probably divided into 2x100 most of the time)||(final text to be supplied by track chairs later)|
|17/07/2012 10:04:11||OFBiz - The not so obvious Apache project||Apache OFBiz||Pierre Smits (??) - primary||Although still negiotiating in the community, I believe that we can only go for a 100 people room. But half that size would be ok too.||Apache Ofbiz is the Enterprise Automation project of Apache since 2006, based on a solid framework, consisting of solutions for Product & Catalog Mgt, eCommerce, CRM, Warehousing, Manufacturing, Project Management, FiCo, and more. |
This track informs you about the ins and outs of OFbiz, what it is for and how to implement and use.
|09/08/2012 00:30:04||Community||- ASF|
- Apache Incubator
|- Chair: Mohammad Nour|
- Co-Chair: Ross Gardler
|1 day track 100 persons room|
In this track ACEU attendees expect to find the following:
- How ASF works and what are the different roles that a person can be responsible of inside ASF
- What distinguishes ASF from other open source communities when it comes to building open source software and communities around it
- Apache Incubator and its role of helping more projects and hence more communities to join ASF
- Open source software contribution, how and why it is important ?
- Is open source good for my business, how and why ?
- How much we can trust open source ?
- Success stories of businesses/organizations that could leverage open source software
- What kind of licenses are good for me and why ?