November 09, 2023
To ensure the Linux kernel is running smoothly, it requires maintenance from a variety of levels. Those working on the lower levels, or the plumber layers, of the kernel will have a chance to convene next week at the annual Linux Plumbers Conference. Joining together at the Omni Richmond Hotel in Richmond Virginia, developers will be able to attend different micro conferences and will also have the ability to do so remotely. The kernel fun starts on November 13 and wraps up on November 15.
This year we have the pleasure of presenting talks in several tracks including Kernel Testing & Dependability, Containers and checkpoint/restore, and Rust, and we will also be leading a key Birds of a Feather discussion on reporting and tracking regressions across the Linux kernel ecosystem. Additionally, Guillaume Tucker will be taking part as co-lead of the Kernel Testing & Dependability microconference.
Collabora @ Linux Plumbers Conference
Detecting failed device probes
Presented by Nicolas Prado - Monday, November 13, 17:00 UTC
Unifying and improving test regression reporting and tracking
Presented by Gustavo Padovan & Ricardo Cañuelo - Monday, November 13, 17:25 UTC
Introducing PAGEMAP_SCAN IOCTL for Windows syscalls translation and CRIU
Presented by Muhammad Usama Anjum & Andrei Vagin. - Monday, November 13, 17:35 UTC
Reporting and tracking regressions across the ecosystem
Presented by Gustavo Padovan, Ricardo Cañuelo & Thorsten Leemhuis - Wednesday, November 15, 17:15 UTC
Rust in V4L2: a status report
Presented by Daniel Almeida - Wednesday, November 15, 22:05 UTC
If you plan on attending either event, please come say hello!
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