As we did in 2012, we're planning to do a media summit again at KS/2012.

The KS/2012 will happen in San Diego, CA, US, between Aug 26-28, just
before the LinuxCon North America.

In order to do it, I'd like to know who is interested on participate,
and to get proposals about what subjects will be discussed there,
in order to start planning the agenda.


-------- Mensagem original --------
Assunto: Re: [Ksummit-2012-discuss] Organising Mini Summits within the Kernel 
Data: Fri, 13 Jul 2012 13:37:08 -0400
De: Theodore Ts'o <>
Para: James Bottomley <>
CC:, linux-kernel 

On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 09:09:15AM +0100, James Bottomley wrote:
> Hi All,
> We have set aside the second day of the kernel summit (Tuesday 28
> August) as mini-summit day.  So far we have only the PCI mini summit on
> this day, so if you can think of other topics, please send them to the
> kernel summit discuss list:
> Looking at the available rooms, we think we can run about four or five
> mini summits.
> As an added incentive, mini summit organisers get to pick who they
> invite and all the people they pick will get an automatic invitation to
> the third day of the kernel summit (but not the core first day) and the
> evening events.

OK, so far I believe I've heard concrete suggestions from identified
(or fairly well identified :-) stuckees willing to organize
mini-summits for:

* Media
* memcg

I may have missed some, so if people could send a message to the
discuss list with [MINI-SUMMIT] in the subbject line and the name of
the proposed mini-summit, that would be really helpful.  Please
indicate whether you are volunteering to help organize the proposed
mini-summit, or identify someone you think can be volunteered.  :-)

Things that we will be asking the mini-summit chars to determine, in
addition to who should be given invites for Tuesday and Wednesday is
an estimate of how much time you need, and a list of sub-topics (and
who might lead the sub-topic discussion).  We will be asking you to
create a fairly well-defined schedule, with 30 and 60 minute slots, so
that we can publish a schedule and so that people who might need to
hop between mini-summits, have a chance to do so.  So please start
thinking about how long each of your sub-topics will need to be, and
who might be needed for a particular sub-topic's discussion to be
successful.  There may be a number of developers, with fingers in
multiple subsystem, where scheduling may become a bit of a challenge.


                                                - Ted
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