Organised by Andrew Donnellan
Tuesday 14 January 2020
The call for sessions is now open!
We understand that some people might need to know their proposal acceptance status earlier than December, in order for them to arrange time off, travel, etc. To assist with this, there will be an early acceptance window starting on 17 November 2019. If you require notice during this early acceptance window, please indicate this in the Private Abstract when filling out your proposals.
The Kernel Miniconf is a single-day miniconf track about everything related to the kernel and low-level systems programming.
The Kernel Miniconf will focus on a variety of kernel-related topics - technical presentations on up-and-coming kernel developments, the future direction of the kernel, and kernel development community and process matters. Past Kernel Miniconfs have included technical talks on topics such as memory management, RCU, scheduling and filesystems, as well as talks on Linux kernel community topics such as licensing and Linux kernel development process.
We invite submissions on anything related to kernel and low-level systems programming. We welcome submissions from developers of all levels of experience in the kernel community, covering a broad range of topics. The focus of the miniconf will primarily be on Linux, however non-Linux talks of sufficient interest to a primarily Linux audience will be considered.