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Monday, April 7
 

11:55am

Technology behind Whimsy.apache.org
I've developed a number of open source tools that the ASF uses that are hosted at whimsy.apache.org; many have inquired as to how these tools work and how they can contribute.  This talk will cover both of these topics.

Speakers
SR

Sam Ruby

IBM
Sam Ruby is a prominent software developer who has made significant contributions to many of the Apache Software Foundation's open source software projects, and to the standardization of web feeds via his involvement with the Atom web feed standard and the feedvalidator.org web service... Read More →


Monday April 7, 2014 11:55am - 12:45pm
Molly Brown
 
Tuesday, April 8
 

4:45pm

Ask the Infrastructure Team
Tuesday April 8, 2014 4:45pm - 5:35pm
Horace Tabor
 
Wednesday, April 9
 

9:00am

Releasing Apache Software
This presentation will explore technical, procedural, legal and cultural aspects of releasing Apache software; the distinction between "releasing" and "distributing"; the relationship between Apache's source releases and binary artifacts; maturing consensus as to what liberties may be taken with "incubating" releases; how our release process is holding up as the software world evolves; and how codifying the release process helps to fortify the Apache brand.

Speakers
avatar for Marvin Humphrey

Marvin Humphrey

Software Engineer, CBS Local
Marvin Humphrey is a former V.P. of the Apache Incubator and a founder of Apache Lucy. He is employed as a Software Engineer by Eventful, and has given presentations at OSCON, ApacheCon and elsewhere.


Wednesday April 9, 2014 9:00am - 9:50am
Lawrence A

10:00am

Apache development with GitHub and Travis CI
Much of the recent innovation in development tooling has happened around Git-based cloud services like GitHub and Travis CI. While these services are not part of the official Apache infrastructure, it's still possible to use them to complement the tooling available to Apache projects. Based on experience from Apache Jackrabbit, this presentation shows how to leverage such external services while staying true to Apache principles and policies.

Speakers
avatar for Jukka Zitting

Jukka Zitting

Senior Developer, Adobe Systems
Jukka Zitting is an experienced open source developer who works on various Java technologies related to content management. He's a key member of Apache Jackrabbit and Tika, and a frequent contributor to many other projects. In addition to his role as a developer, Jukka frequently... Read More →


Wednesday April 9, 2014 10:00am - 10:50am
Lawrence A

1:15pm

new monitoring system for ASF
For years Nagios has been monitoring our hosts/vms/services. Due to a sponsorship from Circonus infra got the opportunity to use a more modern system.

The talk will show the features of the new system, how infra has adapted the configuration process to the apache way (all changes in repos).

We will walk through the possibilities of the system seen from 3 different angles:
- The volunteer/committer who needs to know why something does not work
- ThK PMC who might want to have statistics or have critical services monitored.
- Infra wants to know when something is not working
new monitoring system for ASF -
Current implementation is phase 1, we have a couple of things in store for the future:
- Resource monitoring (RAM/DISK/net load)
- More user friendly information about our infrastructure.

Live screens will be used to demonstrate the functionality

Speakers
JI

Jan Iversen

my family
Jan Iversen is danish, live in spain and have developed software since 1975, member of ASF, Chair of LABS and commiter/PMC in several projects. Jan Iversen´s main focus is to help make the foundation an even better place for opensource projects. Jan Iversen works with Apache OpenOffice... Read More →


Wednesday April 9, 2014 1:15pm - 2:05pm
Lawrence A

2:15pm

SVNPubSub - A notification API for Subversion
Apache Subversion is an open source version control system that is widely used.  Version control systems are the heart of software development and getting the most value out of them means integrating them with other systems.  SVNPubSub provides an infrastructure for receiving events from a Subversion repository.  Ben Reser will show you some off the shelf solutions with SVNPubSub, how to write your own and a look into the possible future of SVNPubSub beyond just Subversion.

Speakers
BR

Ben Reser

WANdisco
Ben Reser’s work at VServers (web hosting provider) and Universal Commerce (ecommerce outsourcing) led him to work on a variety of open source projects. He started contributing to Subversion with his work on the Perl bindings in 2003. His work on Subversion expanded from there... Read More →


Wednesday April 9, 2014 2:15pm - 3:05pm
Lawrence A