This will be the eighth installment of OggCamp, the largest Open Source & Open Culture event in UK. It will take place on 19th and 20th August 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Friday 18th August 2017

19:00
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Pre-Event Social at "The Ballroom" in Entroware Main Stage (5 hours)

Drinks upstairs at The Ballroom

Saturday 19th August 2017

10:30
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Welcome Talk in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

A welcome to OggCamp '17

11:00
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Exploits and our digital rights
Talk by Ian Hutchinson from IF in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

Ian Hutchinson is a developer at IF, a design studio that works with teams to build digital services people trust. He explores socio-political challenges by making things and prototyping new interactions and experiences.

11:30
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What the heck are snaps
Talk by Martin Wimpress in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Project Nemo
Talk by @ImranC in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

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Being a geek in normal culture
Talk by unknown speaker in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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12:00
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The openSUSE Project - Contributing, Offerings, Governance and Organisation
Talk by Richard Brown from SUSE in Entroware Main Stage (55 minutes)

openSUSE is a diverse open source project that is home to many different software offerings, including the record-setting Tumbleweed rolling-release distribution, the ground-breaking Leap enterprise/community hybrid distribution and the revolutionary Open Build Service and openQA software build/test tools. This talk will detail the offerings of the openSUSE Project, discuss how the project is organised & governed, and how people can contribute to the openSUSE Project. Examples will be given of both general community contributions and SUSE’s contributions to the openSUSE Project as a key part of SUSE’s Open Source business model. Richard Brown is from England but currently lives in Nuremberg in Germany, and is employed as a QA Engineer by SUSE, as well as Chairman of the openSUSE Project. Involved in openSUSE/SUSE since 2003, Richard has contributed to various aspects of the project, including supporting users on IRC, testing/bug reporting, packaging, marketing, ambassadors and artwork.

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Benchmarking - are we doing it wrong?
Talk by Edd Barrett in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Pi Wheels
Talk by Ben Nuttall in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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12:30
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Repair Cafe
Talk by Stuart Ward in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Preview
Talk by Martin Wimpress in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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13:00
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Lunch in Entroware Main Stage (1 hour)

Om Nom Nom :D

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Lunch_ in Stage 2 (1 hour)

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Lunch__ in Stage 3 (1 hour)

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14:00
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Make things open, it makes things better
Talk by Liz Lutgendorff from GDS in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

One of the GDS design principles is about making things open. This includes open source but also a culture of sharing what we’re doing, what’s worked and what hasn’t worked. Partly open culture, partly open source - this talk will focus on how GOV.UK uses open source and how we contribute to an open culture within GDS and government.

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How to stay positive in a digital world
Talk by Alister in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Open QA - Have we invented Skynet for UI/UX testing?
Talk by Richard Brown in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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14:30
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Lightning Talks
Talk by Speaker 1, Speaker 2, Speaker 3, Speaker 4, Speaker 5, Speaker 6, Speaker 7, Speaker 8 in Entroware Main Stage (55 minutes)

The only rule in the Lightning talks is: 5 minutes, 1 question. No more, no less. More details on the day!

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Hops Hackers: Open Source Beer
Talk by @Tristan2468, @hophackers in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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The Ubuntu Podcast or Haven't they learned anything?
Talk by monochromer in Stage 3 (55 minutes)

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15:00
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International Law and "Cyberwar"
Talk by Tobias Kliem in Stage 2 (55 minutes)

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15:30
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Building a LED Disco Dance Floor
Talk by AndyT in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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Main Stage Set-up in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

The Main Stage will be re-configured for the Main Stage Extravaganza. As such, no talks can be given in this slot!

