CALL FOR PAPERS
KVM Forum 2010
The KVM Forum is back! After a break last year we're proud to present
this year's gathering around KVM again. The idea is to have everyone
involved with KVM development come together to talk about the future
and current state of KVM, teaching everyone some pieces of the puzzle
they might be missing without.
So if you're a KVM developer, mark the dates in your calendar! If
possible, also submit a talk -- we're interested in a wide variety of
KVM topics, so don't hesitate to propose a talk on your work.
If you're not a KVM developer, please read on nevertheless (or jump to
END USER COLLABORATION).
DATES / LOCATION
Conference: August 9 - 10, 2010
Location: Renaissance Boston Waterfront in Boston, MA
Abstracts due: May 14th, 2010
Notification: May 28th, 2010
Yes, we're colocated with LinuxCon. Tickets for the KVM Forum also count
At first check if it's before May 14th. If you're past that date, you're
out of luck. Now try to think hard and come up with a great idea that
you could talk about. Once you have that set, we need you to write up
a short abstract (~150 words) on it. In your submission please note
how long your talk will take. Slots vary in length up to one hour.
Also include in your proposal the proposal type -- one of: technical talk,
breakout session, or end-user talk. Add that information to the abstract
and submit it at the following URL:
Now, wait until May 24th. You will receive a notification on whether
your talk was accepted or not.
SCOPE OF TALKS
We have a list of suggested presentation topics below. These suggestions
are just for guidance, please ...