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> Usenix Linux Kernel Developers Summit, ... Cambridge, England
post Jan 25 2007, 08:47 AM
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was going to be in Ottawa, Canada, is now in my local city, Cambridge UK.

"For the sixth year, USENIX will present the annual Linux Kernel Developers Summit, bringing together the core of the Kernel development team to plan the next phase of Linux Kernel development. Like past Summits, this developer-to-developer, two-day event delivers substantive technical sessions and workshops where developers and industry leaders can readily share and exchange ideas. This event seeks to further feature development that brings Linux into enterprise class and highly available computing environments.

Participation at the Summit is by invitation only"

sadly, I'm not worthy to go. maybe some of the OZ or OpenMoko people are going?
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post Jan 27 2007, 03:17 AM
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actually i am mad that i missed linux.conf.au, right in my backyard and i forgot about it sad.gif

oh well, im wondering if anyone from the new standards group that formed is going as they had some people working on embbeded stuff. seems like there is alot of development going on in that area at the moment (ie motoralla)

i just wish that we had some representation in these groups (some are free others are not) however i think even if we did it would be as a minority

anyone for a Z open standards group? or small form factor stadards? for dealing with distro compatability, mark of aproval (oesf.org approved smile.gif) and alternative interaction guides (for devices without mice) smile.gif
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