16:00
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"Late Night" Ubuntu Podcast - Live Recording
Talk by Joe, Jesse, Mark, Martin in Entroware Main Stage (1 hour)

Q&A with selected hosts of the Ubuntu Podcast and the Late Night Linux Podcast

19:00
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Event Social at "The Lounge" in Entroware Main Stage (5 hours)

Food and Drink at "The Lounge"

Sunday 20th August 2017

10:30
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Welcome (Back) Talk in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

A welcome talk for Day 2 of OggCamp '17

11:00
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AutoHandbrake - DVD Ripping Wizard
Talk by Mark Johnson in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

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An Elegant Expression - Exploring Base 3 Maths and why it should replace binary
Talk by Stuart in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Project Nemo - Playstation Game Translation Japanese to English
Talk by @ImranC in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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11:30
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Ubuntu Mate 17.10 Preview
Talk by Martin Wimpress in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

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The Very Basics of Encryption
Talk by Jon Spriggs in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Being an Early Adopter and A Linux User (Or how I learned to stop worrying and love time caveats)
Talk by No Name Provided in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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12:00
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Introduction to all things Matrix!
Talk by Matthew Hodgson from New Vector in Entroware Main Stage (55 minutes)

This talk explains all the latest and greatest details of the Matrix open ecosystem for decentralised encrypted communication.

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How I learned to stop worrying and love rolling releases
Talk by Richard Brown from SUSE in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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12:30
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PiPurr: The remote cat interaction server!
Talk by @Tristan2468 in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Nuclear Weapons v. Open Source Defence
Talk by No Name Provided in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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13:00
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Lunch in Entroware Main Stage (1 hour)

Om nom nom...

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Lunch_ in Stage 2 (1 hour)

Om nom nom...

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Lunch__ in Stage 3 (1 hour)

Om nom nom...

14:00
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Building an Internet of Things Network Together
Talk by Daniel Knox from University of Kent Makerspace in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

The Internet of Things makes bold promises to improve our lives; however at its heart, communication is an unavoidable problem - if your home Wifi struggles to penetrate through-out your flat, what hope do we have getting Internet access in a field? The Things Network is a community effort that endeavours to resolve this by encouraging people to help develop the backbone that is required to support these devices. In this talk, we (The Shed) will introduce the protocol that underpins this network, LoRaWAN, and the devices that we have been building to help connect bring this network to Canterbury and the surrounding area. Daniel Knox spent much of his childhood in his grandad’s workshop, where he learned how to make and build things; this ignited a life-long passion to enable children and adults of all ages to have the opportunity to engage with technology, engineering and craft. Daniel now manages the running of ‘The Shed’, an open access workshop within the School of Computing at the University of Kent that provides space and machinery for students to make and build things. In this space, he and his students have been inspired to build a wide variety of robots, drones that fly in formation, boats that autonomously navigate lakes and even a smart Lego city.

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Intro to TLS
Talk by Diane Hosfelt from Mozilla in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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The AdminAdmin Podcast - Live Recording
Talk by Alister, Jon Spriggs, Martin Wimpress in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

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14:30
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Three ways to improve cat videos with the open web
Talk by Diane Hosfelt from Mozilla in Entroware Main Stage (25 minutes)

Mozilla’s mission is to promote and foster the open web. As part of this, we’re developing emerging technologies that will improve the web for everyone. Learn how projects like WebAssembly, Servo, and AV1 can transform your cat video web browsing experience! Diane Hosfelt is an engineer at Mozilla Research working on the Servo project. She studied at Johns Hopkins University, where she completed a Master’s thesis on applications of machine learning to cryptography advised by Drs. Matt Green and Stephen Checkoway. After a brief stint working for the US Department of Defense, she joined the Servo team to explore applications and advancements available when using Rust for cryptography related projects.

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Timelapse with RP
Talk by Jesse in Stage 2 (25 minutes)

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Bionic Software Quality Assessment
Talk by Dr. Christoph Zimmermann in Stage 3 (25 minutes)

Software quality assessment of one of Android's core components, the libc spin called Bionic.

15:00
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Rafflecast in Entroware Main Stage (1 hour)

Where we draw from the raffle tickets and distribute prizes!

17:00
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Event Social at "The Foundry" in Entroware Main Stage (7 hours)

Drink at "The Foundry"