Category Archives: Announcements

Toolchains Track

Linux Plumbers Conference 2024 is pleased to host the Toolchains Track! The aim of the Toolchains track is to fix particular toolchain issues which are of the interest of the kernel and, ideally, find solutions in situ, making the best use of the opportunity of live discussion with kernel developers and maintainers. In particular, this […]

Linux Plumbers Conference CFP announced

The Linux Plumbers Conference is proud to announce that it’s website for 2024 is up and the CFP has been issued.  We will be running a hybrid conference as usual, but the in-person venue will be Vienna, Austria from 18-20 September. Deadlines to submit are 4 April for Microconferences and 16 June for Refereed and […]

LPC 2023 Schedule is now posted!

The schedule for when the miniconferences and tracks are going to occur is now posted at: https://lpc.events/event/17/timetable/#all The Linux Plumbers Refereed track schedule is now available at: https://lpc.events/event/17/timetable/#all.detailed The runners for the miniconferences and kernel summit will be adding more details to each of their schedules over the coming weeks, as will the leads for the […]

Registration Currently Sold Out, We’re Trying to Add More Places

Linux Plumbers is now sold out and in-person registration is closed. This year it happened not as fast as in 2022, but the registration is still sold out long before the event. We are setting up a waitlist for in-person registration (virtual attendee places are still available). Please fill in this form and try to […]

Containers and Checkpoint/Restore MC CFP

The Containers and Checkpoint/Restore micro-conference focuses on both userspace and kernel related work. The micro-conference targets the wider container ecosystem ideally with participants from all major container runtimes as well as init system developers. The microconference will be discussing recent advancements in container technologies with some of the usual candidates being: CGroupV2 feature parity with […]

Power Management and Thermal Control MC CFP

The Power Management and Thermal Control microconference focuses on power management and thermal control infrastructure, CPU and device power-management mechanisms, and thermal control methods. In particular, we are interested in improving the thermal control infrastructure in the kernel to cover more use cases and utilizing energy-saving opportunities offered by modern hardware in new ways. The […]

Confidential Computing MC CFP

Confidential Computing is continuing to remain a popular topic in computing industry. From memory encryption to trusted I/O, hardware has been constantly improving and broadening. In the past years,  confidential computing microconferences have brought together developers working on various features in hypervisors, firmware, Linux kernel, low level userspace up to container runtimes. We have  discussed […]

IoT MC CFP

The IoT Microconference is a forum for developers to discuss all things IoT. Topics include tools, telemetry, device drivers, and protocols in not only the Linux kernel but also Real-Time Operating Systems such as Zephyr. Since last year, there have been a number of new technical topics with significant updates. Opportunities in IoT and Edge […]

VFIO/IOMMU/PCI MC CFP

On behalf of the PCI sub-system maintainers, we would like to invite everyone to join the VFIO/IOMMU/PCI micro-conference (MC) this year. We are hoping to bring together, both in person and online, everyone interested in the VFIO, IOMMU, and PCI space to talk about the latest developments and challenges in these areas. The PCI interconnect […]

Tracing MC CFP

The Linux kernel has grown in complexity over the years. Complete understanding of how it works via code inspection has become virtually impossible. Today, tracing is used to follow the kernel as it performs its complex tasks. Tracing is used today for much more than simply debugging. Its framework has become the way for other […]