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You think you’re not a target? A tale of three developers…
by Chris Lamb
Speck&Tech 21 “Open Security” • Impact Hub, Trento, Italy • 1 March 2019

You think you’re not a target? A tale of three developers…
by Chris Lamb
l’ISTIC • Université de Rennes, Rennes, France • 9 January 2019

You think you’re not a target? A tale of three developers…
by Chris Lamb
SFScon • Bolzano, Italy • 16 November 2018

Reproducible Builds
by Chris Lamb
Computer Laboratory Security Seminar • William Gates Building, University of Cambridge, UK • 6 November 2018

The Reproducible Builds Project
by Muz
The Long Con 2018 • Winnipeg, MB, Canada • 3 November 2018

Reproducible Builds
by Chris Lamb
Tandon School of Engineering class • New York University, New York, United States • 16 October 2018

Reproducible Builds
by Mariusz Zaborski
BSidesWarsaw 2018 • Warsaw, Poland • 13 October 2018

Diffoscope
by Holger Levsen
6th MirageOS hack retreat • Marrakech, Morocco • 7 October 2018

Arch Linux Reproducible Builds
by Jelle van der Waa
FroSCon 2018 • Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University, Sankt Augustin, Germany • 26 August 2018

Reproducible Buster and beyond
by the Reproducible Builds team: Benjamin Hof, Chris Lamb, Holger Levsen, Steven Chamberlain, Vagrant Cascadian
DebConf 2018 • Hsinshu, Taiwan • 2 August 2018

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Software transparency: package security beyond signatures and reproducible builds
by Benjamin Hof
DebConf 2018 • Hsinshu, Taiwan • 29 July 2018

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You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
FOSS Backstage 2018 • Berlin, Germany • 13 June 2018

Reproducible buster?
by Chris Lamb, Holger Levsen, Jonathan Bustillos Osornio, Steven Chamberlain
MiniDebConf Hamburg 2018 • Hamburg, Germany • 20 May 2018

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Can your diff(1) do this?! Improving software review & QA with diffoscope
by Chris Lamb
MiniDebConf Hamburg 2018 • Hamburg Germany • 19 May 2018

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You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
FLOSSUK Spring Conference 2018 • Edinburgh, Scotland • 26 April 2018

Can your diff(1) do this?! Improving software review & QA with diffoscope
by Chris Lamb
foss-north 2018 • Gothenburg, Sweden • 23 April 2018

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Holger Levsen
MiniDebConf Brasil • Curitiba, Brazil • 13 April 2018

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You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Holger Levsen
CCC Easterhegg • Wuerzburg, Germany • 31 March 2018

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
LibrePlanet 2018 • MIT, Cambridge, United States • 24 March 2018

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
New York Linux Users Group (NYLUG) • Two Sigma Investments, New York, United States • 20 March 2018

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
Scale 16X • Pasadena Convention Center, California, United States • 10 March 2018

Can your diff(1) do this?! Improving software review & QA with diffoscope
by Chris Lamb
linux.conf.au 2018 • Sydney, Australia • 24 January 2018

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
Freenode Live • Bristol, United Kingdom • 28 October 2017

You think you’re not a target? A tale of 3 developers…
by Chris Lamb
All Things Open • Raleigh, NC, United States • 23 October 2017

Reproducible Builds status update
by Chris Lamb, Holger Levsen, Maria Glukhova, Steven Chamberlain, Vagrant Cascadian, Valerie Young & Ximin Luo
DebConf17 • Montreal, Quebec, Canada • 11 August 2017

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Fun with .buildinfo
by Steven Chamberlain
DebConf17 • Montreal, Quebec, Canada • 10 August 2017

Video YouTube

A 2-minute pitch for Reproducible Builds
by Arnout Engelen
SHA2017 • Zeewolde, the Netherlands • 8 August 2017

Video YouTube

Reproducible builds
by Chris Lamb
LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China • Beijing, People’s Republic of China • 19 June 2017

Reproducible builds
by Chris Lamb
HKOSCon 2017 • Hong Kong • 20 June 2017

Reproducible builds
by Chris Lamb
OSCAL’17 • Tirana, Albania • 13 May 2017

Reproducible Builds everywhere
by Mattia Rizzolo
Debian-Ubuntu Community Conference — Italia 2017 • Vicenza, Italy

