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Re: RFC - Discovering Linux kernel subsystems used by a workload

Shuah Khan
 

Please see inline.

On 8/5/22 11:22 AM, Jonathan Moore wrote:
Very interesting and some good information about the tools available thank you.
Have you any given any thought or do you have information that supports the variety of the measurements? ie do the results actually match what is going on?
The goal is to get insight into system calls and ioctls invoked
by a workload. Results do match the system activity for that
workload. Running streace on "ls" command will tell you the system
activity for that command.

How do we verify that? Are the results between tools generally in agreement or are some results tuned for different workloads? Does the point in time of measurement make a difference? Can peak load eg during application startup up be differentiated from a low demand mode? What instances have you seen where the reports are low or too high eg situations when the reported measurements exceed the actual available etc.? What effect does measuring have on the system/task being measured? Can these measurements be made at the same time as high stress workloads without impacting the workload? How does one deal with Nyquist? When a task is zombie/dead/lost do the measurements indicate this and how quickly? Do you have a set of 'test' loads to explore all of this?
The only tool we are using here is strace and the same tool is used on 3
workloads. Results are not tuned for a workload.

Please keep in mind, the goal here is understanding the system footprint
for a workload. It isn't goal to see how a workload behaves under varying
loads.

The goal is to give tool and process to system integrators to follow to
get insight into their workloads. This information can then be used to
develop a plan for gathering evidence for certification.

Hope this helps understand the goals of this work.

thanks,
-- Shuah


Re: RFC - Discovering Linux kernel subsystems used by a workload

Jonathan Moore
 

Very interesting and some good information about the tools available thank you. 

Have you any given any thought or do you have information that supports the variety of the measurements? ie do the results actually match what is going on? How do we verify that? Are the results between tools generally in agreement or are some results tuned for different workloads? Does the point in time of measurement make a difference? Can peak load eg during application startup up be differentiated from a low demand mode? What instances have you seen where the reports are low or too high eg situations when the reported measurements exceed the actual available etc.? What effect does measuring have on the system/task being measured? Can these measurements be made at the same time as high stress workloads without impacting the workload? How does one deal with Nyquist? When a task is zombie/dead/lost do the measurements indicate this and how quickly? Do you have a set of 'test' loads to explore all of this?

That might be enough questions for now. :-)

Jonathan


On Wed, Aug 3, 2022, 12:55 PM Shuah Khan <skhan@...> wrote:
All,

Please review the document that outlines the process to get
insight into the resources used by a workload.

Shefali Sharma and I identified a process for gathering fine
grained information about system resources necessary to run a
generic workloads on Linux.

This process can then be applied to any workload including
individual commands and important use-cases in that workload.
As an example, what subsystems are used when a user queries the
insulin pump status when OpenAPS workload in running.

In addition this process can be used by System Integrators to gain
insight into the resources used by their workloads.

Please review and give us feedback. Once this review is complete, we
will upload the document to github.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OgbTDFdrWtQTCYoRwNIZMQPhGhnHbyughLXrLfiaTi4/edit#

thanks,
-- Shuah & Shefali







RFC - Discovering Linux kernel subsystems used by a workload

Shuah Khan
 

All,

Please review the document that outlines the process to get
insight into the resources used by a workload.

Shefali Sharma and I identified a process for gathering fine
grained information about system resources necessary to run a
generic workloads on Linux.

This process can then be applied to any workload including
individual commands and important use-cases in that workload.
As an example, what subsystems are used when a user queries the
insulin pump status when OpenAPS workload in running.

In addition this process can be used by System Integrators to gain
insight into the resources used by their workloads.

