James Morris (james_morris) wrote,
James Morris

Security Miniconf @ Linux Plumbers 2009

The Call for Proposals for the 2009 Linux Plumbers Conference has been posted. This year, there'll be a Security Microconference with Paul Moore and myself as the runners.

If you'd like to submit a proposal (or simply attend), please see the initial LWN discussion to see what kind of issues might be up for discussion. These are just starter topics, so also feel free to propose anything else which might be of interest to people involved in security and the Linux ecosystem.

There's a lot going on in security, and LPC (along with the co-hosted linuxcon) seems like a good opportunity for Linux security folk to get together.
Tags: developers, events, linux, linux plumbers conference, security

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