Boston Linux Power Management Mini-summit - August 9th, 2010
From: Len Brown
Date: Thu Jun 24 2010 - 16:13:59 EST
The Linux Foundation is graciously providing facilities for our
2010 Linux Power Management Mini-Summit at LinuxCon Boston.
This is an opportunity for members of the Linux Power Management
development community to meet face-to-face to discuss the future.
We will meet on Monday, August 9th at LinuxCon Boston.
I'd like to get started by 9am, if we can.
This forum is open to any registered attendee at LinuxCon.
However, we will be limited to about 20 or so seats.
I'd like to get an idea of how many people will attend,
as well as to get a list of topics on the table.
The attendees will form the final agenda at the start
of the session.
So please let me know if you'd like to attend,
and cc: linux-pm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
with the topics that you'd like to discuss
(or have somebody else discuss:-)
While this is a discussion-centered forum,
presentations are permitted to help guide discussion.
There will be no recording or audio bridge,
however written minutes will be published as in previous years:
(If you have feedback on last year's meeting that
we can use to improve this year's, please let me know.)
Len Brown, Intel Open Source Technology Center
ps. A few have confirmed their attendance
and suggested agenda topics already:
Runtime Power Management in the USB and SCSI Subsystems
Rafael J. Wysocki
Review what has transpired on linux-pm since last mini-summit
ARM CPU power management and Linux power
management frameworks for ARM based platforms in general.
kernel-userspace PM interfaces, etg performance policy proposal
The new runtime PM framework
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