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== Call for
== Call for ==
Revision as of 23:34, 3 April 2008
The 2008 SELinux Developer Summit is to be held in Ottawa on the 22nd of July, as an OLS mini-summit.
This will be an open event, although, to attend, you must be registered to attend OLS.
The SELinux Developer Summit will be a one day summit intended to provide a forum for focused technical discussion regarding current and future development plans for SELinux and related Flask/TE projects. The intended audience will consist of current SELinux developers, system/security administrators, distribution organizers/packagers, and power users. The format will be a mix of presentations and moderated discussion, including a panel where attendees will be invited to submit questions and feedback.
This year's presentations and discussions will be divided into two categories: usability and infrastructure. General usability of SELinux systems has consistently improved but, with increasingly wide adoption of SELinux, also become ever more important. Usability topics we plan on addressing include policy development, administration of SELinux enabled systems, and desktop integration including X11. The core infrastructure topics include embedded systems, label translation, userspace object managers, network filesystems, and labeled networking.
- Event announcement - 02 April 2008
- CFP start - 07 April 2008
- CFP end - 11 April 2008
- Notify presenters - 14 April 2008
- Publish schedule - 21 April 2008
Call for Participation
DRAFT ONLY - SUBJECT TO CHANGE
- Welcome, agenda finalization
- State of the project overview (invited talk)
- Technical presentations (20-30 mins each, papers are optional)
- Lighting talks
- Informal dinner
Please discuss general issues relating to the summit on the SELinux Mailing List.
The 2008 organizing team is as follows:
- Serge Hallyn <firstname.lastname@example.org> (IBM)
- Paul Moore <email@example.com> (HP)
- James Morris <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Red Hat)
- Karl MacMillan <email@example.com> (Tresys)
- Stephen Smalley <firstname.lastname@example.org> (NSA)
To contact the team as a group, send email to email@example.com.
- 2006 Developer Summit Baltimore, MD.
- 2007 Developer Summit Baltimore, MD.