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From: Thomas Monjalon <thomas@monjalon.net>
To: announce@dpdk.org
Subject: FOSDEM 2022 Networking Devroom CFP
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 16:21:09 +0100	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <14652304.tv2OnDr8pf@thomas> (raw)

The FOSDEM Networking team is excited to announce that the call for proposals
is now open for the Networking devroom at [FOSDEM 2022].
FOSDEM is a free event for engineers to meet, share ideas and collaborate.

Please note that, due to Covid-19, FOSDEM will be held virtually again next year
on the 5th and 6th of February, 2022. All presentations will be pre-recorded
with live chat during each presentation and live Q&A after each presentation.

[FOSDEM 2022] https://fosdem.org/2022/

Important Dates

    Sunday 12th December  Submission deadline
    Friday 24th December  Announcement of selected talks
    Friday 28th January   Recorded Presentation and slide upload deadline
    5 & 6th February      Conference dates (online)

About the devroom

   The FOSDEM Networking devroom hosts a diversity of talks
   covering Open Source networking projects and technologies.
   The scope of the Networking devroom is broad
   and targets those software developers engaged in network design,
   monitoring, management and software development with Open Source tools.

   We typically host a variety of talks on Networking topics including:
   - Network monitoring (inventory, discovery & telemetry),
   - Network management (enterprise, carrier-grade, cloud, IoT)
   - Networking protocols (the full alphabet soup)
   - Security (IPS, IDS, protocols)
   - Authentication
   - Development tools (libraries, SDKs, plugins)
   - Network stacks

Suggested Topics:

   If it moves network packets, monitors, or interacts with, or supervises
   entities that moves network packets, it is likely a topic the devroom is
   interested in. A very /non-exhaustive/ list of the projects and topics we
   would love to see on the schedule are:

    Monitoring   Nagios, Icinga2, Naemon, NTop, SNAS, Graphana, Prometheus, collectd
    Frameworks   DPDK, eBPF, XDP, FD.io, PANDA
    Switching    Snabb, OpenvSwitch, Tungsten Fabric, Lagopus, FastClick
    Stacks       Linux, *BSD, F-Stack
    Controllers  Istio, Envoy, Network Service Mesh, OpenDayLight, Calico, Contiv
    Edge         Akraino, Openness
    Routing      FRRouting, BIRD, Go-BGP
    Management   ONAP, Ganglia, NetSNMP, PNDA.io
    Security     Suricata, Snort
    Tooling      VSPerf, TRex, Moongen, Scapy, Warp17

   Talks should be aimed at a technical audience, but should not assume that
   attendees are already familiar with your project or how it solves a given
   problem. Talk proposals may cover very specific solutions to a problem,
   or may be a higher level project overview for lesser known projects.

Code of Conduct

   [FOSDEM Code of Conduct]:

   We'd like to remind all speakers and attendees that all of the presentations
   and discussions in our devroom are held under the guidelines set in the CoC
   and we expect attendees, speakers, and volunteers to follow the CoC at all

   If you submit a proposal and it is accepted, you will be required to confirm
   that you accept the FOSDEM CoC. If you have any questions about the CoC or
   wish to have one of the devroom organizers review your presentation slides or
   any other content for CoC compliance, please email us and we will do our best
   to assist you.

[FOSDEM Code of Conduct] https://fosdem.org/2022/practical/conduct/


   Proposals should be made through the [FOSDEM Pentabarf submission tool].
   You do not need to create a new Pentabarf account if you already have one
   from a past year.

   Please select the "Network" as the *track* and ensure you include
   the following information when submitting a proposal:

    Section  Field        Notes
    Person   Name(s)      Your first, last and public names.
    Person   Abstract     A short bio.
    Person   Photo        Please provide a photo.
    Event    Event Title  *This is the title of your talk* - please be descriptive to encourage attendance.
    Event    Abstract     Short abstract of one or two paragraphs.
    Event    Duration     Please indicate the length of your talk; 15 min, 30 min or 45 min

   If your talk is accepted, the deadline to upload your slides
   and a pre-recorded version of your talk is Friday 28th January.
   FOSDEM will be held on the weekend of February 5th & 6th, 2022.

   Please also join the devroom’s mailing list,
   which is the official communication channel for the devroom:

   [network-devroom@lists.fosdem.org] (subscription page)

[FOSDEM Pentabarf submission tool]



   Ray Kinsella
   Stephan Schmidt
   Thomas Monjalon
   Emma Foley
   Alexander Biehl
   Charles Eckel

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