From the announcement:
This year's event will be divided into two main sessions. The first will be for traditional conference presentations which were accepted via the CfP: * Labeled NFS Community Involvement - Dave Quigley (NSA) * Update on Flask/TE Support for X - Eamon Walsh (NSA) * Work on a Higher-Level Policy Language - James Carter (NSA) * Video Streaming in Policy Confined Environments - Philip Tricca (USAF) * A New Policy Infrastructure for SELinux Joshua Brindle (Tresys) * Policy Distribution Joshua Brindle (Tresys) * Refpolicy and Userspace Joshua Brindle (Tresys) * Analysis of Flask Policies in VM Systems Trent Jaeger (PSU) Aside from Josh's talks (which are combined into one 60-minute slot), these are 30-minute slots. For speakers, the recommended format is 20-minutes of presenting and 10-minutes of Q&A. The second main session, after lunch, is intended to be fully collaborative in that everyone in attendance may (and should) participate. This is divided into three sections: * Lightning talks, 5 minutes each. Any attendee may propose a lightning talk via the wiki or on the day. * Development sessions. This is a flexible format where developers can work in small self-organized groups on specific tasks, taking advantage of the fact that we're all in the same place for the day. We'll discuss this further on the event mailing list -- it's important to identify tasks, teams and goals beforehand, and also to make sure everyone is set up to get straight to work on the day. * General project discussion. We'll spend about an hour discussing project and development issues. Candidate agenda items should first be posted to the event mailing list, and the agenda will be finalized immediately prior to the event. For attendees who are yet to do so, ensure you are registered for LinuxCon, which is co-hosting the event for us: http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon LinuxCon registration is a requirement for attending the SELinux Developer Summit. The current discounted registration rate ends on August 15th.
If you’re still considering whether to attend the SELinux Developer Summit, keep in mind that in addition to being part of LinuxCon, there’s also Linux Plumbers directly following that at the same venue, which includes a general Linux security microconf. Travel budgets are tight for everyone this year, so hopefully the co-location of these events will help make a business case for people who are still working on travel approval.
For those who can’t make it, we’ll try and ensure that all available materials and minutes from the event are published in a timely manner. I’d encourage those who are able to attend to blog/dent/tweet anything related to the event that they feel might be useful to others.