Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2024

schedule

Kernel devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Sunday How to Win 1st Place in the Kernel Patch Statistics - Tools and Workflows
Streamlining kernel hacking with mkosi-kernel
libvpoll: create synthetic events for poll, select and friends
More flexible user namespaces
Linux Kernel TPM security and Trusted Key updates
Linux Matchmaking: Helping devices and drivers find each other
The case for a virtual Rust stateless codec driver
From Kernel API to Desktop Integration, how do we integrate battery charge limiting in the desktop
Converting filesystems to support idmapped mounts
Linux' receive_fd_replace() semantics confusing
What is Linux kernel keystore and why you should use it in your next application
A few limitations in the available fs-related system calls
Packet, where are you?: Track in the stack with pwru

Read the Call for Papers at https://lists.fosdem.org/pipermail/fosdem/2023q4/003536.html.

Event Speakers Start End

Sunday

  How to Win 1st Place in the Kernel Patch Statistics - Tools and Workflows
Uwe Kleine-K├Ânig 09:00 09:30
  Streamlining kernel hacking with mkosi-kernel
Daan De Meyer 09:35 10:05
  libvpoll: create synthetic events for poll, select and friends
Luca Bassi, Renzo Davoli 10:10 10:30
  More flexible user namespaces
Stephane Graber, Aleksandr Mikhalitsyn 10:35 11:15
  Linux Kernel TPM security and Trusted Key updates
James Bottomley 11:20 12:00
  Linux Matchmaking: Helping devices and drivers find each other
Ahmad Fatoum 12:05 12:35
  The case for a virtual Rust stateless codec driver
Daniel Almeida 12:40 13:10
  From Kernel API to Desktop Integration, how do we integrate battery charge limiting in the desktop
Jelle van der Waa 13:15 13:45
  Converting filesystems to support idmapped mounts
Stephane Graber, Aleksandr Mikhalitsyn 13:50 14:30
  Linux' receive_fd_replace() semantics confusing
Tycho Andersen 14:35 14:55
  What is Linux kernel keystore and why you should use it in your next application
Ignat Korchagin 15:00 15:40
  A few limitations in the available fs-related system calls
Nick Kossifidis 15:45 16:15
  Packet, where are you?: Track in the stack with pwru
Quentin Monnet 16:20 16:50