Ladies and Gentlemen,
would anyone around be interested in attending a workshop on basics of
finding and debugging (and eventually fixing) common issues with Linux
Topics I'd initially cover would include leveraging in-kernel debugging
facilities, techniques for capturing debug output from various crashes,
understanding the captured data, and modifying, building and loading the
altered kernel code with more debugging code or an actual fix.
Basically the only requirement would be knowing some C.
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From: "Gottfried Judit" <judit.gottfried(a)designterminal.hu>
Sent: Monday, January 13, 2014 5:30:03 PM
Subject: [Brmlab] 2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days
I am writing you from Design Terminal, Budapest concerning our 2B3D Budapest
3D Printing Days event held in June 2014.
Next to the demonstration of the latest 3D printing technologies and a rich
programme for both professionals and the public at large, the main mission
of the event is to give the opportunity for startups in 3D printing from the
Visegrad coutries to present their innovations to the professional sector
We are looking for institutions from the Visegrad countries interested in
joining us in building this event to become a regional 3D printing platform
and to find the most interesting innovations in their own country to be
Please find a short summary of the 2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days concept
here under. If Brmlab is interested in the project or/and you can advise us
someone from the Czech 3D printing community who can be interested, please
let me know and I will send you some further information to start the
discussion on the eventual possibilities of cooperation.
Design Terminal NCCI
1054 Budapest, Báthory u. 12.
00 36 1 795 9456
00 36 30 4730793
2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days
Design Terminal National Centre for Creative Industries
Planned date: 5th to 7th June 2014
2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days is a 3-day gathering for locally-based and
international professionals focusing on the different segments of the 3D
printing industry. The event is also the best such opportunity for the
general public to encounter the latest innovations in this burgeoning
In 2014, 2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days organized for the second time by
Design Terminal also offers a special opportunity for 3D printing startups
from the Visegrád 4 countries to present their innovations to the
professional sector and investors.
The interactive three-day event offers a selective programme (exhibition,
workshops, conference, pitches) for both professionals from the 3D printing
industry, startups, designers, students and those just getting to know the
technology as potential users.
After the success of the first 2B3D Budapest 3D Printing Days in June 2013,
our mission is to build a regional professional platform and attract the
attention of investors to the latest technologies from young innovators,
while keeping the familiar atmosphere of the last years event. (please find
an article from 2B3D 2013 here:
About Design Terminal National Centre for Creative Industries:
Design Terminal NCCI is a Hungarian state institution responsible for
developing the creative industries. Its mission is to encourage young people
engaged in creative industries to flourish in Hungary, and it focuses the
attention of Hungarian and international investors on the business
opportunities offered by our talented professionals.
Our programmes include the launching of initiatives as an independent,
professional partner supporting the implementation of high-quality events,
and we offer a venue for a variety of creative industry events.
Design Terminal is located in the heart of Budapest on Erzsébet Square in
the former bus station, which is one of the most exciting events venues in
the capital for civil initiatives and company events.
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You likely know that schedule for devconf 2014 is ready now:
It looks unbelievably cool compared to previous years.
For those who are interested in upcoming kernel debugging essentials
workshop (sometime in February) I'd _very_ highly recomment attending
the green/cyan talks (no need to attend the base48 workshop then ;),
sepecially Hans' talks and workshops on Allwinner board support
upstreaming and reverse-engineering of USB protocols.
I think we have hardware at hackerspace and working on these areas
(cleanup for upstreaming and simple drivers) are a very good idea for
whoever is interested in kernel hacking.
Let's split it in 2 days to have plenty of time and do into detail as
much as possible. We'll start with theory and some easy examples. The
second day we can continue with more examples and topics like DNSSEC.
Attached are the files for the event in .ics
the introduction workshop for DNS is polled in Doodle
We will need 1 hour and it will start from scratch explaining the theory
of name resolving up to the point of creating some example configs on
the name server.
There will be more so no need to finish it all in one sitting.