Below are the 3 most recent journal entries recorded in the "James Morris" journal:
All my talk slides are now on Slideshare|
I've uploaded the slides from essentially all of the talks I've given to Slideshare. This is likely more useful than my previous strategy of dumping them in a directory and leaving the rest up to search engine bots.
Click here for the full list of slides. They are all published under the Creative Commons attribution share-alike license.
One interesting slide title, which I'd forgotten about, is Kernel Security for 2.8, from the 2004 Kernel Summit. This was from when we were still expecting a 2.7 development kernel leading to a 2.8 stable kernel -- I think Linus announced the change in development model at that summit.
Included in this set of slides are several introductory and deeper technical overviews of SELinux; I hope they are useful for people who are looking for information for themselves, or if making their own slides. As the license suggests, please feel free to copy and extend them (but note that the older ones are going to be more out of date).
Tags: events, foss.in, foss.my, ipsec, kernel, kernelsummit, lca, linux, linuxfoundation, netconf, networking, presentations, security, selinux, slides, slideshare
SELinux Developer Summit: CfP closes 1st July (1 week)|
Just a reminder for SELinux developers and anyone interested in the internals of SELinux that the SELinux Developer Summit CfP closes on July 1st, which is about a week away.
Details of the CfP are here. Don't forget to join the event mailing list if you're attending.
Proposals for presentations, lightning talks, and development sessions should be submitted via email per the instructions in the CfP. Proposals do not need to be especially detailed: if you have a good idea, simply send it in.
For reading this, you are rewarded with a mystery object (pictured above). See if you can figure out what it is before clicking on it and reading the comments @ flickr.
Tags: developers, events, linux, linuxcon, linuxfoundation, mystery object, portland, security, selinux
SELinux Developer Summit 2009 - date set|
The date for the 2009 SELinux Developer Summit has been set for Sunday 20th September, and it will be held as an ancillary event of LinuxCon in Portland.
This is a pre-announcement so that people who are thinking of attending LinuxCon and/or Plumbers Conference can take advantage of the first level of early registration for LinuxCon, which ends June 1st (this Monday).
A full announcement for the SELinux developer summit with a CfP will follow shortly.
p.s. I maintain an Identica (an open Twitter-like service) account for more regular and briefer notes: http://identi.ca/jamesm . You can subscribe via RSS or simply get an account like all the cool kids.
Tags: events, identica, linux, linuxcon, linuxfoundation, plumbersconference, portland, security, selinux