September 12, 2022
Mere weeks after the debut of Open Source Summit Latin America, Dublin continues the collaborative momentum with the 2022 hybrid editions of Linux Plumbers Conference (LPC) and Open Source Summit Europe!
Running from September 12 to 14 at the Clayton Hotel on Burlington Road, LPC is widely recognized as the premier event for developers working at all levels of the Linux kernel's plumbing layer and beyond. Jam-packed with microconferences, a refereed main track, a Kernel Summit track, a Networking & BPF Summit track, multiple BoFs, and more, the 2022 edition, sponsored by Collabora, promises to be a can't-miss event. Make sure to come say hello, especially in Kernel Testing & Dependability MC, co-led by Collabora's Guillaume Tucker.
Starting September 13, this 4-day event will welcome new open source enthusiasts and experienced advocates, both in-person and virtually. With more than a dozen engineers taking part, you're bound to bump into one of Collabora's own as you walk the halls! In addition, this year's Summit will feature 6 different talks from our engineers here at Collabora. Anyone from a developer to a community manager will be able to gain currents insights from our presenters. Mark a spot in your calendar for these engaging talks below.
Before the Summit officially begins however, Nicolas Dufresne & Benjamin Gaignard will also be joining the Linux Media Summit, led by Hans Verkuil, on Monday, September 12. As the premier premier forum to discuss Linux multimedia development, we're proud to be sponsoring this one-day event, enabling media developers to meet face-to-face.
Additionally, Nicolas will be taking part in the Speed Mentoring session on Tuesday, September 13, from 13:00 to 14:45 UTC. If you're looking to learn more about a open source development, come have a chat with Nicolas, he'll be happy to answer all your questions!
And now, without further ado, Collabora's presentations:
Collabora @ Open Source Summit Europe
Board Farms for Everyone: Making Hardware Debugging Easier and Sharing Boards Across the Globe!
Presented by Christopher Obbard - Wednesday, September 13 - 10:15 UTC
Getting Into Linux Kernel Development After 30 Years
Presented by Muhammad Usama Anjum - Wednesday, September 14 - 15:40 UTC
Beyond Complex Cameras: Complex Video Graphs Using PipeWire
Presented by George Kiagiadakis - Thursday, September 15 - 10:55 UTC
Growing a Lab for Automated Upstream Testing: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Presented by Laura Nao - Thursday, September 15 - 13:05 UTC
Graphics: A Frame's Journey
Presented by Daniel Stone - Thursday, September 15 - 15:10 UTC
A Guardian Angel of File Systems: Monitoring for File System Errors in Data Centers
Presented by Gabriel Krisman Bertazi - Friday, September 16 - 9:50 UTC
Last, but certainly not least, in addiiton to these talks, we'll also be taking part in the Embedded Linux Conference Technical Showcase, happening during the Onsite Attendee Reception at 16:30 UTC, Wednesday, September 14. We'll be showcasing two different demos:
Make sure to come say hello after our talks, or during our showcase, our presenters would be happy to connect. If you can't make it to the in-person events, there are still tickets to attend virtually!
See you Dublin!
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