Reproducible Builds everywhere
by Holger Levsen
CCCHH • Hamburg, Germany

Reproducible Builds
by Chris Lamb
foss-north 2017 • Gothenburg, Sweden • 26 April 2017

You too can write reproducible software
by Ximin Luo, Vagrant Cascadian & Valerie Young
Libreplanet 2017 • MIT, Cambridge, United States

Verifying Software Freedom with Reproducible Builds
by Vagrant Cascadian
Libreplanet 2017 • MIT, Cambridge, United States

Reproducible Builds everywhere
by Holger Levsen
GUUG Frühjahrsfachgespräch 2017 • Darmstadt, Germany

Introduction to Reproducible builds
by Vagrant Cascadian
Scale 15X • Pasadena Convention Center, California, United States

Reproducible Builds everywhere
by Holger Levsen
GUUG Frühjahrsfachgespräch 2017 • Darmstadt, Germany • 24 March 2017

Reproducible-Build-Zoo
by Vagrant Cascadian
Embedded Linux Conference 2017 • Portland, Oregon, United States

Reproducible Builds and Fedora
by Dennis Gilmore, Holger Levsen
DevConf.cz • Brno, Czech Republic • 27 January 2017

Reproducible Builds: Two years in the trenches
by Chris Lamb
linux.conf.au 2017 • Hobart, Australia • 16 January 2017

Reproducible Builds for a Better Future
by Valerie Young
linux.conf.au 2017 • Hobart, Australia

Reproducible Builds
by Boyuan Yang
LUG@USTC • University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, Anhui, China

About jenkins.debian.net
by Holger Levsen
Profitbricks private event • Berlin, Germany • 30 November 2016

Introduction to Reproducible Builds
by Vagrant Cascadian
SEAGL 2016 • Seattle, WA, United States • 13 November 2016

Reproducible builds status update
by Chris Lamb and Holger Levsen
MiniDebConf Cambridge 2016 • Cambridge, United Kingdom • 13 November 2016

Reproducible Builds
by Chris Lamb
Software Freedom Kosova • Prishtina, Republic of Kosovo • 22 October 2016

Reproducible Builds status update
by Chris Lamb
DebConf16 • Cape Town, South Africa • 7 July 2016

Reproducible builds ecosystem
by Holger Levsen
openSUSE Conference 2016 • Nürnberg, Germany • 23 June 2016

Reproducible Builds - fulfilling the original promise of free software
by Chris Lamb
FOSSASIA 2016 • Singapore • 18 March 2016

Reproducible Builds in FreeBSD
by Ed Maste
BSDCan 2016 • Ottawa, Canada • 11 June 2016

Reproducible builds in FreeBSD packages
by Baptiste Daroussin
FOSDEM 2016 • Brussels, Belgium

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Beyond Reproducible builds
by Chris Lamb
Skroutz.gr • Athens, Greece • 10 December 2015

Reproducible builds status update
by Chris Lamb, Holger Levsen
MiniDebConfCambridge 2015 • Cambridge, United Kingdom • 8 November 2015

Reproducible Builds status update
by Lunar, Holger Levsen, Chris Lamb
DebConf15 • Heidelberg, Germany • 20 August 2015

How to make your software build reproducibly
by Lunar
Chaos Communication Camp 2015 • Zehdenick, Germany

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Reproducible builds in Debian and everywhere
by Lunar
Libre Software Meeting 2015 • Beauvais, France • 6 July 2015

Compilations reproductibles (French)
by Lunar
PSES 2015 • Paris, France • 19 June 2015

Reproducible Builds, a year later
by Lunar
DebConf14 • Portland, Oregon, United States • 26 August 2014

Reproducible Builds: Moving Beyond Single Points of Failure for Software Distribution
by Mike Perry and Seth Schoen
Chaos Communication Congress 2014 • Hamburg, Germany

Reproducible builds for Debian… and more?
by Lunar
FOSDEM 2014 • Brussels, Belgium • 1 February 2014

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