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Subject[CFP] Linux Storage, Filesystem and Memory Management Summit 2013

The annual Linux Storage, Filesystem and Memory Management Summit for
2013 will be held on April 18th and 19th following the Linux Foundation
Collaboration Summit at Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco, CA:

We'd therefore like to issue a call for agenda proposals that are
suitable for cross-track discussion as well as more technical subjects
for discussion in the breakout sessions.

1) Suggestions for agenda topics should be sent before February 8th
2013 to:

and optionally cc the Linux list which would be most interested in it:


Please remember to tag your subject with [LSF/MM TOPIC] to make it
easier to track. Agenda topics and attendees will be selected by the
program committee, but the final agenda will be formed by consensus of
the attendees on the day.

We'll try to cap attendance at around 25-30 per track to facilitate
discussions although the final numbers will depend on the room sizes at
the venue.

2) Requests to attend the summit should be sent to:

Please summarize what expertise you will bring to the meeting, and what
you'd like to discuss. please also tag your email with [ATTEND] so
there's less chance of it getting lost in the large mail pile.

Presentations are allowed to guide discussion, but are strongly
discouraged. There will be no recording or audio bridge. However,
written minutes will be published as in previous years:





Prior years:

3) If you have feedback on last year's meeting that we can use to
improve this year's, please also send that to:

Thank you on behalf of the program committee:

Martin K. Petersen
Jens Axboe
James Bottomley

Ric Wheeler
Christoph Hellwig
Jaegeuk Kim
Jeffrey Layton
Tao Ma
Chris Mason
Trond Myklebust
Eric Sandeen
Theodore Ts'o
Sage Weil

Rik van Riel
Mel Gorman
Ying Han

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