The Mini-DebConf Lyon 2015 took place during the weekend of 11-12 April 2015, and it's hosted by the Maison Pour Tous-Salle des Rancy.

The videos of the presentations are available at http://meetings-archive.debian.net/pub/debian-meetings/2015/mini-debconf-lyon/

Location

Getting there

Coordination and organization

The coordination list is available at https://france.debian.net/mailman/listinfo/minidebconf. The list is publically archived and subscription is open to everybody.

Lightning talks

The talk schedule is full but you still can submit a lightning talk for Sunday afternoon!

Lightning talks are talk of ~ 5 min where the speaker introduce quickly their project or ideas. Lightning talks can be in French or English. The presenter can make 2-3 slides to support the talk.

There is only space for 8 talks, please write down your talk if you're interested.

E.g: 0. "Title" by speaker

  1. d-i: Do you want to be the next translation coordinator?
  2. Quick intro to tools made for reproducible builds
  3. http.d.n status update, and its future

Conference dinner

There will be a conference dinner on Saturday night. If you're interested, please add "Yes" in the "Conference Dinner on Saturday" column in your inscription below. The dinner costs 20 EUR and includes a starter, main dish dessert and a drink. You must pay ahead on Saturday.

The dinner will be in Le Chevreul, Rue Saint-Jérôme, Lyon 7.

Sponsors

Smile

RunISO

Talks Schedule / Programme

Saturday

All the talks on Saturday afternoon are in French.

Timeslot

Title

Presenter

Description

10:00 - 10:15

Arrival and registration

10:15 - 10:25

Welcome talk

Ana Guerrero López and Bruno Beaufils

slides and slides sponsors

10:30 - 11:25

State of federated RTC and WebRTC in Debian

Daniel Pocock

A look at the state of federated RTC and WebRTC in Debian and the wider Internet community and where we are going in 2015 and beyond. Demo of https://rtc.debian.org and troubleshooting techniques. Question and answer session. If you would like to try running WebRTC before this talk, visit the RTC Quick Start guide and see Daniel's WebRTC blogs and feel free to send any questions you have by email to pocock@debian.org - Video slides for download

11:30 - 12:30

Debsources: dive into Debian source code!

Matthieu Caneill

Debsources (http://sources.debian.net) is the entrypoint to play with the source code of all Debian packages. In this presentation, we'll have a look at its infrastructure, web interface, API, and some interesting statistics we've gathered around it. Video slides

12:30 - 14:30

Lunch break

-

-

14:30 - 15:25

Premiers pas dans l'univers de Debian

Nicolas Dandrimont

Créée il y a maintenant 20 ans, la distribution Debian est devenue incontournable l'écosysteme de GNU/Linux et du logiciel libre en général. Lors de cette présentation, nous ferons une visite guidée de la distribution, sa philosophie, ses contributeurs, son fonctionnement et son écosystème (projets amont et distributions dérivées), en tentant de montrer l'importance et le rôle central de Debian dans le monde du logiciel libre aujourd'hui. Video slides

15:30 - 16:25

Une perception de Debian

Juliette Belin

Retour d'expérience sur la création du thème graphique "Lines", thème par défaut de Jessie dont je suis l'auteur, et réflexion sur l'impact du graphisme sur l'user expérience. Video slides

16:30 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00 - 17:55

Contribuer à Tails en travaillant sur Debian

intrigeri

Tails est devenu le système d'exploitation de référence pour quiconque chérit son anonymat, pseudonymat et/ou sa confidentialité. Tails ne pourrait pas exister sans Debian. Cette présentation montrera de nombreux moyens de participer à Tails... en contribuant à Debian. Video ?slides

18:00 - 18:55

Social time & GPG key signing

19:30 Conference dinner

Sunday

Timeslot

Title

Presenter

Description

10:00 - 10:55

GNOME for system administrators, jessie edition

Josselin Mouette

GNOME, the default environment for Debian, is well-known for being a nice and usable environment for the average user. It is also designed with powerful administration features and tight integration to Debian packaging. This talk will detail how the internal plumbing behind GNOME and freedesktop technologies work and how to take advantage of it, especially in a multiple-user, multiple-machine environment. Video Slides

11:00 - 11:55

SIDUS (Single-Instance Distributing Universal System)

