[rb-general] Interested In Reproducible Builds Summit 2019

Santiago Torres Arias santiago at nyu.edu
Thu Sep 19 22:18:41 UTC 2019

Hi Omar.

I don't speak for the whole team, but I think we'd be thrilled to see a
preprint of your aproach. Speaking as a researcher from NYU I'd like to
add that the reproducible builds community is great to work with, and
that engaging with them head on is a great idea.

I'm not sure if the reproducible builds summit has a presentation format
this year, but I suggest going anyway to meet the team and interact.


On Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 06:13:59PM -0400, Omar Navarro Leija wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Omar Navarro Leija and my colleague is Kelly Shiptoski (CC'ed).
> We are both doctoral students at the University Of Pennsylvania. We are
> part of a collaboration  between UPenn and University Of Indiana researches
> working on reproducible software.
> We have spent the last 2+ years working on dynamic determinism enforcement
> methods for automatically making unreproducible software reproducible. In
> our current research paper (currently under review for an upcoming
> conference) we have used the Debian Reproducible builds project as our main
> experimental evaluation and case study. We have promising results in
> automatically building most apt packages reproducibly.
> If possible we would love to give a presentation at the upcoming
> Reproducible Builds summit.
> Receiving feedback on our work, as well as understanding the requirements
> and challenges associated with the Reproducible Builds Project would prove
> invaluable to our ongoing work.
> We have funding from our lab so traveling and other costs are covered for
> us.
> We look forward to hearing back from you!
> Thank you.
> Sincerely, Omar.

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