* [dpdk-dev] FOSDEM 2021 CFP (Final Reminder)
@ 2020-12-15 14:21 Kinsella, Ray
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From: Kinsella, Ray @ 2020-12-15 14:21 UTC (permalink / raw)
To: fosdem, network-devroom, dpdk-dev, vpp-dev, csit-dev
This is the final reminder for the FOSDEM 2021 SDN devroom. The CFP closes at the end of this week. Details on how to submit a proposal are described in the CFP below.
A small clarification on the original CFP is that the devroom will take place online on Sunday 7th February.
We hope to see you there.
The FOSDEM SDN Devroom Team
We are pleased to announce the Call for Participation for the FOSDEM
2021 Software Defined Networking devroom! FOSDEM is a free event for
software developers to meet, share ideas and collaborate.
- FOSDEM is free to attend. There is no registration.
- FOSDEM website: http://www.fosdem.org/
- FOSDEM code of conduct: https://fosdem.org/2021/practical/conduct/
Please forward this CFP to anyone you think may be interested in attending or presenting.
New rules / what changes since last year
For obvious reasons, this year the event will not take place in a
physical location but online.
- The reference time will be Brussels local lime (CET).
- Talks will be pre-recorded in advance, and streamed during the event
- Q/A session will be live
- A facility will be provided for people watching to chat between
- A facility will be provided for people watching to submit questions
- Clearly the venue will be more comfortable this year, please don't
expect this level of service every year!
20th Dec Submission deadline
24th Dec Announcement of selected talks
15th Jan Presentations upload deadline
6th & 7th Feb Conference dates (online)
Sun 7th Feb SDN devroom date (online)
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. The SDN devroom team are
asking contributors to make a special effort to attend, present,
contribute and discuss at this years FOSDEM. Please accept our
apologies for the relative lateness of this CFP, there is a huge
amount of work going on behind the scenes to make this years FOSDEM
If it moves network packets, or interacts with, or supervises entities
that moves network packets, it is likely a topic the devroom is
interested in. This year the devroom topics will include the following
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.
A /non-exhaustive/ representative list of the projects and topics we
would love 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
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 "Software Defined Networking" as the *track* and
ensure you include the following information when submitting a
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 December 20th, 2020. FOSDEM will be
held on the weekend of February 6-7, 2021 and the Software Defined
Networking devroom will take place on Sunday, February 7, 2021.
Please also join the devroom’s mailing list, which is the official
communication channel for the devroom:
firstname.lastname@example.org (subscription page)
As usual, mostly due to time limitations I am reaching out to my
regular contact list with mailchimp. I entirely understand if you do
not wish to be reached in this way. If this is case please send me a
note at email@example.com, and I will remove you from the distribution.
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