Emmanuel Quémener

SIDUS (Single-Instance Distributing Universal System) was developed at Centre Blaise Pascal (Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon, Lyon, France), where one administrator alone is in charge of 180 stations. Emmanuel Quemener started SIDUS in February 2010, and he significantly cut his workload for administering this park of stations. SIDUS is now in use at the supercomputing centre PSMN (Pôle Scientifique de Modélisation Numérique) of the Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon. With SIDUS, you can provide a new user with a complete functional environment in just a few seconds. You can probe corrupted computers without disassembling anything. You can test new equipment without installing an OS on them. You can make your life so much easier when managing hundreds of cluster nodes, of workstations or of self-service stations. You drastically can reduce the amount of storage needed for the OS on these machines. Video slides

12:00 - 13:55

Lunch break

-

-

14:00 - 14:55

Packaging the free software web

Antonio Terceiro

While distributions have been excelent at providing packages, most web applications -- and server-side applications in general -- are actually composed of more than one package and perhaps non-trivial cross-package configuration that arguably does not belong at any of the individual packages. In this talk we will explore how we can have a package manager for web/server-side applications that operates one layer above out traditinal package management infrastructure. The end goal is for end users looking to self host their tools to be able to just "install an email server", "install a blog application" without having to deal with all the details themselves. Video slides

15:00 - 15:55

Debian Long Term Support, the story of an unusual team

Raphaël Hertzog

Almost anybody will acknowledge that maintaining 18000 software packages secure over 5 years is a challenge and even more so in the context of Debian where most volunteers tend to skip the parts that are not fun. Still the story of the Debian LTS team shows that it is possible. This talk will explain how we got started and where we are today. Video Slides

16:00 - 16:55

Lightning talks

-

Videos slides d-i slides httpdn

Participants

Please, add yourself to the list. This not compulsory, but it's highly recommended. (You can send instead an email to ana@debian.org if you don't want to create an account only for adding your name. I'll add you)

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Name

Email

Arrival

Departure

Confirmed?

GPG fingerprint

Conference Dinner on Saturday?

1

Ana Guerrero Lopez

ana@

Lives in Lyon

Yes

7A33 ECAA 188B 96F2 7C91 7288 B346 4F89 6AA1 5948

Yes

2

Aurélien Jarno

aurel32@

Lives in Lyon

Yes

BA9C78061DDD8C9B

Yes

3

Stephen Kitt

skitt@

Lives near Lyon

Yes

0xA36B494F

4

Bruno Beaufils

bruno+debian@boulgour.com

Lives near Lyon

Yes

0410 01AC 7832 12DA 0629 DCDD 486F 2072 83D0 2DA0

Yes

5

Lunar

lunar@

Yes

0x8382C95C29023DF9

No

6

J. Fernando Lagrange

fernando+debian@trankil.info

Friday 10th, ~17:00 (Come from Grenoble by train)

Yes

0549 69ED 2A5A 1B71 74E0 F657 A142 EBAC 382F E71F

Yes

7

Tomasz Nitecki

tnnn@tnnn.pl

April 11th ~9:00

April 13th ~6:00 (CDG)

Yes

7C0B 0DE7 EA59 9211 7BA2  F5CC E6C7 10E2 E5C1 E4A3

8

Vincent Hobeïka

vincent.hobeika _AT_ gmail.com

Lives near Lyon

No

196A FD64 09AA 6D1A 018C 99A0 4C0D F563 2965 A78F

9

Vincent Lefèvre

vincent@vinc17.net

Lives in Lyon

No

0x98C3739D

10

Didier 'OdyX' Raboud

odyx@

Thursday

Sunday 16h

Yes

5D3E 0526 4672 9E4E 85F0 5B3F D929 F299 2BEF 0A33

Yes, 2 persons

12

Martin Michlmayr

tbm@cyrius.com

April 10 18:30 LYS

April 12 19:00 LYS

Yes

D866 749D F7FC D903 C32D 0189 3D07 87AA AF6C 61DD

13

Cédric Boutillier

boutil@

unknown (come from Paris)

unknown

Yes

0xDA4958F611E149E9

14

Margarita Manterola

marga@debian.org

April 10 19:05 LYS

April 15 08:55 LYS

Yes

00C3 E184 E8AF 1271 1856 DFD2 80D0 A42F ?F2C8 50CA

Yes

15

Maximiliano Curia

maxy@debian.org

April 10 19:05 LYS

April 15 08:55 LYS

Yes

F892 1D3A 7404 C86E 1135 2215 C719 7699 B29B 232A

Yes

16

Antonio Terceiro

terceiro@debian.org

April 11th morning (from Paris)

