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HOT - Heidelberg OSADL Talks 2020

Spring dates:
Tuesday, April 28, 2020 (Legal HOT)
Wednesday, April 29, 2020 (Technical HOT)

Fall dates:
Tuesday, September 29, 2020 (Legal HOT)
Wednesday, September 30, 2020 (Technical HOT)

ConferenceCenter, Technologiepark Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 582, 2nd floor
69120 Heidelberg/Germany

Agenda "Legal HOT"Agenda "Technical HOT"Registration - Presentations of HOT (member or participant login required)

What is HOT?

HOT = Heidelberg OSADL Talks are open information events that take place several times a year in Heidelberg, Germany. Participants will get an overview of the fundamental legal aspects (Legal HOT) and technical aspects (Technical HOT) when using Open Source software in industrial products and will learn how OSADL can provide support.

Legal HOT and Technical HOT may be booked either separately or as package. The conference language is English.

Download the HOT flyer

In English language   In German language

2020_HOT-Flyer-ENG.pdf

2020_HOT-Flyer-D.pdf

Who can attend HOT?

  • Employees of OSADL member companies whose in-house OSADL information day took place some time ago and/or who would like to get an update on the legal and technical prerequisites when using Open Source software in industrial products as well as on current OSADL projects and services.   
  • New employees of OSADL member companies who are connected with Open Source software and who do not yet know OSADL and its services and who would like to get an overall information on the legal and technical requirements when using Open Source software in industrial products.
  • Companies that are not yet OSADL members and whose employees want to get acquainted with OSADL, its projects and services and get to know OSADL better before or in addition to an in-house OSADL information day for their company.

When and where does HOT take place?

In 2020 HOT will take place on the following dates:

  • Spring dates:
    • Tuesday, April 28, 2020 (Legal HOT)
    • Wednesday, April 29, 2020 (Technical HOT)
  • Fall dates:
    • Tuesday, September 29, 2020 (Legal HOT)
    • Wednesday, September 30, 2020 (Technical HOT)


Legal HOT and Technical HOT may be booked either separately or as package. Participants may select a suitable date when registering.

All HOT events will be held at the TP ConferenceCenter in Heidelberg Technology Park, Im Neuenheimer Feld 582 in 69120 Heidelberg/Germany.

What is the agenda of Legal HOT on April 28 and September 29, 2020?

  • 9:00 - 9:30: Get-together

Morning session 9:30 - 13:00

  • What is Open Innovation, what is Open Source?
  • Basics of international copyright right law
  • Open Source license obligations exemplified with GPL-2.0
    • Principle of a software license
    • What is copyleft, what is a derivative work?

Afternoon session 14:00 - 17:00

  • Legal and practical aspects of copying and distributing Open Source software
    • License compliance as integral part of company compliance
    • Open Source policy and contribution permission
    • OSADL Open source License Obligations Checklists
    • What is software license scanning and when is it needed?
    • Presentation of OSADL Scanbook
    • OSADL License Compliance Audit (LCA)
    • Examples of the OSADL legal FAQ collection
    • Presentation of commissioned legal assessments


Although HOT is designed with a stable layout, it may, however, include pertinent developments in the agenda topics.

Download of agenda as PDF file: (will be available for download shortly before the event)
Legal HOT on April 28, 2020
Legal HOT on September 29, 2020 

Download of presentations: (will be available for download after the event)
Legal HOT on April 28, 2020 (member or participant login required)
Legal HOT on September 29, 2020 (member or participant login required)

What is the agenda of Technical HOT on April 29 and September 30, 2020?

