Saturday, 7 May 2011

Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2011

This week marks the fifth annual Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, which will be held from April 6th to 8th in San Francisco, CA. Many Googlers will be attending, and several Googlers are presenting at the Summit as well.
Andrew Morton will be in a panel discussion on The Linux Kernel: What's Next at 11 AM on Wednesday April 6th.

Michael Rubin, Technical Lead for Google's Kernel Storage team will be presenting a keynote on File systems in the Cloud at 3:30 on Wednesday.

Ian Lance Taylor will be discussing the Go Programming Language at 2:15 on Thursday the 7th as part of the Tools track.

Later on Thursday, Jeremy Allison of the Open Source Programs Office will explain Why Samba Switched to GPLv3 at 4 PM.
Although the event is invitation only, live video streaming is available for free, so everyone can watch the keynotes and panel discussions. Tune in to the video stream, or if you’ll be attending, introduce yourself after any of the talks!

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