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\o/ Jason sent #Wireguard for review to #netdev (the #linux #kernel network developers ML): lore.kernel.org/netdev/2019112…

"[…] on top of the Frankenzinc patchset[…] hasn't yet received suitable testing there for me to call it v1 just yet[…]"

FWIW, he means:













The @linuxplumbers Conference 2019 videos are now available on #Youtube

linuxplumbersconf.org/blog/2019/vide…

"[…] You can access and promote the #LinuxPlumbers Conference #YouTube
channel here:" youtube.com/linuxplumbersc…

Linux Plumbers Conference 2019 videos are now available





# #perf #linux #bpf



The "#BPF trampoline" series has been merged to #linux-next and thus is slated for inclusion in #kernel 5.5

"[…] Introduce BPF trampoline concept to allow kernel code to call into BPF programs
with practically zero overhead […]"

lore.kernel.org/netdev/2019111…
git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/…



New post in the @linuxplumbers conference 2019 blog: Summaries of Some Microconferences Released

"[…] we’re having a small production glitch, so until we can release [the videos], several MC leads have now sent us written summaries of their MCs […]"
Summaries of Some Microconferences Released





Ard Biesheuvel's patch series that creates "[…] crypto library abstractions that are needed to
incorporate #WireGuard into the mainline kernel […]" is now in #linux-next and thus slated for inclusion in #kernel 5.5. lore.kernel.org/linux-crypto/2…



#Linux #kernel 5.4-rc8 is out:

"[…] decided that there's no real downside to just doing the rc8[…] Nothing really looks all that worrisome from a release standpoint[…] give the tires a final few kicks before the expected 5.4 release next weekend[…]"

lore.kernel.org/lkml/CAHk-=wiy…



#ebpf