Please review and give us feedback. Once this review is complete, we
will upload the document to github.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OgbTDFdrWtQTCYoRwNIZMQPhGhnHbyughLXrLfiaTi4/edit#

thanks,
-- Shuah & Shefali


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Analysis of eBPF for safety use case

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressjbi.octave@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Analysis of eBPF for safety use case
AbstractAnalysis of eBPF for safety use case

I will be presenting the work I am doing as part of the LXF/ELISA Mentorship Program.
The program is focused on ebpf and xdp.
On one hand, eBPF is a kernel mechanism that provides a sandboxed runtime environment in the Linux kernel without changing kernel source code or loading kernel modules.
eBPF programs can be attached to various kernel subsystems, including networking, tracing and Linux security modules (LSM).
on the other, eXpress Data Path (xdp) is a technology that enables high performance data communication, bypassing most of the operating system networking stack using eBPF.
I will present an analysis of eBPF for safety, focusing on xdp, and demonstrate how these can be used for safety.
In the process I built or showcase eBPF /xdp tools that do and count how many packets have been accepted, rejected or redirected and how this can be used for tracing.
After this presentation, we hope that system administrators and programmers will consider using this technology to improve on software safety.
Audience BackgroundNew to Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?UK - BST (+1)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameJules Irenge
Primary Speaker Job TitleMentee
Primary Speaker CompanyLinux Foundation Mentorship program
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?Yes
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameElana Coperman
Co­-Speaker CompanyMobile Eye
Co-Speaker EmailElana.Copperman@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Woman
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Trusted Execution Inside Secure Enclaves

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressisiloz@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Trusted Execution Inside Secure Enclaves
AbstractTrusted Execution Environments (TEE), which are hardware-implemented encryption technologies, ensure that applications work in an encrypted and secure way by protecting them from the operating system or other programs. While the sensitive data and code are stored inside private regions of enclave memory, unauthorized entities cannot modify them.
In this talk, we will give basics about enclave memories and their usage scenarios. We will talk about open-source projects on Intel SGX technology and our experience in our ELISA mentorship program. We will relate safety issues with security aspects and mention about the impact of secure enclave implementations for safety-critical systems.
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Safety
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Israel - IDT (+3)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameIşıl Öz
Primary Speaker Job TitleAssistant Professor
Primary Speaker CompanyIzmir Institute of Technology
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameElana Copperman
Co­-Speaker Job TitleSenior Security Architect
Co­-Speaker CompanyMobileye
Co-Speaker EmailElana.Copperman@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Woman
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Trusted Execution Inside Secure Enclaves

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressisiloz@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Trusted Execution Inside Secure Enclaves
AbstractTrusted Execution Environments (TEE), which are hardware-implemented encryption technologies, ensure that applications work in an encrypted and secure way by protecting them from the operating system or other programs. While the sensitive data and code are stored inside private regions of enclave memory, unauthorized entities cannot modify them.
In this talk, I will give basics about enclave memories and their usage scenarios. I will talk about open-source projects and our experience on Intel SGX technology. I will relate safety issues with security aspects and mention about the impact of secure enclave implementations for safety-critical systems.
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Safety
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Israel - IDT (+3)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameIşıl Öz
Primary Speaker Job TitleAssistant Professor
Primary Speaker CompanyIzmir Institute of Technology
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Safety Architecture WG update and future plans

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressgpaoloni@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Safety Architecture WG update and future plans
AbstractProvide an update of the safety architecture wg activities, including the Kernel STPA analysis in the context of the Telltale use case, and an overview of the goals for the next quarter
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
Somewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
Experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CEST (+2)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameGabriele Paoloni
Primary Speaker Job TitleSr Principal Engineer (FuSa Software)
Primary Speaker CompanyRed Hat
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Kernel Tracing

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addresssshefali021@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Kernel Tracing
AbstractI will be presenting the work I did during my ELISA Mentorship Program. From the session, the attendees will learn to leverage tools like strace and perf to gain deeper insights into their systems.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
New to Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Israel - IDT (+3)
Germany - CEST (+2)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameShefali Sharma
Primary Speaker Job TitleStudent and LFX Mentee
Primary Speaker CompanyELISA Mentee (Student at Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, India)
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?Yes
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Welcome/Strategy

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressskhan@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Welcome/Strategy
AbstractWorkshop kickoff welcome session. Kate and Shuah will give an overview of ELISA project and Technical Strategy. This session is intended as an introductory session for new comers and ELISA members that aren't regular participants in the Working Groups.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
Somewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
Experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Central US - CDT (-5)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameShuah Khan
Primary Speaker Job TitleKernel Maintainer & Linux Fellow
Primary Speaker CompanyThe Linux Foundation
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?Yes
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameKate Stewart
Co­-Speaker Job TitleVP, Dependable Embedded Systems
Co­-Speaker CompanyThe Linux Foundation
Co-Speaker Emailkstewart@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Woman
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Medical Devices Working Group Update

