The Kernel Miniconf will be at Linux.conf.au 2015

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The linux.conf.au 2015 conference is pleased to announce the Kernel Miniconf will be part of the programme in Auckland, New Zealand.

The linux kernel is the world's largest open source project and is at the heart of every linux distribution. The miniconf will be about all things kernel and is targeted mainly at experienced developers. Any interested parties will be welcome as always.

Key areas of discussion will be:

  • New developments and APIs
  • Pain points for users
  • Process/Community issues
  • Testing!!!

Tony Breeds is organising this year’s Kernel miniconf. He is a kernel developer focusing on powerpc. In his spare time Tony also maintains the kernel cross compilers on kernel.org


Linux.conf.au

linux.conf.au is one of the foremost open source conferences in the world, and is considered the most prestigious in the Southern Hemisphere. The next conference, LCA2015, will be held on 12 - 16 January 2015 at the University of Auckland in Auckland, New Zealand.

Linux.conf.au Miniconfs

Miniconfs are one day miniature conferences, within the main LCA2015 conference, which are targeted towards specific communities of interest and offer delegates an opportunity to network with other enthusiasts while immersing themselves in a specific topic or project.

LCA2015 miniconfs will be run on Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th of January 2015. Each miniconf's schedule is organised by the miniconf's organiser and will be published ahead of time, listing speakers and sessions for the day.

Linux.conf.au 2015

Date: 12 - 16 January 2015
Venue: Owen G Glenn Building, University of Auckland, Grafton Road, Auckland.
City: Auckland, New Zealand
Web: http://linux.conf.au/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LCA2015
Twitter: @linuxconfau
Hashtag: #lca2015