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活动时间 (Time) ： 2010 年1月28 日（星期四 6:00pm —— 9:30pm ）
活动地点 (Venue) ： 北京清华科技园创新大厦A座7层会议室 Saint Andrews举行
活动议程 (Agenda) ：
6:00 - 7:00 pm 注册和晚餐时间
7:00 - 7:10 pm 介绍BJOSUG和BJGUG的第二次联合会议活动，介绍演讲者
7:10 - 7:40 pm GNOME.Asia Summit 2009 回顾 -- Emily Chen
7:45 - 8:15 pm OpenSolaris Desktop Testing Community -- Paul Mei
8:20 - 9:10 pm Source Juicer -- Brian Nitz
9:10 - 9:30 pm 自由讨论，交流
演讲嘉宾 (Speakers) ：
演讲者之一： Paul Mei
Paul is the QE manager for Desktop China now, has been in Sun from 1998.
He has lots of experience in different areas, has worked for different
department of Sun, like software development, software testing,
professional service, pre-sales department. He is leading the desktop
testing work in OpenSolaris community. He graduates from TsingHua
university with master degree. He likes travel and badminton in his
演讲内容/About his topic
"Desktop testing in the OpenSolaris community"
It will introduce about desktop testing community work in OpenSolaris
community, testopia usage, automation work about desktop testing, etc.
Brian Nitz has been a software engineer since 1988. He has spent time
working on all aspects of the software lifecycle from design and
development to QA and support. His accomplishments include QA and
support of radiology workstations, the successful deployment of over
7000 JDS Linux desktops at a large bank and helping develop the
sourcejuicer online OpenSolaris package build environment. He lives in
Ireland with his wife and two kids where he enjoys travel, sailing and
演讲内容/About Source Juicer:
Sourcejuicer (http://sourcejuicer.opensolaris.org) is web service which
allows developers to build software packages online and make them
available for download and review and possible promotion into the
OpenSolaris contrib repository. It provides a simple path for anyone
who would like to contribute or port software to OpenSolaris. My talk
will introduce this tool and discuss how it can be used by individuals
and users groups. I will also leave open some time for questions.
Emily Chen is a software engineer working on OpenSolaris desktop. Now
she is responsible for the quality of the Mozilla products like Firefox
and Thunderbird on OpenSolaris. She is passionate about open source.
She is core contributor of OpenSolaris community in 2009. She worked on
Google Summer of Code program as a mentor in 2006 and 2007. She
organized the first ever GNOME.Asia Summit 2008 in Beijing and found the
Beijing GNOME Users Group. She graduated from Beijing Institute of
Technology with a masters degree in computer science. In her spare time,
she likes snowboarding, hiking and swimming.
Emily is going to review the GNOME.Asia Summit 2009 in Vietnam, she will
bring stories, photos and her experiences to share with you.