Linux Kernel

A session at FOSDEM 2007

  • Andrew Morton

Saturday 24th February, 2007

4:00pm to 4:45pm (WET)

Andrew will present a broad look at the trends in recent changes in the Linux kernel: what areas of kernel functionality are people working on, and what changes can we expect to see over the next year ?

This feature-by-feature walk-through will be tied to an examination of the motivations of the kernel contributors: why do particular individuals and organizations choose particular things to work upon ?

He will also examine areas of the kernel which are arguably suffering from some neglect, the reasons for this and some possible corrective actions which might be taken.

Andrew will finish with a discussion of the importance of individual testers to the kernel development effort, as well as a look at the steps which a kernel tester should take to maximize the effectiveness of his or her contribution to the kernel.

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FOSDEM 2007

Belgium Belgium, Brussels

24th25th February 2007

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Time 4:00pm4:45pm WET

Date Sat 24th February 2007

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