Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit keynote speakers announced
The Linux Foundation has announced the keynote speakers and track highlights for this year's Collaboration Summit. The invitation-only Summit will take place 3-5 April in San Francisco and will include keynotes by Frank Frankovsky, Facebook's Director of Hardware Design who will talk about the company's Open Compute project, Gerrit Huizenga from IBM, and Huawei's CTO Timo Jokiaho.
This year the Linux Kernel Panel will feature Linux Foundation Fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman, James Bottomley of Parallels, John Linville of Red Hat and Keith Packard from Intel. Furthermore, a dedicated legal track is planned for the first time, and separate workgroup meetings are scheduled for topics such as Tizen, the Linux Standard Base, the Yocto Project, UEFI and more. Interested parties may request an invitation.
In the run up to the Collaboration Summit, the Linux Foundation is co-locating the Linux Storage, Filesystems and Memory Management Summit before the Collaboration Summit on 1-2 April. It is also inviting the legal counsel of member organisations to a co-located one day Legal Summit on 2 April.
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