[Linux-aus] [CFP] linux.conf.au Online 2022 Kernel Miniconf

Andrew Donnellan andrew at donnellan.id.au
Fri Sep 3 15:02:57 AEST 2021

The CFP has been extended to 12 September, 23:59 (Anywhere on Earth), along
with the main LCA conference and the other miniconfs.

At this point we are still very short on submissions; I would much
appreciate if people on this list could share the CFP with any developers,
researchers, etc who might be interested in submitting.

Full info as always at https://lca-kernel.ozlabs.org/2022-cfp.html


On Mon, 30 Aug 2021 at 14:35, Andrew Donnellan <andrew at donnellan.id.au>

> The CFP is still open until 5 September, in a week from now - please get
> your submissions in and/or suggest it to your kernel-interested friends and
> colleagues.
> Regards
> Andrew
> On Thu, 12 Aug 2021 at 01:21, Andrew Donnellan <andrew at donnellan.id.au>
> wrote:
>> LCA2022 Kernel Miniconf - Online - 2022-01-14
>> ---------------------------------------------
>> The linux.conf.au 2022 Kernel Miniconf Call for Proposals is now open.
>> Start working on your talks!
>> Date: 2022-01-14
>> Location: The Internet (again)
>> Submissions close: 2021-09-05, 23:59 AoE/UTC-12
>> Submissions: https://linux.conf.au/proposals/submit/kernel-miniconf/
>> More info: https://lca-kernel.ozlabs.org/2022-cfp.html
>> Significant changes from last year:
>> - All miniconf speakers are guaranteed a free ticket
>> - All talks will be 30 minutes long
>> - CFP is now being run at the same time as main conference CFP process:
>> if your talk is of broader interest consider submitting to the main
>> conference as well
>> ***************************************************************************
>> linux.conf.au 2022 will be held from 14-16 January 2022.
>> Due to the ongoing COVID-19-related restrictions on events and travel,
>> LCA2022 will once again be held online. (Silver lining is you can speak or
>> attend from wherever you are without flying here!)
>> The Kernel Miniconf is a single-day miniconf track, held on Friday 14
>> January, about everything related to the kernel and low-level systems
>> programming.
>> The Kernel Miniconf invites talks about up-and-coming kernel
>> developments, the future direction of the kernel, and kernel development
>> community and process matters. Past Kernel Miniconfs have covered topics
>> such as memory management, RCU, scheduling, testing/CI and filesystems, as
>> well as community and process topics such as licensing, developer
>> workflows, safety critical processes, and so on.
>> We invite submissions on anything related to kernel and low-level systems
>> programming. We welcome submissions from developers of all levels of
>> experience, and from anyone connected with the kernel whether you are an
>> upstream kernel developer, distro maintainer, academic researcher or a
>> developer who works further downstream. 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.
>> --
>> Andrew Donnellan
>> http://andrew.donnellan.id.au         andrew at donnellan.id.au
> --
> Andrew Donnellan
> http://andrew.donnellan.id.au         andrew at donnellan.id.au

Andrew Donnellan
http://andrew.donnellan.id.au         andrew at donnellan.id.au
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