Kernel Recipes 2015 Launch
The Fourth Annual Kernel Recipes gathering, dedicated to Linux kernels, is set to take place in Paris this fall from September 30 until October 2, 2015.
Kernel Recipes 2015 will, once again, brings together for three days Linux kernel experts and devoted fans in Mozilla's Paris offices. This free event, which in four years has become the definitive meeting point for the entire open source community in Europe, will span more than 20 sessions on themes as diverse as virtualization, security, development, sub-systems and embedded systems, and will put a special focus on release processes, with, notable a live release by Greg Kroah-Hartman from the Linux Foundation.
Other prestigious, anticipated guests:
- Willy Tarreau, Haproxytech
- Jense Axboe, Facebook
- Francois Romieux
- Kevin Hilman, Linaro
- Mike Turquette, BayLibre
- Eric Leblond, Stamus Network
- Hans Verkuil, Cisco
- David Woodhouse, Intel
- Jan Kara, SUSE
- Frédéric Weisbecker, Red Hat
- Stefan Hajnoczi, Red Hat
- Bruno Cornec, HP
- William Dauchy, Gandi
- Yves-Alexis Perez, ANSSI
Additionally, at the end of each day, the participants who wish to can present as part of the 20-minute, open-mic style Lightning Talks. The subjects of these talks can be submitted via a form on the event's site and the participants selected will automatically receive complimentary admission for the duration of the conference.
And of course each night, festivities are planned to allow participants to keep the conversation going over a glass of wine or a pint of beer (or anything else you may wish to imbibe).
Sponsored by Mozilla, Parrot, SUSE, BayLibre, and HAPROXY, this event is organized by hupstream in collaboration with Gandi (a sponsor from the very start) and will take place at the offices of Fondation Mozilla, in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, from Wednesday September 30 until Friday October 2, 2015 from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm each day.
The complete program, which is still being finalized, is available on the event's site, and reservations, available by day or for the entire event will go on sale September 1, 2015.
More information can be found at and reservations can be made at kernel-recipes.org
hupstream was founded in May 2011 with the goal of helping companies automate their projects using Linux and Open Source solutions: custom Linux systems, Linux build tools and systems, upstream feedback loops, and kernel expertise.
The mission of the three founders of hupstream is to build a diverse team, rich in experience that compliment a singular idea: observe, understand, and simplify the daily lives of customers, whether in a home environment or in a business environment, with efficient and powerful tools, custom-built in collaboration with the customer using Open Source components.
Open Source signals innovation, flexibility, stability, longevity, and high-value at a low cost. Any beneficial and effective collaboration requires confidence, expertise, and mutual respect. It's with this perspective that hupstream has partnered with more than thirty businesses in many diverse sectors as varied as aeronautics, bancassurance, software development, and professional training, with services specific to each company's particular situation and taking into account its specific needs, objectives, and constraints.
hupstream is also a founder of Kernel Recipes and recently launched the Meetup group "Open Recipes."
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