Author Archives: James Bottomley

Closing party at the compound

We have a map here for you to locate the compound with

Hotel Blocks now Expired

All our block bookings at the hotels have now expired.  However, if you still haven’t booked a hotel, it may still be possible for the Linux Foundation to get you a room at one of them at the conference rate (availability permitting).  Please email if you are interested in this option.

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 […]

Earlybird Registration for Plumbers nearly Full

As of today, we only have 25% of the places remaining out of our quota of 140 for earlybird registration.  Once this fills up, general registration will close until 27 August when we’ll add 50 more slots at the regular rate.

LPC 2016 registration is now Open

Early bird rate is available until our quota of 140 runs out (or we reach 26 August).  Please click here to register.

Registration Opening Delayed until Monday 6 June

A while ago, we decided to combine the Kernel Summit Open Day with Linux Plumbers, meaning that Plumbers itself runs now from 1-4 November (as you can see from the updated site banners).  Unfortunately, we neglected to test that the registration system was ready for this change, so we’re scrambling now to fix it and […]