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Usergroup room

In addition to the presentation rooms listed below, there is also the "Fonteinlaanzaal" that is used to accommodate the user groups, developers and company booths. This room is opened and accessible until 22:00 (10pm) on Friday and Saturday.

Notice:

For this years event, we have session times which are not identical across all the three days. Unfortunately it turned out that our scheduling extension is currently not able to display this correctly and thus, the timeslots are not shown accurately if more than one day is displayed.

So, to be on the safe side, use the drop-down listbox below to select a specific single day only which will adjust the display positions correctly and make the times match with the grid. Thanks for your understanding.

Overview

Thursday - 05/05/2011 Friday - 05/06/2011 Saturday - 05/07/2011
La Place Feestzaal Haarlemmerhoutzaal La Place Feestzaal Haarlemmerhoutzaal La Place Feestzaal Haarlemmerhoutzaal
09:00-10:00
REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION
10:00-10:15
Break

Break
10:15-11:00 APP07
Describes eCUPS in detail and discusses its capabilities and operation.
ALL01
Update on the current state of various essential driver development projects (USB stack, eCUPS, NIC, AHCI), the long-term eComStation roadmap and plans of Mensys for the next release.
ALL03
Insight on the project management for eCS
APP02
The preferred way to input data still is the keyboard. But many factors come into play and sometimes lead to strange behaviour. This session will discuss the nuts and bolts, pitfalls and remedies.
EVT01
Welcome to Warpstock Europe 2011

APP01
Successfully synchronizing files between systems is subject to many factors. This presentation discusses various pitfalls and possible solutions based on EasySync.
INT01
Requirements and high-level how-to for running your own web-, mail- and FTP servers on eCS.
11:00-11:15
Break

Break
11:15-12:00 APP03
This session will give a retrospective on the Java6 project and its challenges as well as a live-demo of its capabilities.
ALL02
Discusses the frequently asked questions by the user and devlopers community around the present and future state of eCS.
INT01
Requirements and high-level how-to for running your own web-, mail- and FTP servers on eCS.
MME01
This session will provide users with an understanding of what Uniaud is, what to expect from it, its capabilities and limitations, as well as guidelines to solve issues.

Break
DEV02
This will discuss the Ada programming language, its use on OS/2 and include a live demo of calculation and reporting programs up to a printable PDF document.
APP05
Introduction to (and live demo of) the latest eCo Software end-user applications.
12:00-13:15
Lunch

Lunch

Lunch
13:15-14:00 WSH01
The one-stop, drop-by place to get your eCS issues fixed
APP04
The main purpose of this session is to give you some ideas about ways to adopt eComStation to your needs and to also make you aware of hidden and forgotten features of the object-oriented workplace shell.
WSH01
The one-stop, drop-by place to get your eCS issues fixed
DEV01
RPM and YUM software package management for eCS
14:00-14:15 APP04
The main purpose of this session is to give you some ideas about ways to adopt eComStation to your needs and to also make you aware of hidden and forgotten features of the object-oriented workplace shell.
ALL02
Discusses the frequently asked questions by the user and devlopers community around the present and future state of eCS.

Break

Break
14:15-15:00 ALL03
Insight on the project management for eCS
APP05
Introduction to (and live demo of) the latest eCo Software end-user applications.
DEV02
This will discuss the Ada programming language, its use on OS/2 and include a live demo of calculation and reporting programs up to a printable PDF document.
APP03
This session will give a retrospective on the Java6 project and its challenges as well as a live-demo of its capabilities.

Break
15:00-15:15 APP07
Describes eCUPS in detail and discusses its capabilities and operation.
ALL01
Update on the current state of various essential driver development projects (USB stack, eCUPS, NIC, AHCI), the long-term eComStation roadmap and plans of Mensys for the next release.

Break

Break
15:15-15:30 APP06
This session will explain the boot process, the limitations of OS/2's own boot manager and the benefits and features of AiR-BOOT.
APP01
Successfully synchronizing files between systems is subject to many factors. This presentation discusses various pitfalls and possible solutions based on EasySync.
EVT02
The closing session of Warpstock Europe 2011

Break
16:00-16:15 APP06
This session will explain the boot process, the limitations of OS/2's own boot manager and the benefits and features of AiR-BOOT.
APP02
The preferred way to input data still is the keyboard. But many factors come into play and sometimes lead to strange behaviour. This session will discuss the nuts and bolts, pitfalls and remedies.

Break
16:15-17:00 MME01
This session will provide users with an understanding of what Uniaud is, what to expect from it, its capabilities and limitations, as well as guidelines to solve issues.
DEV01
RPM and YUM software package management for eCS
16:45-17:00 SLF01
Self-study poster session