Can your experience in the Linux world be useful to other professionals? Do you feel the value of getting into the code of the programs you are using? Do you ask yourself often «how this stuff works inside»? Do you spread and design innovative systems and want to share your opinion with hundreds of other insiders? Submit a talk to LinuxLab!
You have time until September, 23 (extended from 16) to submit an abstract to the second edition of LinuxLab that will be held in Florence on December, 3 and 4, 2018.
Send your proposal
In order to send the proposal, you need to fill in the online form with an abstract and the required data. This ensures a quick review by the staff, which receives the content and review it ensuring an objective and transparent feedback in the shortest possible time, in order to ease any modification to the submitted jobs.
You can submit proposals on any matter specified in the following topics, or propose new ones, related to the Linux world, for arguments which are not listed. LinuxLab wants to be the all-around Italian conference on Linux. The conference will be organized on two days, each with two parallel tracks. For this edition we have therefore identified four main areas, where we would like speeches to be addressed. The areas are interaction, security, kernel and dev tools. Contributions may be theoretical or practical case studies, cross-topic proposals are welcome.
Here are some of the topics that might be appropriate for each area:
- After X11 (Compositors, Wayland, Mir, …)
- Human Machine Interface
- Linux for the Desktop
- Linux for Creators (audio, video, text, images, …)
- Secure Boot
- Penetration testing
- Hacking and Cracking
- Safe programming
- File Systems (performances, use cases, capabilities, …)
- Android (drivers, low power, video stack, …)
- Realtime / Xenomai
- Specialized schedulers
- Reverse engineering device hw
- Linux Mobile
- Kernel Architecture
- Virtualization / Containers
- Windows Subsystem for Linux
- Linux embedded
If you work in these areas, you’re an expert in a technology or feel you can say something interesting on one or more topics listed above, bring it on: propose a talk!
Feel free to get in touch with us to better define your content / presentation, before and after the proposal at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talks will be given in English.