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Re: [Xen-devel] Call for Proposals : XenSummit #4, Yorktown NY

  • To: "Ian Pratt" <m+Ian.Pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: "Jun Koi" <junkoi2004@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 23:27:59 +0900
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Hi Ian,

I would love to attend the summit, but the problem is that summit is
too close. I believe that can be a problem for others as well. Usually
we must have the plan in advance few months before, and it also takes
time to arrange the working schedule for the trip.

A question: are we going to have a summit around OLS or sometimes in
the summer? That would be helpful to know it, so we can prepare from


On 2/21/07, Ian Pratt <m+Ian.Pratt@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We are pleased to announce that IBM has offered to host the 4th Xen
Summit, which will be held April 17-18 2007 at the IBM TJ Watson
Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY.  IBM is one of the most active
contributors to the Xen project, and has been one of its strongest

We're still planning the event, but the high level picture is this:
there is likely to be a space constraint for attendees, and priority
will be given to those who have contributed to the Xen code base
and/or those whose proposal for a talk at the Summit are accepted by
the relevant session organizer(s).  Please see the call for
presentations below.  Also, large companies may have to be limited to
a quota of attendees, so that there will be plenty of room for other
community members.

Watch for a Reg Site notice soon.  You will be responsible for your own
accommodation and transport; there will be as small a fee as we can
manage, to cover lunches, dinner, registration staff and some form of
fun event.

Let's make this another great summit!


Call for Presentation Proposals

The Xen Summit, Spring '07 at IBM Watson Research, Yorktown will
include two full days of technical discussion and working meetings.
There will be opening and closing plenary sessions, and up to two
tracks of parallel sessions during the remainder of the meeting.  We
invite you to submit proposals for presentations and/or tutorials on
any of the topics below, or indeed any other topic of importance to
the Xen development community.  Note that this meeting is for
developers only, and is expected to address detailed technical issues.
Areas of interest include:

 Xen Project roadmap
 Xen Security roadmap
 Core hypervisor roadmap
 x86/ia64/ppc and other ports
 Integrating smart I/O hardware
 Benchmarking and performance optimization
 Xen Control Stack roadmap
 Linux Paravirt_ops and upstreaming
 Solaris, *BSD and other OSes
 Improving emulated device support
 SCSI, Framebuffer and other driver support
 Research projects using Xen

Please send a paragraph proposing your topic and desired presentation
length (plan for 1/2 hour sessions) detailing the specific technical
area and contribution you will make.

As with previous summits, all the talks presented will be collected to
appear as PDFs on the summit web site.

Please submit your proposals to summit-talks@xxxxxxxxxxxxx by 7 March.

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