April 12th evening

Yes

B2DE E660 36C4 0829 FCD0 F10C FC0D B1BB CD46 0BDE

Yes

17

Frédéric Bonnard

frediz@linux.vnet.ibm.com

No idea (from Toulouse)

No idea

No

87DB D575 6155 202E C388 5E93 6B74 98FC ?B9B3 58AC

18

Sébastien Poher

sbphr ÀT volted POINT net

Saturday 11th in the morning

Sunday 12th

Yes

1237 6F2B 936D ?D8C5 64CC EB40 CAFA E351 ?D9D3 444E

19

intrigeri

intrigeri@

April 10th, evening

Monday 13th, morning

Yes

7C84 A74C FB12 BC43 9E81  BA78 C929 49B8 A63B B098

Yes

20

Lucas Nussbaum

lucas@

April 11th, morning

Monday 13th, morning (TBC)

Yes

FEDE C1CB 337B CF50 9F43 C224 3914 B532 F4DF BE99

Yes

21

CyrilBrulebois

kibi@

Friday, 13:30

Sunday, 18:30

Yes

B60E BF29 8445 3C70 D74C  F478 FF91 4AF0 C2B3 5520

Yes

22

?ThibaultModat

?

Lives in Lyon

Yes

23

Laurent Scarciello

siick_HATEU_siick.eu

Lives in Lyon

Yes

4AE1 64F6 7760 DE3E 142B B978 62FF 0621 25EE 32EF

24

Raphaël Hertzog

hertzog@d.o

Lives near Lyon

Yes

3E4F B711 7877 F589 DBCF 06D6 E619 045D F2AC 729A

25

Martin Delille

m@rvlt.io

Lives near Lyon

not yet

26

Haïkel Guémar

hguemar AT fedoraproject DOT org

Lives in Lyon

not yet

27

Camille Lafitte

cam.lafit AT azerttyu DOT net

Lives in Lyon

not yet

28

Raphael Geissert

geissert@

Lives in Lyon

Yes

FE96 ?A3E9 B668 5DDD 0CE3 E63E 49DD A59B A2EC 1A7F

29

Hugo Lefeuvre

hugo6390@fr33tux.org

Lives in Lyon

Yes

ACB7 B67F 197F 9B32 1533 431C AC90 AC3E C524 065E

Yes

30

Mohamed CHEBBI

mohamed.chebbi@cern.ch

?

31

Erwan Prioul

erwan@linux.vnet.ibm.com

No idea (from Toulouse)

No idea

No

E990 ?D3E3 CAC1 3F21 3452 5392 0253 8950 69FF 15BE

32

Josselin Poisbeau

josselin.poisbeau@pistache.land

Lives near Lyon

Yes

4712 D421 6B9A A238 77E1 CF89 4EB4 173C 4CC7 C319

33

Quentin LAVOREL

-

?

?

?

-

34

Matthieu Caneill

matthieu.caneill@g.c

Train from Grenoble

?

