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Kernel Dependability and Assurance Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Kernel Dependability and Assurance Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Linux development is producing kernels at an ever increasing rate, and at the same time with arguably increasing software quality. The process of kernel development has been adapting to handle the increasing number of […]

RISC-V Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the RISC-V Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. The RISC-V software eco-system is gaining momentum at breakneck speed with three new Linux development platforms available this year. The new platforms bring new issues to deal with. Last year’s meetup achieved the following: glibc upstreaming for […]

Open Printing Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Open Printing Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Over the years OpenPrinting has been actively working on improving and modernizing the way we print in Linux. We have been working on multiple areas of printing and scanning. Especially driverless print and scan technologies have […]

GNU Tools Track Added to Linux Plumbers Conference 2021

We are very excited to announce that also for 2021 our friends from the GNU Toolchain are going to join the Linux Plumbers Conference with an additional track: the GNU Tools track. The track will run for the 5 days of the conference. For more information about what types of proposals are accepted, please see […]

VFIO/IOMMU/PCI Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the VFIO/IOMMU/PCI Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Today’s high speed components commonly utilize the devices that implement the PCI interconnect specification and the system IOMMUs that provide memory and access control between the devices and the system resources. The features of this domain are […]

File system Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the File System Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. File systems are key to any operating system, and especially for the Linux kernel. They are the gateway to the underling storage, or could simply live in RAM as a virtual information repository. The file system […]

Testing and Fuzzing Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Testing and Fuzzing Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. In spite of the huge number of products shipping with the Linux kernel which are being thoroughly tested by OEMs and distribution providers, there is still no enforced quality standard upstream. How can we make […]

Real-time Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Real-time Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Since 2004, the project that has become known as PREEMPT_RT, formally the real-time patch, has improved the real-time and low-latency features of the Linux kernel. Over the past decade, many parts of PREEMPT_RT have been included into […]

Toolchains and Kernel Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Toolchains and Kernel Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Toolchains are the main part of any development, as they create the executables from the code a developer writes. In order to run efficiently on the operating system, there needs to be a strong understanding […]

Tracing Microconference Accepted into 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference

We are pleased to announce that the Tracing Microconference has been accepted into the 2021 Linux Plumbers Conference. Tracing in the Linux kernel is constantly improving. Tracing was officially added to Linux in 2008. Since then, more tooling has been constantly added to help out with visibility. The work is still ongoing, with Perf, ftrace, […]

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