It’s Meetup time again!
We are looking at catching up for the Second
Linux Kernel Meetup Bangalore on 16th April 2016(Saturday).
If you are interested in speaking at the meet-up, please
do get in touch with us over the twitter or write to us at
Venue details shall be announced shortly.
Spread the message, Looking forward to meet you all!
The first Bangalore kernel meetup turned out to be really great. We
had close to 50 attendees and it was exciting meeting new and old friends from the community.
The meetup kick-started with presentation on “Contributing to Linux Kernel” by Vaishali Thakkar , which covered intreseting set of topics on how easy it is for anyone to get involved and start contributing to the kernel. Slides can be found here.
After the presentation, it was really nice to see many come forward to share their stories,experiences and the work they were involved in. Aneesh, a kernel contributor had intresting stuff to share plus his work on filesystems and scheduler.
We also had Suparna talk about her current work on Storage front. We had
Sumit from Linaro share stories on Android and their involvment in the
project. We also had many new comers/students who stood up and shared their interest in kenel development.
Yes, this will be a active meetup going forward and we will have regular meetup once every two months.
We are working on setting up a IRC and a mailing list. We shall be announcing this very shortly.
Last but not least, we did like to Thank Red Hat specially Mr Mohan and Ramakrishna for having given us a wonderful venue and facilities.
Also we would like to thank James Morris for his post on the kernel meetup which gave us a much wider coverage. And finally, we would like to thank all of you for having made this first meetup such a fun experience.
We are really excited to let you all know that we have close 70 registrations for the upcoming Linux Kernel Meetup Bangalore. Register quickly if you haven’t. We hope to see you all on the 16th!!.
As announced in the previous post, Vaishali Thakkar will be conducting a work shop on “Contributing to Linux Kernel”. Please do go through the prerequisite and come prepared for the session. The details about setup/tools can be found at here.
We’ll also have some free time post the workshop, If anyone is interested in lightening talks or short presentation do get in touch with us.
We are happy to announce that, with the help of the community and friends,
we have been able to finalize the Venue for Bangalore Kernel Meetup 2016.
Meetup will be held on January 16, 2016 10.30 AM to 1 PM(Saturday)
at Red Hat Office.
- 11th Floor, Tower D, IBC Knowledge Park
- No. 4/1 Bannerghatta Road
- Bangalore 560029
We are also excited to Announce our first Speaker for the event. Vaishali Thakkar will be conducting a work shop on Contributing to Linux Kernel.
If you are interested in conducting a workshop or simply sharing your experience, do ping us. We would love to hear from you.
See you all on the 16th!!
Please note that the Bangalore Kernel Meetup/2016 registration is open.
Also, if you are interested in speaking at the event please do get in touch with us on twitter or you could also write to our newly create group:
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Welcome to Bangalore Linux Kernel Meetup.
As announced here and here, It’s time to catch up.
The Linux Kernel Meet up Bangalore is aimed at catching up with kernel enthusiasts from in and around Bangalore with a deep interest in Linux kernel Development. This is primarily aimed at developers, users and students interested in various kernel topics and contributions.
If interested in kernel craftsmanship, clean code, best code practices, programming, feel free to come and share knowledge.
16th Jan 2016
Anyone with an interest in Linux Kernel.
There is no registration required. The meeting is free of charge.
Since this is will be our first meet up, we may not have presentations this meeting. But if anyone is interested, please do get in touch.
Will be announced shortly.
The meeting is open to anyone interested in Free Software. You do not have to be involved with the Linux Kernel projects in order to attend. Anyone interested in Open Source/Linux kernel is welcome.
If you are interested to show up, feel free to do so.