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From: Ray Kinsella <mdr@ashroe.eu>
To: fosdem@lists.fosdem.org, announce@dpdk.org,
	vpp-dev <vpp-dev@lists.fd.io>,
	"csit-dev@lists.fd.io" <csit-dev@lists.fd.io>
Subject: Re: [dpdk-announce] FOSDEM 2020 Software Defined Networking Devroom CFP
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2019 14:45:19 +0000
Message-ID: <e8100f89-22eb-c161-b459-2fc84dcedeb2@ashroe.eu> (raw)
In-Reply-To: <210a7b27-3637-048f-ee19-71f241f12fda@ashroe.eu>

Folks,

Just a gentle reminder the CFP closes on November the 24th.

Thanks,

Ray K

On 17/10/2019 19:36, Ray Kinsella wrote:
> We are pleased to announce the Call for Participation for the FOSDEM
> 2020 Software Defined Networking devroom!
> 
> Important dates:
> 
>  Nov 24th 2019  Submission deadline for talk proposals 
>  Dec 15th 2019  Announcement of the final schedule     
>  Feb 1st 2019   Software Defined Networking devroom    
> 
> Talks covering any projects or technologies within the networking domain
> are welcome, with the only condition being that the project or
> technology must be free and open source. Software Defined Networking
> continues to be an exciting and growing field and FOSDEM gives an
> opportunity to reach a large audience of knowledgeable, highly
> technical, free and open source software activists.
> 
> 
> Topics:
> =======
> 
>   This year the devroom topics will include the following fields.
> 
>    Domain          IoT, Cloud, Enterprise, Service Provider, Wireless and Cellular.                         
>    Physical        low power, mesh, high throughput, low latency, optical, wireless                         
>    Infrastructure  switching, routing, load balancing, translation, authentic, crypto, detection, intercept 
>    Tooling         libraries, frameworks, tracing, debugging, domain specific languages and extensions.     
>    Telemetry       counters & statistics, interference, analysis, automation.                               
>    Validation      performance, latency, packet manipulation & fuzzing, traffic generators.                 
>    Orchestration   management, network-layer plugins and controllers.                                       
> 
>   This year the devroom will focus on cloud infrastructure, and the
>   challenges of scaling and resiliency posed by cloud deployments - what
>   does it take to build a fast and robust cloud native network? What
>   does this mean in the age of edge cloud?
> 
> 
> Suggested Projects:
> ===================
> 
>   A non-exhaustive representative list of the projects and topics we
>   would like to see on the schedule are:
> 
>    Frameworks   DPDK, eBPF, XDP                                                                            
>    Switching    Snabb, OpenvSwitch, Tungsten Fabric, Lagopus, FastClick                                    
>    Stacks       Linux, *BSD, FD.io, F-Stack, DMM, mTCP, Seastar, YAStack                                   
>    Controllers  Istio/Envoy, Network Service Mesh, Neutron, CNI, Canal, ODL, ONOS, Plumgrid, OVN, Contrail 
>    Edge         Akraino, Openness                                                                          
>    Routing      FRRouting, BIRD, Netopeer, Go-BGP                                                          
>    Management   ONAP, Open-O, ManageIQ, Juju, OpenBaton, Tacker, OSM, Ganglia, NetSNMP, PNDA.io            
>    Security     Suricata, Snort, Zeek                                                                      
>    Tooling      VSPerf, CSIT, 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.
> 
> 
> Proposals:
> ==========
> 
>   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.
> 
>   https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM20
> 
>   Please select the "Software Defined Networking" as the *track* and
>   ensure you include the following information when submitting a
>   proposal:
> 
>    Section  Field                   Notes                                                                             
>   --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>    Person   First/Last/Public Name  Your name.                                                                        
>    Person   Abstract                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                 
> 
>   The deadline for submissions is November 24th, 2019. FOSDEM will be
>   held on the weekend of February 1-2, 2020 and the Software Defined
>   Networking devroom will take place on Saturday, February 1, 2020.
> 
>   Please also join the devroom’s mailing list, which is the official
>   communication channel for the devroom:
> 
>   network-devroom@lists.fosdem.org 
>   https://penta.fosdem.org/submission/FOSDEM20 (subscription page)
> 
>   Web version of the CFP is here:
>   http://mdr78.github.io/2019/10/07/fosdem-2020-sdn-devroom-cfp.html
> 
> Steering Committee:
> ===================
> 
>   Ray Kinsella
>   Thomas Monjalon
>   Emma Foley
>   Chris Price
>   Charles Eckel
> 
> 
> 
> 
> _______________________________________________
> FOSDEM mailing list
> FOSDEM@lists.fosdem.org
> https://lists.fosdem.org/listinfo/fosdem
> 

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