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Lightning Talks are short lectures (almost) any conference participant may give!
Bring your infectious enthusiasm to an audience with a short attention span! Discuss a program, software, hardware, system or technique! Pitch your projects and ideas or try to rally a crew of people to join you! Whatever you bring, make it quick!
Lightning talk sessions are taking place on Saturday/Day 2 (general lightning talks) and Sunday/Day 3 (talks about Blockchain) of the event.
The lightning talks on Saturday have a slot of 5 minutes including setup. The blockchain talks have 10 minutes including setup on Sunday.
On Saturday sessions start at 12:40 pm. On Sunday sessions start at 2:30pm.
Lightning talk registration is open! Just enter your information on this Wiki page (in the table below). There is no registration deadline. We assign timeslots on a first-come, first-served basis, so if you plan on giving your talk on a specific day, submit it here as soon as possible.
To submit your own Lightning Talk, there are several steps necessary:
- Sign up as a user of this wiki ("Create account" link on the top right of the page)
- Fill in details here that describes your Lightning Talk
- Upload your slides somewhere and place a link to the slides into the lightning talks table
- One week before the event: Ensure the details are correct and the pdf is working
Some more rules:
- Only one lightning talk per person/project/group per day
- PDF slides only
- Final time slot assignment only if we have slides. Preliminary slides are okay, you can update your slides until 10:00 am on the day before the talk.
Lightning Talks - Saturday Day 2 (Mixed Track/Different Topics)
|12:40||hillhacks 2017||Philip Paeps||Hacking and making in the Himalayas||Untagged session||hillhacks 2017||Session slides|
|12:45||Developing RV32G Processor model||Pavani Tripathi||GSoC'16 Project||OpenSource, Computer Architecture||Session Links||Session Slides|
|12:50||FreedomBox||Nikhil Rayaprolu||Privacy Issues in the internet||OpenSource , Privacy||Session Links||Session Slides|
|12:55||Requirements Bazaar||István Koren||Connecting End Users with Developers||Innovation, End Users||requirements-bazaar.org||Session Slides|
|1:00||Code Injection in android||Mohammad Umair||How the behaviour of an existing apk can be modified||android, hacking, reverse engineering||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:05||The Plots2 CMS and Open Source Outreach||Ananya Maiti||About the publiclab.org CMS and Ways to make Open Source Outreach||Open Source, Ruby on Rails, web,CMS, Software outreach||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:10||WorldBrain - Verifying the Internet with Science||Raj Kumar Maurya||We develop a search engine for your personal knowledege. (Full-Text Search in History/Bookmarks, Evernote, Mendeley, Local Storage etc.)||Open Source, research,Data||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:15||Best practices in Backend Development||Jayanth Chandra||Outlines the best development practices for Backend Developement||Startups||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:20||Introducing Gnowbe||Rouba Kouwatli||Technology That Augments Learning Experiences||Startup||Session Links||https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B31aeviPWmGfT181VTJONmxYOWc/view?usp=sharing|
|1:25||GNU Taler||sva||Taler is an electronic payment system that's like cash: Taxable for merchants; anonymous for users. It uses electronic coins in existing currencies (e.g. SGD, INR or bitcoins).||currency, crypto, open source, free software, GNU||taler.net||Slides at fossasia-dropbox|
|1:30||DigiKam||Swati Lodha||GSoC'16 project||Open Source||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:35||FOSS For Society||Surit Babu Aryal||FOSS for everyone||FOSS||Session Links||Session Slides|
|1:40||Ubuntu Mirroring||Daniel J Blueman||Many countries don't have Ubuntu mirrors, and we can help!||Linux, Ubuntu, FOSS|
|1:50||Brave Browser & Communities||Akshay Tiwari||Introduction to Brave Browser and its mission to make the web experience better!||Open Source,Brave Browser, MicroPayments||brave.com||Slides|
|1:55||Introducing Gdeploy||Devyani Kota||Introduction to an Ansible based tool:gdeploy and its purpose to make distributed storage filesystems better!||Open Source, Distributed Storage Filesystems||Session Links||Session Slides|
|2:00||The Iota of IoT||Prabhanshu Attri||Introduction to Internet of things, raspberry pi and beacons||IoT, Raspberry Pi, Beacon, PyBeacon||PyBeacon||Session Slides|
|2:05||CodeHeat experience||Mayank Tripathi||Susi AI and android app||Susi Android, Fossasia, Codeheat, Open Source||Session Links||Session Slides|
|2:10||My journey with Open Event Project and CodeHeat||Shubham Padia||My Experience in CodeHeat Contest and as a developer with Fossasia||Open Event, Fossasia, Codeheat, Open Source||Session Links||Session slides|
|2:15||Health Monitoring System||Yana Agun Siswanto||Realtime Health Monitoring System With IOT And The Clouds||IOT, SAAS, Healthcare||Session Links||Session slides|
Lightning Talks - Sunday Day 3 (Blockchain and Co.)
|2:30||Attores - documents and certificates on the blockchain using Smart Contracts technology||Gaurang Torvekar||Blockchain, Validation||Session Links||Session Slides|
|2:40||COMIT - super blockchain network that allows for instant transactions which are enforced using off-chain smart contracts||Toby Hoenisch||Blockchain Transactions||Session Links||Session Slides|
|2:50||How every Enterprise can have its own Blockchain Lab||Floyd DCosta||Blockchain, Enterprise||Session Links||Session Slides|