Talks by Ben Hutchings

These are the materials for talks I've given at various conferences.

Multithreading: why and how we should use it - DebConf 6, Oaxtepec, Mexico, May 2006. This ended up as something between a talk and the starting point for a BoF.

Creating DVD videos on Linux and Unix - UKUUG Linux Technical Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK, July 2006.

Making great conference videos on a budget - Linux.conf.au, Brisbane, Australia, January 2011. Ryan Verner gave the first half of the talk, covering organisation. In the second half I covered more technical matters. Of course, there is also a video recording of the talk.

The Linux kernel in Debian - DebConf 11, Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina, July 2011. There is a video recording of the talk available in low and high quality/bandwidth versions.

The Linux kernel in Debian - Mini-DebConf, Paris, November 2012. Co-presented with Maximilian Attems. There is a video recording of the talk.

Stable kernel maintenance for distributions - FOSDEM, Brussels, February 2013

What's new in the Linux kernel - DebConf 13, Vaumarcus, August 2013. There is a video recording of the talk available in low and high quality/bandwidth versions.

What's new in the Linux kernel - DebConf 14, Portland, Oregon, August 2014. There is a video recording of the talk.

initramfs-tools - mini-DebConf, Cambridge, November 2014. There is a video recording of the talk.

What's new in the Linux kernel - DebConf 15, Heidelberg, Germany, August 2015. There is a video recording of the talk.

Secure Boot vs the Debian linux package - Mini-DebConf, Vienna, April 2016. There is a video recording of the talk.