the first day of the 2005 Ottawa Linux Symposium on O'Reilly.
"One advantage of the close examination that a conference like this one gives to its subject matter is that you see the unsavory underside. Marcel Holtmann zipped expertly through a comprehensive assessment of the state of Bluetooth on Linux (the BlueZ project) and how far each protocol had come. Martin J. Bligh reported the frustrations of making memory management robust on Linux. Even though millions of sites are comfortably and reliably running Linux, the basic operating system task of memory management has a way to go.
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