This year, the Kernel Summit is divided into two components:
- An invitation-only maintainer summit of 30 people total, and;
- An open kernel summit technical track which is open to all attendees of OSS Europe.
The security session is part of the latter. The preliminary agenda for the kernel summit technical track was announced by Ted Ts’o here:
There is also a preliminary agenda for the security session, here:
Currently, the agenda includes an update from Kees Cook on the Kernel Self Protection Project, and an update from Jarkko Sakkinen on TPM support. I’ll provide a summary of the recent Linux Security Summit, depending on available time, perhaps focusing on security namespacing issues.
This agenda is subject to change and if you have any topics to propose, please send an email to the ksummit-discuss list.