Yes

721D 82EF 4102 FBEE 4EC0 164F 83E7 EA66 9A19 CB94

35

Caroline NAGET

caroline AT naget DOT name

Lives near Lyon

Yes

36

Jean PICARD

picard.naej at free.fr

Lives near Lyon

Yes

Yes

37

Yves BADEL

bayvj at free.fr

Lives in Lyon

Yes

Yes

38

Nicolas Dandrimont

olasd@d.o

Fri. evening

Sun. evening

Yes

791F 1239 6630 DD71 FD36 4375 ?B8E5 0877 6647 5AAF

Yes

39

Nyav

Yes

40

Josselin Mouette

joss@d.o

Lives in Lyon

Yes

EC49 5672 10C6 9CAB 25DB 34EF E78F 7517 70E8 1554

Yes

41

Stéphane Blondon

stephane.blondon--gmail.com

Friday

Sunday evening

Yes

42

Jonathan Dupart

jonathan@lastname.org

Saturday mornig

Sunday night

yes

3A4F ?F2C0 3F1C E93C EB09 1ADF 3A3A 8F8F A008 D939

yes

43

Raphaël Walther

raphael AT walther DOT im

Friday night

Sunday evening

yes

97A4 F27A 765A CCC6 E886 6965 25F4 9460 FFBA 3431

44

JeanMichelVourgere

jmv_deb AT nirgal DOT com

Samedi matin

Dimanche soir

Yes

4083 03E7 B349 7400 6565  532B 3B5C 2C71 A218 D83C

Yes

45

John Samuel

john.samuel AT insa-lyon.fr

Samedi matin

Dimanche soir

Yes

46

Vincent Danjean

vdanjean@d.o

Saterday morning or after lunch

Sunday night

Yes

621E 3509 654D D77C 43F5 CA4A F6AE F2AF D178 97FA

47

Thomas Goirand

zigo@d.o

Saterday morning or after lunch

Sunday night

Yes

?A0B1 ?A9F3 5089 5613 0E7A 425C D416 AD15 AC6B 43FE

48

Tom Houlé

tom@tohou.fr

Lives in Lyon

Yes

 29F5 86B7 69F9 34C6 D7D6  BA99 A7A5 680D CD1F A0B0 

49

Juliette Belin

juliettetaka.belin AT gmail DOT com

Saturday morning

Sunday

Yes

50

Alexis Bienvenüe

pado@passoire.fr

Lives near Lyon

Yes

AA22 2B22 7899 319E CA3C 1A36 4AD5 8E30 68E6 69E2

51

Emmanuel Quemener

emmanuel.quemener@gmail.com

Lives Lyon

Yes

Yes

52

Claire David

friday 2130

sunday 1900

Yes

?B3A3 221A ?F7C5 DCE9 88C4 8911 13F6 426F B073 11B1

Yes

53

Julien Cristau

jcristau@d.o

friday 2130

sunday 1900

Yes

7B27 ?A3F1 ?A6E1 8CD9 588B 4AE8 3101 8005 0905 E40C

Yes

54

Thierry Dumont

tdumont@math.univ-lyon1.fr

Lives near Lyon

Yes

55

Ivo De Decker

ivodd@

friday

sunday

Yes

Yes

56

Cédric Leporcq

cedric_leporcq AT yahoo DOT fr

Lives near Lyon

Yes

Yes

57

Alexandre GRIVEAUX

alex AT deutnet DOT info

Lives near Lyon

Yes

7BA6 70E9 8956 0990 0610 812C 3671 93A4 DBF4 7F74

Yes

58

Sylvain HITIER

prenom.nom _com_ gMa.i.l

Fri evening

Sun morning

Yes

Yes

59

Paul Marques Mota

pmarquesmota at gmail dot com

Fri evening

Sun evening

Yes

6726 53A7 5587 601E E950 ED20 5A90 7CA0 DBD2 C588

Yes

60

Cyprien Nicolas

cyp AT fulax dot fr

Lives near Lyon

Yes

Yes

61

Sébastien Decombe

Sebastien.Decombe AT gmail dot com

Lives in Lyon

Yes

no

62

Nastasia Saby

nastasia.saby AT gmail dot com

Lives in Lyon

Yes

no

63

Olivier Madacene

omadacene AT gmail DOT com

-

-

Yes

-

No

64

Daniel Pocock

pocock@debian.org

arrived

14h Sunday

Yes

F50F F72A ADF5 C01B F0FC E563 6C65 80E7 7BD7 56C4

Yes

65

Carla

-

arrived

14h Sunday

-

-

Yes

Couches

Do you have an empty couch in Lyon and would welcome someone attending the Mini-DebConf Lyon 2015? Please leave your information below.

Name

Mail

Couches available from

Couches available until

Number of guests

Guests

Notes

Caroline NAGET

caroline AT naget DOT name

April 10th

April 12th

1

1 (full)

english-speaking ok too :)

Emmanuel QUEMENER

emmanuel.quemener@gmail.com

April 10th

April 13th

3

1

english-speaking ok, no smoking please