  • 9:00 - 9:30: Get-together

Morning session 9:30 - 13:00

  • History and functionality of Linux and real-time Linux
    • Real-time extensions compared to real-time kernel (PREEMPT_RT)
    • Functionalities of PREEMPT_RT
    • Linux Foundation RTL Collaborative Project
  • Debug and trace interface of the Linux kernel and why it is important for real-time (partly hands-on session if requested)
    • Function tracing
    • Event tracing
    • Latency tracing
    • Principle of backtracking

Afternoon session 14:00 - 17:00

  • Determination of the real-time properties of a Linux system, presentation of the OSADL QA Farm
    • Latency testing
    • Latency plots
    • Latency recording
    • Hardware latency detector
    • Quality test center
  • What causes system latencies? (partly hands-on session if requested)
    • Generation of artificial latency
    • Crash analysis including post-mortem debugging
    • Various methods to trigger system data dump
  • Further topics on request of the participants


Although HOT is designed with a stable layout, it may, however, include pertinent developments in the agenda topics.

Download of agenda as PDF file: (will be available for download shortly before the event)
Technical HOT on April 29, 2020
Technical HOT on September 30, 2020

Download of presentations: (will be available for download after the event)
Technical HOT on April 29, 2020 (member or participant login required)
Technical HOT on September 30, 2020 (member or participant login required)

What is the conference language of HOT?

The conference language of the Heidelberg OSADL Talks is English.

What are the participation fees of HOT?

Participation is free of charge.

The number of participants per event is limited to 40.

How can you register for HOT?

For registration please use the registration form available here: HOT registration.

For the spring dates, please register before April 23, 2020.

For the fall dates, please register before September 24, 2020.

Legal HOT and Technical HOT may be booked either separately or as package. Please check the desired date(s) when registering.

Privacy policy

When you register for participation at the event you agree that the personal data you enter in the registration form will be processed at OSADL as necessary (see our privacy policy).

You may revoke this agreement at any time by email, mail or phone using the communication data provided at the imprint page, but this will also cancel your registration.

Accommodation

For accommodation, please find a list with some hotels quite close to the workshop location here:

Auerstein Hotel (approx. 1,5 km)
Dossenheimer Landstraße 82, 69121 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221/64 99 700, Email: info@auerstein.de,
Homepage

IBIS Hotel Hauptbahnhof (approx. 2 km)
Willy-Brandt-Platz 3, 69115 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221 9130, Email: H1447-RE@accor.com,
Homepage

Hotel NH Heidelberg (approx. 2,5 km)
Bergheimer Str. 91, 69115 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221 13270
Homepage

Star Inn Hotel & Suites Premium Heidelberg, by Quality (approx. 3 km)
Speyerer Straße 9/ Gottlieb- Daimler- Straße, 69115 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221 36 00 0, Email: heidelberg@starinnhotels.com,
Homepage

Hotels located in Heidelberg old-town:

Hotel Weisser Bock (approx. 3,6 km)
Große Mantelgasse 24, 69117 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221 90000, Email: info@weisserbock.de
Homepage

Hotel Kulturbrauerei Heidelberg (approx. 4 km)
Leyergasse 6, 69117 Heidelberg
Phone: +49 6221 502980, Email: info@heidelberger-kulturbrauerei.de
Homepage

How to get to the TP ConferenceCenter of Heidelberg Technology Park

Venue:
HOT will take place at the TP ConferenceCenter im Technologiepark Heidelberg (TP ConferenceCenter at Heidelberg Technology Park), Im Neuenheimer Feld 582 in 69120 Heidelberg/Germany.

By car:
A map to calculate directions to the TP ConferenceCenter im Technologiepark Heidelberg is available here. A limited number of parking spaces is available and will be reserved for HOT participants.

Public transportation:
The TP ConferenceCenter im Technologiepark Heidelberg is located about 2.5 kilometers away from Heidelberg main railway station. From there, the electric tram line RNV 24 direction „Handschuhsheim” takes about seven minutes (Please note that due to a major contruction site at Heidelberg main railway station, the tram departure station has been moved to stop "Hauptbahnhof West"). Please leave the tram at stop „Technologiepark”. The ConferenceCenter can be reached from there in a short walk. How to get to TP ConferenceCenter by public transportation. 

Questions?

Please do not hesitate to contact us in case you have further questions:
Andrea Ruf
officeªosadl.org
Phone.: +49 6221 98504 13