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addresskstewart@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Medical Devices Working Group Update
AbstractApplying STPA analysis to OpenAPS project, has resulted in several iterations of our analysis as we continue to refine the model. At this point we’ve got a pretty solid level 2 analysis, and are progressing on to level 3, where we’re working with the kernel interfaces. This has required us to come up with a methodology on how we trace the components of the linux kernel, and map it to interfaces.
In this session, our progress to date will be discussed, as well as some of the lessons learned and areas where we could use some help. The deliverables being worked on for the next quarter will be previewed as well.
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Safety
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?UK - BST (+1)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameKate Stewart
Primary Speaker Job TitleVP Dependable Embedded Systems
Primary Speaker CompanyThe Linux Foundation
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameMilan Lakhani
Co­-Speaker CompanyCodeThink
Co-Speaker Emailmilan.lakhani@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Man
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Effectiveness of memory access error detection of KFENCE and KASAN

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressgpaoloni@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Effectiveness of memory access error detection of KFENCE and KASAN
AbstractIn this speech we present how well KASAN as well as KFENCE with variation of configuration options detect different types of memory access errors.
This can be used to assess the suitability of these memory access sanitizers for the safety argumentation.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CEST (+2)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NamePriyanka Verma
Primary Speaker Job TitleSr SW Quality Engineer
Primary Speaker CompanyRed Hat
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameDennis Brendel
Co­-Speaker Job TitleSr SW Quality Engineer
Co­-Speaker CompanyRed Hat
Co-Speaker Emaildbrendel@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Man
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Generation of static architecture diagrams for specific Kernel images

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressacarmina@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Generation of static architecture diagrams for specific Kernel images
AbstractIn this speech, we present how we generated a static architecture diagram of the Kernel based on radare2 (https://github.com/radareorg/radare2). The diagram is specific to a compiled Kernel configuration and can be used to support safety analyses
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CEST (+2)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameAlessandro Carminati
Primary Speaker Job TitleSenior Software Engineer
Primary Speaker CompanyRed Hat
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameMaurizio Papini
Co­-Speaker Job TitleSenior Software Engineer
Co­-Speaker CompanyRed Hat
Co-Speaker Emailmpapini@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Man
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Useful Techniques for Qualifying a Linux distro for ASIL-B

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressrasibley@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length60 minutes (includes 10 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Useful Techniques for Qualifying a Linux distro for ASIL-B
AbstractThis talk will cover software testing techniques used by Red Hat to ensure a safe linux distribution targeting ASIL-B consumption. It will include traceability against requirements based coverage, code coverage approaches/frameworks to implement statement, branch, and function coverage analysis. In addition, characteristics of packages under test; instrumentation techniques, modifications for tests, and tests chosen based on the overall contribution to the coverage ratio including upstream testsuites.
Pablo Martin pablmart@... is co-presenting
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
Somewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
Experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?UK - BST (+1)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameRachel Sibley
Primary Speaker Job TitleSenior Principal Software Quality Engineer
Primary Speaker CompanyRed Hat
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NamePablo Martin
Co­-Speaker Job TitleSenior Software Quality Engineer
Co­-Speaker CompanyRed Hat
Co-Speaker Emailpablmart@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Man
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - OSEP WG update and future plans

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addresspaul.albertella@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea OSEP WG update and future plans
AbstractProvide an update on the work of the OSEP working group, including the proposal of an 'ELISA Safety Studies Framework', which aims to establish and document a common framework (background, motivations, terminology and assumptions) for the published results of all working groups.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
Somewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
What timezone do you prefer to present in?UK - BST (+1)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NamePaul Albertella
Primary Speaker Job TitleConsultant
Primary Speaker CompanyCodethink
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - AUTOSAR adaptive applications in Rust

