Linux Kernel Developers'
Netconf 2010

Netconf is the annual summit of the Linux network developers. This conference is invitation-only for the the main maintainers and developers of the Linux networking subsystem. It provides a rare opportunity for developers to meet face-to-face and discuss issues usually only discussed over email.

This year Netconf will be held in conjunction with Linux Plumbers Conference.


Hyatt, Cambridge, Massachusets USA
Room: Paul Revere A
November 3 (Wed)
Attendees: (by invitation only)
  • Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo
  • David S. Miller
  • Ben Hutchings
  • Soyoung Park
  • Herbert Xu
  • Neil Horman
  • Jeff Kirsher
  • Jesse Brandeburg
  • Stephen Hemminger
  • Thomas Graf
  • Tom Herbert
  • John Linville
  • Johannes Berg
  • David S. Miller
  • Special thanks to Angela Brown at Linux Foundation


Wednesday Nov 3, 2010
Speaker Topics Materials
N/A Welcome and Introductions N/A
David S. Miller Netfilter Workshop 2010 summary slides
Arnaldo Carvalho de Melo perf scripting and tcp_probe.c slides
Herbert Xu Scalability slides
Thomas Graf libnl 'tc' interface and bison based ematch parser slides
Johannes Berg mac80211 usage of multiqueue N/A
David S. Miller Core Networking Futures slides
Ben Hutchings RFS hardware acceleration N/A
Neil Horman netpoll issues slides
Tom Herbert Scalability slides
Jeff Kirsher drivers/net/ layout proposals slides
Johannes Berg mac80211 skb copy avoidance N/A
Stephen Hemminger network driver interface pain points and issues slides