Wednesday, 25 October 11:00 - 12:30
|A. Administrative Matters (Working Group Co-Chair)
|B. Knot Resolver - A Modern DNS Resolver
Petr Spacek, CZ.NIC
Knot Resolver is the newest DNS resolver software aiming for the highest performance while maintaining full support for contemporary standards. In contrast to other open-source resolvers like BIND or Unbound, the Knot Resolver does not use threads and is based on shared-nothing architecture. This allows start and terminate resolver processes as needed, which in turn allows the resolver to be scaled for various use-cases.
|C. Debian Packaging - for intermediates
Ondrej Sury, ISC
Making open source software is a first step. But if you don't want your software to end up "dumped on github", you need to distribute it for end users. The DEB packaging is one of two major ways to distribute software for Linux users. In this presentation, I will show you the basics of Debian packaging, then delve deep into the depths on packaging more complex software, including the automation of repository creation.
|D. Anatomy of White-Box Switches
Alex Saroyan, XCloud Networks
Architecture, OS, Management, Hardware types of White-Box switches and some pros and cons comparing with old school switches.
|F. Lightning Talks
These are short updates on different relevant OpenSource projects. They should be 5 mins (preferably) with a maximum of 10 mins (if space allows). No formal submission required ahead of RIPE 75, but please send a short message to opensource-wg-chairs [at] ripe [dot] net by noon on Tuesday during the RIPE Meeting if you want to present an update. Selection of talks takes place on Tuesday afternoon.