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FOSDEM 2012 - Multiserver, microkernel-based operating systems devroom

From: Jakub Jermar
Subject: FOSDEM 2012 - Multiserver, microkernel-based operating systems devroom
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 23:29:48 +0100
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FOSDEM 2012 - Multiserver, microkernel-based operating systems devroom

(apologies for cross-posting)

The developers of several free and open-source multiserver and/or
microkernel-based operating systems will meet at FOSDEM 2012 in
Brussels, Belgium and will share a developer room.

The devroom is currently looking for content in the form of talks
related to the area of multiserver and/or microkernel-based operating
systems. Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

  OS introduction to developers of other OS
  Subsystems and architecture
  Hardware and device drivers
  Tools and languages
  Release engineering and testing
  Experience and learning from mistakes
  Technical challenges
  Community and life with an OS-project
  Academia and education

Please send your talk proposal(s) to:


no later than by 2011-12-31.

Make sure to include the following in your proposal:
- title of your talk (will be printed in the FOSDEM booklet)
- your full name (will be printed in the FOSDEM booklet)
- your short bio giving us some idea of who you are and what is
  your relation to and qualification for the subject of your talk
- number of 15-minute slots that you need for the talk (talks longer
  than 45 minutes are discouraged)

The final devroom schedule (along with accepted talks) will be
announced on 2012-01-9 (Jan 9) in:


and the speakers will be notified via e-mail. The schedule will be
also published on the FOSDEM web and in the FOSDEM booklet after

If you do not want to or cannot give a talk yourself, you may still send
suggestions for what else you would like to see/hear/do in the devroom.
Please send your suggestions to the above mailing list.

The devroom is scheduled for Sunday of February 5, room K.3.201. The
seating capacity of the room is 85 seats. Any changes will be announced
in the above mailing list.

Jakub Jermar

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