Deadline for proposal submissions is almost upon us!

UPDATE: Deadline submission extended to midnight, June 22nd, PT.

If you haven’t submitted yet, you’ll need to get cracking!  Submissions close at midnight, June 22nd, PT.

The latest update cross posted from LWN:
Please submit your abstracts using the “Submit a proposal” button on the right.

We now have runners for additional tracks:

1. Inter-Distributor Cooperation: James Bottomley
2. Kernel/Userspace/User Interfaces: Jim Gettys
3. Networking: Steve Hemminger
4. Storage: Matthew Wilcox

In addition, we have the runners announced earlier:

1. Security: James Morris and Paul Moore
2. Boot and Init: Dave Jones
3. X Window System: Keith Packard
4. Embedded Systems: Greg Kroah-Hartman and David Woodhouse
5. Audio: Lennart Poettering

Other topics are of course welcome in the General track. The perfect Plumbers topic would feature a real problem whose solution requires the relevant community members to get together face to face, preferably producing a solution during the conference itself. This of course requires buy-in from maintainers and other high-profile people active in the area.

We have an exciting program shaping up! Tutorials include an advanced git tutorial from Linus Torvalds. Keynotes include Vivek Kundra, Federal CIO, live via video with real time Q&A (invitee, to be confirmed), and Keith Packard, Intel, X Window guru.

So, to be part of the excitement, please submit your abstracts by Monday June 22nd!!!