[cgl_discussion] Oct 23rd speakers & topics confirmation

Mika Kukkonen mika at osdl.org
Fri Sep 12 13:53:16 PDT 2003

OK, here is tentative list of speakers, their topics and time
reservations. I am still fishing for 0-2 more speakers, but it
is looking good.

Speakers, let me know any changes etc. you want to make. Also
attached is Ericsson's description of their presentation. While
it is in no way mandatory to create one, it would be nice to
have at least a short summary of your topic.

OSDL CGL "miniconference" agenda (DRAFT!!):
	09.00-09.15:	Arrangements etc. (OSDL)
	09.15-10.00:	OpenHPI (Tariq Shureih)
	10.00-10.45:	SDE (Mark Bellon)
	10.45-11.30:	uDev (Greg Kroah-Hartman)
	11.30-12.00:	Robust Mutexes (Inaky Perez-Gonzalez)
	12.00-12.30:	*** lunch break ***
	12.30-13.30:	AEM and TIPC (Frederic Rossi & Jon Maloy)
	13.30-14.00:	OSDL TIPC (Mika Kukkonen)
	14.00-14.30:	*** coffee break ***
	14.30-15.15:	OpenGFS and OpenDLM (Ben Cahill)
	15.15-15.45:	LSM (Chris Wright)
	15.45-16.00:	Wrapping up (OSDL)


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OSDL Face-to-Face Meeting- October 2003
1 hr Presentation Proposal


Jon Maloy		Jon.Maloy at Ericsson.com		1.514.345.7900 x2056
Frederic Rossi		Frederic.Rossi at Ericsson.com	1.514.345.7900 x5641

Presentation Outline

The presentation (60 minutes) will be divided into 3 x 20 minutes sub-presentations:

Introduction: The Requirements from the Telecom World 

In this introduction, we will present the role Linux is expected to play in the telecom platforms (from our point of view) and we will raise the related challenges. The presentation will highlight the missing pieces that are potential candidates for future CGL specs releases requirements and we will argue why such mechanisms are important and crucial into reaching a robust, fully featured Carrier Grade Linux OS. 

TIPC: Status and Plans

We will first introduce the basic features of TIPC (2-4 slides) then we will cover the status, including code status and identified shortcomings, both from a technical viewpoint and with respect to development resources and responsibilities. We will also present our plans for TIPC, during this year and at longer term. Here we will address issues such functionality, stability, integration with the Linux Kernel etc. Finally, we will present our vision of the future cooperation Ericsson/OSDL and the open source community in general for further evolution of TIPC.

AEM: Status and Plans 

We will present an overview of AEM and describe its current status: what is AEM, general architecture, integration into the Linux kernel and code stability. This will lead us to talk about the decisions we took this year regarding the architecture in order to be more acceptable to the open source community and attractive to the grand public in general. 
We will describe the main components of the AEM core functionalities and talk about those extensions we are presently working on and those we plan for next year in order to improve AEM performance and robustness in a carrier-grade environment.

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