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addresschristof.petig@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea AUTOSAR adaptive applications in Rust
AbstractIntroduction to AUTOSAR adaptive, benefits of Rust wrt FuSa, presenting specific techniques for Rust C++ interaction within AUTOSAR adaptive, outlook towards Rust for AUTOSAR classic.
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Israel - IDT (+3)
Germany - CEST (+2)
UK - BST (+1)
Central US - CDT (-5)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameChristof Petig
Primary Speaker Job TitleAdvanced Software Developer
Primary Speaker CompanyAptiv Services Deutschland GmbH
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?Yes
Additional Speaker
Co­-Speaker Full NameHuzaifa Saadat
Co­-Speaker Job TitleAUTOSAR expert
Co­-Speaker CompanyALTEN GmbH
Co-Speaker Emailhuzaifa.saadat@...
What gender does the co-speaker identify with?Man
Does the co-speaker identify as a person of color?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


Reminder: Submit a talk for the ELISA Summit

Maemalynn Meanor
 

Hi All:

Thank you to everyone that submitted your talks for the ELISA Summit, happening virtually on Sept. 7-9. The ELISA Summit will offer an introductory overview, in-depth content, emerging trends, and hot topics in using open source software in safety-critical applications.

The deadline to submit a speaking proposal is July 31. Please submit your talk here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetrBvYNfFj99ZVGy9pVzxLO54OKZ1mP8_HXydPuJoLkaB4mw/viewform

This event is open to any and all who are involved or interested in defining, using, or learning about common elements, processes, and tools that can be incorporated into Linux-based, safety-critical systems amenable to safety certification. Please let us know if you have any questions. 

Thanks,
Mae

Maemalynn Meanor
Senior PR & Marketing Manager
The Linux Foundation 
ELISA, Open Mainframe Project, Zephyr Project
(602) 541-0356
@Maemalynn






ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Systems WG - Status and Roadmap

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressphilipp.ahmann@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Systems WG - Status and Roadmap
AbstractBased on the proposal during the last ELISA virtual workshop, a new Systems Working Group was started within ELISA. This session will inform about the first activities and the things to come next. It also provides a rough roadmap towards the beginning of 2023 and a first sketch on how the group can evolve over the next years.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
New to Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CEST (+2)
UK - BST (+1)
Central US - CDT (-5)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NamePhilipp Ahmann
Primary Speaker Job TitleProduct Manager
Primary Speaker CompanyRobert Bosch GmbH
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Automotive WG - Telltales an evolution use case towards ADAS?!

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addressphilipp.ahmann@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Automotive WG - Telltales an evolution use case towards ADAS?!
AbstractThis session will explain why the Automotive Working Group has selected the telltale use. The benefits of the use case are illustrated. The fit to other use cases is provided and the use case is put into relation to other automotive use cases like ADAS.
Audience BackgroundSomewhat experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CEST (+2)
UK - BST (+1)
Central US - CDT (-5)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NamePhilipp Ahmann
Primary Speaker Job TitleProduct Manager
Primary Speaker CompanyRobert Bosch GmbH
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Man
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


ELISA Summit 2022 CFP Submission - Linux Features for Safety Critical Systems WG Overview

Evi Harmon
 

New submission to the ELISA Summit 2022 CFP. Please find below the details.



Email addresselana.copperman@...
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Linux Features for Safety Critical Systems WG Overview
AbstractTo present WG mission statement, current focus and activities, and plans for the future.
Audience BackgroundNew to Safety
Somewhat experienced with Safety
Experienced with Safety
New to Linux Kernel
Somewhat experienced with Linux Kernel
Experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Israel - IDT (+3)
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameElana Copperman
Primary Speaker Job TitleSystem Software Architect
Primary Speaker CompanyMobileye
What gender does the primary speaker identify with?Woman
Does the primary speaker identify as a person of color?No
Is there a co-speaker?No
Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the Linux Foundation Code of Conduct.Yes


TSC Meeting Agenda - July 27 2022

Shuah Khan
 

All,

Please see the agenda below for our TSC meeting tomorrow. Please reach
out if you have any agenda items to add.

- Get aligned on Manchester in-person Workshop Topics
- Discuss how to better organize/publish and share WG results (github, blogs etc.)
- WG roundtable

thanks,
-- Shuah

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