Linux Developer Conference Brazil is meant to be a meeting point for communities developing Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects that constitute the Core of modern Linux systems. A space to connect developers, enthusiasts, and companies and to foster both the development of the communities and the Brazilian FOSS market.
Presentations can be submitted either in English or Portuguese, but priority will be given to presentations in English. Submissions are accepted in two different formats: Presentations, which consist of live talks lasting 45 minutes including questions; and Lightning Talks, expected to last from 5 to 10 minutes.
- March 30th: Submission period starts
- June 7th: Submission period ends
- June 25th: Speakers notified
- August 21st: Slide-deck delivery deadline
- August 25th, 26th: The conference happens
Speakers are invited to submit talks concerning Linux systems development which are among, but not limited to, the following tracks:
- Kernel and drivers
- Containers and virtualization
- Display servers and desktop environments
- Multimedia frameworks
- Compilers and toolchains
- Graphic libraries
- Networking and protocols
- Linux-based OSes
- Init systems
- Automated Testing and Continuous Integration
- Internet of Things
- Industry challenges
Presentations may also provide information on its expertise level, being it newbie, average or expert. All expertise levels have equal acceptance priority.
All submitted presentations will be evaluated accordingly to its coherence with the open source ecosystem, relevance to the open source community and its novelty.
See submission for instructions and the form, fill the required fields, which will include an abstract of the presentation.
After submitting, the person will receive a confirmation email. By the end of the evaluation period, all proposals will receive a message informing the acceptance status.
Selected presenters will be requested to submit their slides by August 21st.