The Linux Symposium is a technology conference, targeting software developers working on the Linux kernel, OS infrastructure, security, networking, and any related research projects.
With attendees coming from over 30 different countries, the Symposium is the single most comprehensive collection of Linux experts. Our speakers have included such key developers as: Alan Cox, David S. Miller, Andrew Morton, Dr. Stephen Tweedie and many others. We have even been lucky enough to have Linus Torvalds attend.
Here you can find the proceedings from the 2007 Linux Symposium (June 27th ~ 30th, Ottawa, Canada).
Authors retain copyright to all submitted papers, but have granted unlimited redistribution rights to all as a condition of submission.