[lxc-devel] CFP for containers micro-conference at LPC 2016
stgraber at ubuntu.com
Thu Sep 15 16:18:57 UTC 2016
Just a last reminder that the CFP for the containers micro-conference
We have quite a few submissions already but there's still room for some
more, especially project updates.
We currently have status updates from OpenVZ, LXC and LXD lined up, but
still have a few slots for others (rkt, docker, ... ?) if any of you
will be at Plumbers.
On Fri, Sep 02, 2016 at 04:16:06PM -0400, Stéphane Graber wrote:
> Forgot one pretty important detail in there.
> I intend to close the CFP and work on the final schedule on the 16th of
> September, this gives you folks two weeks to send anything you'd like to
> talk about there.
> On Fri, Sep 02, 2016 at 01:03:45PM -0400, Stéphane Graber wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > So we are now two months away from the 2016 edition of the Linux
> > Plumbers Conference (LPC). This year co-located with the Linux Kernel
> > Summit in Santa Fe, NM from the 1 to 4th of November.
> > As usual, we'll be having a Containers micro-conference over there. It's
> > a 2 to 3 hours event where we can chat about the state of containers,
> > both userspace and kernel space, demo the new cool stuff we've been
> > working on and have some discussions around common issues.
> > The format for this year is going to be:
> > - 1/3rd project updates (10min slots + 5min questions)
> > - 1/3rd presentation/demo (10min slots + 5min questions)
> > - 1/3rd open discussions around a number of topics
> > If you wish to give an update on your container runtime or present what
> > you've been working on lately, please submit a talk proposal here:
> > http://www.linuxplumbersconf.org/2016/ocw/events/LPC2016/proposals/new
> > I'm also looking for discussion topics for that last part of the
> > micro-conference. If you have any suggestions, please e-mail me
> > directly.
> > As usual, LPC is already basically sold out. There are a very limited
> > number of tickets that will be made available on October 1st but it's
> > not sometihng you can really rely on.
> > As a micro-conference, I do have a few speaker tickets to give away but
> > nowhere near enough to cover all speaking slots. So priority will be
> > given to people who are already registered for the event.
> > When submitting a proposal at the link above, please include in the
> > notes whether you're registered or not, that will make planning things a
> > bit easier.
> > Thanks in see you all in New Mexico!
> > --
> > Stéphane Graber
> > Ubuntu developer
> > http://www.ubuntu.com
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