I managed to get my presentation done in time and in a good manner. I covered most of what I wanted, though I left out the actual technical details of my work. It was a postgrad seminar presentation and my time slot was short as it was (30 minutes).
I didn't get a lot of feedback, but what I got was that it was good.
English not being my mother tongue I sometimes got stuck to find the best word/phrase, but got over it.
Not too bad overall. The slides are temporarily at http://baruch.ev-en.org/Baruch_seminar.pdf
Now I need to go back to my work, get performance of 2.6.11 to be at least that of 2.6.6, get the patches in order and send them to netdev for review.
This time I hear the H-TCP patches might have their license issue solved, so they have a fair chance of being included.