Next week is the Ottawa Linux
, happening June 26 to 29. The schedule
of seriously technical talks from many prominent Linux developers; it looks
to be an interesting event. For those who are unable to attend this (sold
out) conference, the full proceedings have been placed online as a single,
huge, 630-page PDF file
; it has been mirrored by
and on William
Immediately preceeding OLS is the second Kernel Summit. Topics to be
discussed there include the Linux Security Module patch, virtual memory,
asynchronous I/O, cleaning up the module mechanism, "carrier grade Linux,"
2.6 goals, the block I/O subsystem, cleaning up the SCSI layer, and more.
It looks to be an interesting event, to say the least.
LWN editor Jonathan Corbet will be taking a break from the smell of wood
smoke and the drone of slurry bombers (which are regular Colorado features,
these days) to attend both events; he will report back when time and
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