[PLUG] [Bulk] [ talk ] [ discussion ] GNU/Linux Kernel - Internals - Anyone Interested?
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Mon Sep 3 01:17:50 PDT 2012
On Monday 03 September 2012 01:44 PM, Vatsala Dorairajan wrote:
> On Saturday 01 September 2012 12:18 PM, Sunil Beta Baskar wrote:
>> On 29 August 2012 23:09, Lalatendu Mohanty <then4way at yahoo.co.in> wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 28 August 2012 07:47 AM, Sunil Beta Baskar wrote:
>>>> After Neepen's talk I found that there is quite a lot of interest in
>>>> knowing GNU/Linux Kernel Internals (Kernel internals, device drivers,
>>>> design strategy, guidelines ...)
>>>> I know a bit about how kernel design has been transforming from 2.4 to
>>>> 3.5 and further.
>>>> I can share this in a talk, keeping things simple to start with -
>>>> giving everyone an overview of the subsystems and their current
>>>> I have some prior work I can re-use (all Open/Shared).
>>>> If anyone is interested in both sides (sharing with others, or
>>>> learning [ I would like to understand a few pieces too ] ) do share
>>>> what you would like to learn.
>>>> Hoping to hear everyone's thoughts on this,
>>>> sunilbetabaskar dot com slash contact dot html will show you I am
>>>> not paranoid.
>>>> Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List
>>> I will strongly encourage you for the session. Learning about internals
>>> is always interesting for newbie like me. A talk on "how kernel design
>>> has been transforming from 2.4 to 3.5 and further" also sounds
>>> Lalatendu Mohanty
>> I would prefer to schedule it as three sessions to start -
>> 1. Building the Linux Kernel [ -stable- 3.5.x ] - Kconfig/Kbuild for
>> 2. Linux Kernel architecture transition from 2.6 to 3.5
>> 3. Linux Kernel architecture - overview of sub-systems - basic
>> architecture for device drivers
>> I shall need help to select the right schedule and place for each of
>> the sessions.
>> Beyond the 3rd session, people who are experts in various subsystems
>> of the kernel could share more detailed information.
>> Comments and ideas are welcome.
>> Pune GNU/Linux Users Group Mailing List
> Hi Beta(Since you sign your email that way)
> This, I feel, is a very clean way of structuring this talk. I am
> definitely interested to attend all the three parts. Keep all of us
> posted on when this is going to happen. Since I am relatively new to
> Pune and dont know many people yet , I am unable to pitch in with
> helping you find a suitable venue,etc... I hope someone will volunteer
> for this and this talk will materialize.
can this be part of the monthly meetup agenda?
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