As part of LCA 2011, we are organising a mini-conference to provide a place for low-level system developers to gather and discuss interesting aspects of the kernel and lowlevel userspace. This miniconf is aimed at a similar audience to the Linux Plumbers Conference.
We'd really like to have talks that are entry points to open floor discussions and interactive sessions, though if a talk is interesting enough it will be considered depending on the quality of other submissions.
Areas of interest:
- Linux kernel
- X.org / Mesa
- toolchain/gdb (not deep compiler stuff, more system interactions)
- udev/u*/*Kit/hal replacements
The Southern Plumbers mini-conference is planned for Monday 24th Jan 2011.
Please send all submissions to email@example.com. Submissions will close on Friday, October 29th (when I leave for the real Linux Plumbers Conference), though I may accept submission over the week of LPC as well if I can drum up interest.
CFP available at http://planet.kernel.org/splca/cfp.txt
Dave Airlie and Matthew Wilcox.