Registered by Grant Likely on on 2012-02-24

The Linux Plumbers Conference (LPC) is a developer conference for the open source community. The LPC brings together the top developers working on the “plumbing” of Linux — kernel subsystems, core libraries, windowing systems, etc. — and gives them three days to work together on core design problems. The conference is divided into several working sessions focusing on different “plumbing” topics, as well as a general paper track. View the Meeting Home Page

08:00 PDT on Wednesday, 2012-08-29
22:00 PDT on Friday, 2012-08-31

Meeting drivers

Each meeting has a person, or team, responsible for deciding which items are accepted for the agenda. This team is called the "meeting driver" and for Linux Plumbers Conference 2012 they are:

You should contact the meeting driver if you have any additional questions about the structure or agenda of the meeting.


Latest 5 additions to the meeting agenda

[Slides]( The Cloud is in every discussion about computing today, but how does it really work under the hood? This presentation will first explore how various Cloud implementations use the Linux networking...
Data Direct I/O and Ethernet AVB for Linux Plumbers Conference
Networking Topics: 1) Data Direct I/O 2) Ethernet Audio/Video Bridging === Data Direct I/O Significantly Boosts Networking Performance and Reduces Power === This presentation calls out the new Data Direct I/O (DDIO) platform technology that enables I/O data transfers that require far fewer trips to memory (nearly z...
Polyhedral optimizations for LLVM for Linux Plumbers Conference
Polly is a polyhedral optimizer run as plug-in to the LLVM compiler. Polly optimizes loops for data-locality, auto-vectorization, and auto-parallelization. Although this tool is still under development, it has been gaining traction in the community over last few months and its quality increased significantly. This s...
LLVM/Clang x86 Kernel Build for Linux Plumbers Conference
[Slides]( LLVM as new toolchain is used in an increasing number of projects: RenderScript, Gallium3D, Minix, FreeBSD and others. Also in the Linux ecosystem usage of LLVM and clang is on the rise. This talk provides an ov...
[Slides]( LLVM is a new toolchain that is becoming increasingly common in Linux environments and is already included in millions of Linux devices. Today, this is primarily as the JIT compiler for Renderscript in Android Ice-...

There are a total of 55 specifications on the meeting agenda. There are 6 specifications proposed which the organisers will review. You can view the full current agenda here.