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Photos from Linux Plumbers 2010 posted

Some photos from this year’s event. Enjoy!

The schedule in PDF form

For your convenience, here is the conference schedule in PDF form.

Opening Keynote and Presentation Track announcement

The Linux Plumbers Conference Program Committee is pleased to announce Jonathan Corbet as our opening keynote speaker. Mr. Corbet is well respected in our community as a kernel developer and the co-founder and executive editor of Linux Weekly News.
We’re also pleased to announce that speakers have been selected for the presentation track. Click [...]

Early Registration Deadline and Micro-Conference topics

Reminder: The early registration deadline is Tuesday August 31st. Register before the deadline for the discounted $275 registration fee. After the deadline the fee goes up to the standard rate of $325, and then after October 11 up to $400 for late registration.
Linux Plumbers is now just over two months away, and the [...]

Call for Papers Deadline Extension to July 26th

The Linux Plumbers conference planning committee is announcing an extension to the call for papers deadline by one week to July 26th, 2010. We’re also taking this opportunity to clarify the difference between presentation and micro-conference proposals. There has been some confusion, and we want to make sure that everyone is happy with [...]

Reminder: Presentation Proposals due July 19

The deadline for presentation proposals is rapidly approaching. If you would like to make a presentation at this year’s plumbers, then please get your proposal in before the end of the day Monday via:
More information can be found in the Call for Papers.
Submissions for micro-conference topics and BoFs also remain open.
– The 2010 LPC [...]

Call for Track Ideas

This year, Linux Plumbers Conference will take place in Cambridge, MA on November 3-5, 2010. Unlike more traditional conferences, the Plumbers conference is not structured around presentations of completed work, or problems and solutions confined to a single subsystem or layer of the Linux ecosystem. Rather the Plumbers Conference encourages BOFs type meetings and brainstorming [...]