[kaffe] FOSDEM 2009 Recordings
Andrew John Hughes
gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org
Wed Apr 1 08:10:50 PDT 2009
2009/3/25 Andrew John Hughes <gnu_andrew at member.fsf.org>:
> You can now find Deepak's talk on 'The IcedTea Plugin' here:
> Blurb from Deepak (http://fosdem.org/2009/schedule/events/java_icedtea_plugin):
> 'This talk is about the IcedTea Java Web Browser Plugin.
> It will be mostly technical -- starting off with the need for the
> plugin and it's history. It will then delve into the elements of
> plugin design, and implementation details affecting speed, security
> and reliability.
> Finally, it will also cover known limitations, and future plans to fix
> those limitations.'
> It's available under the Creative Commons Attribution No-Derivative
> license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/uk/). Please
> feel free to distribute copies under those terms.
> Thanks to Deepak Bhole for allowing this to be made available.
> If there are any issues with the publication of these talks, please
> contact me ASAP.
> More to come in time and with appropriate permissions,
> Andrew :-)
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Robert Schuster's talk on cross-compiling IcedTea is now available.
You can find all the talks with links to the slides as well on
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