Re: ELISA Workshop #6 Proposal - Kernel configurations for safety critical applications


elana.copperman@...
 

- Topic idea:  To introduce our taxonomy for kernel configurations for safety, and to agree on a set of criteiria for existing and/or new configurations which can support qualification of a Linux kernel image for use in 
safety critical applications
- What you hope to accomplish in the session:  To bring together Linux users who are familiar with existing kernel configurations and features for an in-depth discussion on specific features and options.  Some examples:
  • Memory protection (kernel memory, heap, stack)
  • Timing and execution in concurrent programs
- Any critical participants needed for the discussion - Shauah, Elana

- Estimated time needed the sessions:  short (30 min),  medium(60),
   long(90), extra-long(120 or more) - Extra long (workshop), 2 hours

We should decide if the content is mature enough to add a link (open to all for viewing only) to the current spreadsheet draft.

Elana


From: devel@... <devel@...> on behalf of Shuah Khan <skhan@...>
Sent: Friday, November 20, 2020 1:18 AM
To: devel@... <devel@...>
Cc: Shuah Khan <skhan@...>
Subject: [ELISA Technical Community] ELISA Workshop #6 Call for Topics and Sessions
 
All,

Yes it is time to prepare for ELISA Workshop #6 towards the end of
January or early February. With a just a few weeks left this year,
I am getting started early with this call for topics.

Possible dates for the conference: (without conflicting LCA & FOSDEM)
Jan 26-28th or Feb 2-4 2021 - a doodle poll will be sent out soon to
make a final call.

If you have an area of interest you want to see discussed in the ELISA
Workshop #6, please send to this email list, with the subject "Workshop
#6 Proposal - <your topic idea>".

In the body of the email,  please include:
- Topic idea
- What you hope to accomplish in the session
- Any critical participants needed for the discussion
- Estimated time needed the sessions:  short (30 min),  medium(60),
   long(90), extra-long(120 or more)

Sessions can include Presentations, Technical Discussion Groups,
Planning Discussions, Tutorials or Dedicated Working Sessions. Working
Sessions are intended to only work on shared piece of work, a session
to write together on a document or some piece of code, try out some tool
together etc. (but no presentation).

thanks,
-- Shuah





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