We managed to get the SELinux developer summit schedule published a few days early. Hopefully, this will help people who are making travel arrangements to OLS.
As mentioned, a lot of high quality proposals were submitted. To ensure that all important topics can be covered, the format of the summit has been changed to moderated discussion panels with presentations; rather than the original plan of having a set of fixed-length presentations followed by discussion panels.
Presentations will now be 10-20 minutes, with a greater focus on discussion. This provides much more flexibility, and is derived somewhat from experience with the kernel networking summit, which has been very successful with short presentations driving discussions.
The panel sessions are as follows:
- Distributed Technologies
- Policy Configuration
- Policy Infrastructure
- Emerging Technology/Works in Progress
More detailed information, including topics, issues, and links to abstracts may be found at the schedule page. Also see the printable version and the topics page.
All SELinux developers and folk with a technical interest in SELinux and related technologies are welcome to attend. Don’t forget that you also need to be registered to attend OLS.