Each year the Linux Foundation invites selected kernel developers to the Collaboration Summit in San Francisco. More and more of their beards are turning gray.
on 04/21/2010 – Made popular on 04/21/2010
As the annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit was wrapping up yesterday in San Francisco, we asked a few attendees to weigh in on their favorite sessions.
The invitation-only event brought together 430 Linux kernel developers, Linux Foundation members and other Linux community insiders for keynote talks, work sessions, training, project updates, industry trends and networking.
On day one, at
Linux kernel maintainer and Linux Foundation Fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman will be moderating the highly-anticipated Linux kernel panel at the Collaboration Summit in a couple short weeks. He was generous enough to take a few moments recently to answer some questions about what we might hear from the Linux kernel panel, as well as some details on his recent work and projects.
Now more than halfway through the Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit in San Francisco, attendees have started to weigh in on the best sessions and experiences so far. Some cited Monday's keynote presentations from heavy hitters such as Samsung and Jaguar Land Rover.
Last week, I attended the Linux Storage, Filesystems, and Memory Management summit (LSF/MM) on Monday and Tuesday, and the Linux Collaboration Summit (aka Collab) from Wednesday through Friday. Both events were held at the Meritage Resort in Napa, CA. This was by invitation of some Linux developers who wanted to find out more about what PostgreSQL needs from the Lin
Recently I attended the Linux Foundation’s Linux Collaboration Summit in San Francisco, CA, USA. During my time there I had the opportunity to meet several kernel developers, community leads, journalists, etc...
The Linux Foundation's largest event of the year takes place this week in Chicago, starting with the co-located Linux Security Summit, Linux Kernel Summit and Xen Developer Summit today and tomorrow.
Then on Wednesday LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America start in full force with Executive Director Jim Zemlin's “State of Linux” keynote at 9 a.m.