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[bookmark=]Here is the CFP for the Real-Time Micro Conference (RT-MC) at the Linux Plumbers 2020:…

Submit your proposal!


[bookmark=]Fun slide from the @KernelCI talk with Kevin Hilman (@khilmatic) and Khouloud Touil of @BayLibre yesterday at # #: "How Patches Grow Up and Go to School "


[bookmark=]A recording of today's presentation of "10 Years of Linux Security - A Report Card" is now available to view here: PDF:… PPT:…

10 Years of Linux Security - A Report Card, delivered at the 2020 Linux Security Summit North America on July 2nd, 2020 [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Linux 3.16 has officially reached end-of-life:…
I am no longer a stable maintainer, but will continue contributing to stable kernel branches. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]We're doing another # Town Hall. Jon Corbet from @lwnnet will give you "The Kernel Weather Report". Tune in on 16 July:
8am PST
11am EST
3pm GMT
5pm CEST
Simply click on the link when the talk is about to start (no account required) 👇 [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Just wrote a status update of the ongoing RPI4 vulkan driver:…
@igalia @Raspberry_Pi @SaschaWillems2
v3dv status update 2020-07-01

[bookmark=]Did you know?
You can use the Elixir Cross Referencer to look up kernel configuration settings in defconfig files.
See by yourself in… for example.

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[bookmark=]The cfp for the Networking & BPF Summit at # is now open! Please make sure to checkout @davem_dokebi's mail for details:…

Then simply hand in through our website:…
choosing the "Networking & BPF Summit" track. :) [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Like I said yesterday, the future is in Open hardware all the way to the silicon itself - here's the official announce of a major contribution from an OpenPOWER Foundation member you may have heard of, @IBM :)[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]... and I highly recommend looking at @bjorntopel's slides from the Munich @RISC_V meetup last week:
"What's missing in RISC-V Linux, and how YOU can help!"…


[bookmark=]Wow. This looks very cool for grabbing patch series from LKML[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]I think this is an opinion you don’t hear enough from open source maintainers: I code to express myself. 👍

I realised a while ago I need to write code to feel fulfilled & happy. Not to get smarter or better at work. Just to create.

Painters gonna paint. Coders gonna code.[/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Slides from the @RISC_V and Open Hardware BoF session today with @stephano of @linuxfoundation at the virtual Embedded Linux Conference…
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[bookmark=]Linus Torvalds on the future of Linux kernel developers and development via @ZDNet & @sjvn @_dirkhh and Linus Torvalds take their # show virtual and talk about #, Threadripper PCs, and #. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Do you need alternative library implementations based on hardware capabilities? # has got you covered with the new glibc-hwcaps sub-directories. Continually improving. [/bookmark]

# # 5.8-rc3 is out:

"[…] a fairly big rc3 here […] That said, I don't think there's anything _particularly_ scary in here […] probably simply a direct result of the fact that 5.8 is a big release […] Go forth and test, Linus"

[bookmark=]If you haven't tried it yet, please do, I can't live without it...[/bookmark]