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6/18/2008

Linux Plumbers Conference 2008

Filed under: Blogging,kernel.org,Ubuntu — kees @ 10:17 am

The Call for Speakers (and registration) for the Linux Plumbers Conference is open! Get those proposals in, register, and come join us in sunny Portland, OR.

The Linux Plumbers Conference was created to bring together the key developers involved in Linux plumbing – the “Linux plumbers” – and give them an opportunity to discuss problems face-to-face, both within subsystems and across subsystems. Participants include invited attendees, speakers selected through an open, competitive review process, and students. Registration is open to the general public as well.

The goal of the Plumbers Conference is to solve problems. The conference is arranged as a series of microconferences, each on a topic that is narrow enough to identify specific problem areas and brainstorm workable solutions. Each microconference is led by an expert in the field and organized to encourage discussion and problem solving.

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