First main tracks and keynote presentations!
We received a lot of good proposals and deciding which ones to accept is not an easy task.
A number of proposals are still being reviewed and we are still working with some speakers. We can already announce the following keynotes and main track presentations:
|How we found a million style and grammar errors in the English Wikipedia||Daniel Naber|
|Software Archaeology for Beginners||James Turnbull|
Tracing and debugging track
|Linux tracing with LTTng||David Goulet|
|Making the Linux Kernel better (without coding)||Wolfram Sang|
|Your Application versus GDB||Tom Tromey|
Memory and storage track
|Concurrent Programming Made Simple||Nuno Diegues, Torvald Riegel|
|Persistent Memory||Ric Wheeler|
|What's New in OpenLDAP||Howard Chu|