Right after LinuxCon this year was the co-located Linux Plumbers Conference. This is not an official Linux Foundation event, per se, but we work closely with the organizers to help them any way we can. It’s a great event for system and kernel developers to attend, and this year was no exception.¬†
A lot of LinuxCon attendees stuck around for the Plumbers Conference,¬† to delve deep into the kernel, utility, and library programming that surrounds Linux. This is deep-topic stuff, and attendees I spoke with were not disappointed.
Now you can view for yourself, as we’ve just posted the first batch of videos from the Plumbers Conference on the LF Video site. This set of videos includes discussions on SELinux, networking, clustered filesystems, video processing, and more.
More videos will be coming soon, so keep checking back at the conference page on LF Video. Don’t forget, LinuxCon keynote videos are still available to watch, and with registration, you can catch LinuxCon sessions, too.
In the meantime, here’s Linus Torvalds’ LPC tutorial on his other big project, git:
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