The Linux Plumbers Conference has announced that registration is now open, and the call for papers has also gone out.

This conference was created by a bunch of Linux people living in Portland, Oregon with the goal of having a technical conference in the US that deals with the low-level "plumbing" issues relating to the whole Linux system. This includes the kernel, udev, HAL, dbus, xorg, pulse audio, and other related things.

It's a non-profit conference, with all of the money raised for it from registration fees and sponserships going directly into the conference itself to try to provide a good experience.

I'm running one of the "microconference" tracks dealing with the fun around the Linux kernel/userspace interface issues. If you are interested in presenting a talk about this issue, be sure to let me know.

posted Wed, 18 Jun 2008 in [/diary]


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