Monthly Archives: July 2023

Rust MC CFP

LPC 2023 will host the second edition of the Rust MC. This microconference intends to cover talks and discussions on both Rust for Linux as well as other non-kernel Rust topics. Proposals can be submitted via LPC submission system, selecting the Rust MC track. Rust is a systems programming language that is making great strides […]

Android MC CFP

The Android Microconference brings the upstream community and Android systems developers together to discuss issues and changes to the Android platform and their dependencies and interactions with the Linux  kernel, allowing for collaboration on solutions for upstream. Since last year’s conference, there has been quite a bit of progress, specifically around: MGLRU enabled on Android14 […]

All microconferences are now accepting topics!

Here are the list of microconferences at the 2023 Linux Plumbers Conference: Kernel Testing & Dependability Containers and checkpoint/restore Linux Kernel Debugging Live Patching Real-time and Scheduling RISC-V Confidential Computing Rust Build Systems Android VFIO/IOMMU/PCI Compute eXpress Link Internet of Things Tracing Power Management and Thermal Control KVM Some of the above already have a […]

Compute Express Link (CXL) MC CFP

We are pleased to announce that we will have a CXL MC this year at Plumbers, and hereby invite the community in our call for participation. Compute Express Link is a cache coherent fabric that in recent years has been gaining momentum in the industry. CXL 3.0 launched just before Plumbers 2022 (where very early […]

Linux Kernel Debugging MC CFP

We are pleased to announce the first ever Linux Kernel Debugging Microconference, and we are now accepting proposals and problem statements. Kernel debugging can be done in many ways with many purpose-built tools, from printk to Crash, Drgn, KDB/KGDB, and more. These tools are built on layers of standards, formats, implicit standards, and undocumented assumptions […]