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From: "Theodore Y. Ts'o" <tytso@mit.edu>
To: ksummit-discuss@lists.linuxfoundation.org
Subject: [Ksummit-discuss] Kernel Summit Track Schedule [V2]
Date: Wed, 4 Sep 2019 20:19:11 -0400
Message-ID: <20190905001911.GA31869@mit.edu> (raw)

If you have any concerns or conflicts (especially if you are a speaker :-),
please let me know.

       	      			- Ted

			 Kernel Summit Agenda

Monday September 9, 2019

AM MC's: Dist Kernels, Tracing MC, RISC-V
PM MC's PM: IoT, Scheduler, IOMMU

10:00  Reworking of KVA allocator in Linux kernel (Uladzislau Rezki)
10:45  Touch but don’t look: Running the kernel in execute only memory
	(Rick Edgecombe)       
11:30  Break
12:00  Maple Tree (Liam Howlett)
12:45  The list is our process: An analysis of the kernel's
	email-based development process (Ralf Ramsauer)
13:30  Lunch
15:00  Upstream Graphics: Too little, too late (Daniel Vetter)
15:45  Deep Argument Inspection and Seccomp (Christian Brauner)
16:30  Break
17:00  Inline Encryption Support (Satya Tangirala)
17:45  <Open Slot>
18:30  TAB Elections Q&A
19:45  LPC Evening Event


Tuesday September 10, 2019

AM MC's: Open Printing, Toolchains, Testing and Fuzzing
PM MC's: Containers, Android, Power managemnt

10:00  Memory management bits in arch/* (Mika Rapaport)
10:45  replacing mmap_sem with finer grained locks (Michel Lespinasse)
11:30  Break
12:00  Killing the mmap_sem's contention (Jerome Glisse, et. al)
12:45  <Open Slot>
13:30  Lunch
15:00  Tracing Data Access Pattern with Bounded Overhead and Best-effort
	Accuracy (SeongJae Park)
15:45  Interrupt Message Store: A scalable interrupt mechanism for the
	cloud (Megha Day)
16:30  Break
17:00  Kernel Documentation (Jonathan Corbet)
17:45  <Open Slot>

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

AM MC's: RDMA, Real Time, Databases
PM MC's: Live patching, BPF, System boot/security

10:00  Moving the Linux ABI to userspace (Dave Martin)
10:45  KUnit - Unit Testing for the Linux Kernel (Brendan Higgins)
11:30  Break
12:00  Reflections on kernel quality, development process and testing
	(Dmirty Vyukov)
12:45  Discussions on kselftest (Shuah Kahn)
13:30  Lunch
15:00  Decoupling ZRAM from a specific backend (Vitaly Wool)
15:45  <Open Slot>
16:30  <Break>
17:00  <Open Slot>
17:45  <Room not available -- reconfiguration for Plenary>
18:30  Closing Plenary
20:00  LPC Closing Party

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