Monthly Archives: September 2016

Last batch of LPC registrations available on October 1

The last batch of registrations for the 2016 Linux Plumbers Conference will be available starting at noon Eastern Time (EDT) on October 1. This will be the last chance to register to attend the conference. Those interested should visit the registration web site after that time. The schedule for the conference has been posted, which […]

Refereed Talks now Posted to Plumbers Schedule

The Linux Plumbers conference schedule has now been updated to include the accepted refereed talk proposals.  As usual, we’ve tried to make sure the conflicts are minimised, but if anyone needs a change to the timing of their talk, please email

Preliminary Microconference Schedule Up

Every year we get a number of constraints on Microconferences which we try hard to accommodate.  Accounting for all of those, we’ve put the preliminary schedule up here.  If you notice any problems, please email and we’ll try to fix it Also note, this is preliminary, the Microconferences may still move around as we […]

Git microconference accepted into LPC 2016

The Linux kernel community has been using Git for more than a decade, but it is still under active development, with more than 2,000 non-merge commits from almost 200 contributors over the past year. Rather than review this extensive history, this Micro Git Together instead focuses on what the next few years might bring. In […]

Limited number of LPC registrations available starting September 8

LPC registration will open up on September 8 at noon Eastern Time (EDT) with a very limited number of slots available. Those interested in attending the conference who have not yet registered will want to visit the registration web site after that time. There will also be a very limited number of late registrations that […]

Audio workshop accepted for Linux Plumbers Conference and Kernel Summit

Audio is an increasingly important component of the Linux plumbing, given increased use of Linux for media workloads and of the Linux kernel for smartphones. Topics include low-latency audio, use of the clock API, propagating digital configuration through dynamic audio power management (DAPM), integration of HDA and ASoC, SoundWire ALSA use-case managemer (UCM) scalability, standardizing […]

Submission deadline for LPC refereed track proposals extended by a week

The deadline for submitting refereed track proposals for the 2016 Linux Plumbers Conference has been extended until September 8, 2016 at 11:59PM CET. The refereed track will have 50-minute presentations on a specific aspect of Linux “plumbing” (e.g. core libraries, media creation/playback, display managers, init systems, kernel APIs/ABIs, etc.) that are chosen by the LPC […]