Linux Kernel Developers' bpfconf 2023
bpfconf is an invitation-only technical workshop run by the Linux
community in order to bring BPF core developers together, to discuss
new ideas and to work out improvements to the BPF subsystem
that will make their way into future mainline kernels and into
the BPF compiler backends.
The conference is purposely kept small with focus on discussion rather than just presentation. Along with the LPC's BPF and Networking Track which is organized and run by the same community, the goal is to allow developers to meet face to face twice per year to exchange and discuss ongoing developments in the BPF ecosystem.
The 2023 bpfconf edition is a three-days conference which is part of the LSF/MM/BPF summit. It is therefore also open to all LSF/MM/BPF attendees.
The following discussion topics have been brought up at this year's bpfconf. In each slot below, there is a short discussion topic with a link to the corresponding slides in case slides have been used as a discussion starter.
Raw (and incomplete) notes for some of the sessions have been collected here.
Group Photo, Attendees
Left to right, back: John Fastabend, Dave Thaler, Daniel Borkmann, Mykola Lysenko, Daniel Rosenberg, David Marchevsky, Yonghong Song, Daniel Xu, Kornilios Kourtis, David Vernet
Left to right, middle: Jiri Olsa, Andrii Nakryiko, Joe Stringer, Anton Protopopov, Martin Lau, Alexei Starovoitov, Aditi Ghag, Paul Lawrence, Hao Luo, Kui-Feng Lee, Quentin Deslandes, Anita Zhang
Left to right, front: Song Liu, Stanislav Fomichev, Steven Rostedt, Manu Bretelle, Daniel Mueller, Sargun Dhillon, Vinay Kulkarni
(Photo by Linux Foundation)
(Photo by Daniel Borkmann)