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* [ANNOUNCE] [CFP] linux.conf.au Online 2022 Kernel Miniconf
@ 2021-08-11 15:19 Andrew Donnellan
  2021-09-03 16:13 ` Andrew Donnellan
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From: Andrew Donnellan @ 2021-08-11 15:19 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: LKML; +Cc: lwn

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              OzLabs, ADL Canberra
ajd@linux.ibm.com             IBM Australia Limited

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* Re: [ANNOUNCE] [CFP] linux.conf.au Online 2022 Kernel Miniconf
  2021-08-11 15:19 [ANNOUNCE] [CFP] linux.conf.au Online 2022 Kernel Miniconf Andrew Donnellan
@ 2021-09-03 16:13 ` Andrew Donnellan
  0 siblings, 0 replies; 2+ messages in thread
From: Andrew Donnellan @ 2021-09-03 16:13 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: LKML; +Cc: lwn

On 12/8/21 1:19 am, Andrew Donnellan 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

The CFP for both the Kernel Miniconf and the main linux.conf.au 
conference has been extended to 2021-09-12, due to a shortage of 
submissions.

We have an audience consisting of not just kernel developers but also 
downstream users, so we are interested in a wide range of topics - if 
you or someone you know has something that might even possibly be 
interesting to talk about, please submit!

If you have any questions please contact me.

> 
> 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              OzLabs, ADL Canberra
ajd@linux.ibm.com             IBM Australia Limited

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