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The 2009 Linux Kernel Summit was held in Tokyo, Japan on October 19 and 20. Jet-lagged developers from all over the world discussed a wide range of topics. LWN's Jonathan Corbet was there, and has written the following summaries.
The sessions held on the first day of the summit were:
The discussions on the second day were:
The kernel summit closed with a general feeling that the discussions had gone well. It was also noted that our Japanese hosts had done an exceptional job in supporting the summit and enabling everything to happen; it would not be surprising to see developers agitating for the summit to return to Japan in the near future.
See also: the obligatory kernel
summit group photo.
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