We are pleased to announce that four new Microconferences were added to the Linux Plumbers Conference 2014 line up! They are: Automotive, File and Storage Systems, Network Management and Real Time. For more details please see the Topics Page on the LPC 2014 wiki. Congratulations!
Look for more postings with detailed descriptions of each Microconference.
We are still reviewing the current list of proposed Microconferences, and as usual, we would also like to remind you that there is still time to submit new topics. However the schedule is starting to fill up, and we might be able to accommodate only a few more Microconferences beyond the already proposed and accepted ones.
This is a list of “microconferences”, working sessions which are designed to solve problems in the “plumbing” of Linux – kernel subsystems, core libraries, windowing system, etc. For more information, please see this description on the LPC web page, What is Linux Plumbing.
Approved Microconferences for 2014
The following microconferences have been approved. For more information about each proposal, click on the links provided. Note that the contents of an individual microconference can change between now and the conference to accommodate changes that occur or new issues that arise in the community between now and the conference date. Refer back to this Wiki for updates.
File and Storage Systems
Network Virtualization Security
Proposed Microconferences for 2014
User Session & UI Toolkits
Network Switch Devices
Live kernel patching
Obsoleting support for old hardware, drivers, and infrastructure
Development tools (Coccinelle, sparse, etc.)