Content on this page will be somewhat thin next week, as your editor will
be in Ottawa for the 2004 Kernel Summit and the Ottawa Linux Symposium.
The Kernel Summit will be happening Monday and Tuesday, July 19
and 20. The agenda
has now been
posted for those who are curious. The topics to be discussed will not be
surprising to most readers: virtual memory management, NUMA, power
management, clustered storage, networking, block I/O, security, and more.
There will also be a pair of sessions on kernel support for desktop users,
featuring a cameo appearance by Keith Packard.
As usual, LWN will be carrying reports from the event; stay tuned.
Your editor is also giving a talk in the very first OLS slot, 10:00,
Wednesday, where he will engage in some wild speculation on where the 2.7
development series might go, assuming it actually starts sometime soon.
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