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SubjectRe: [LPC 2019] Power Management and Thermal Control MC: Call for topics
On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 12:48 PM Rafael J. Wysocki <rafael@kernel.org> wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> Now that the PM+Thermal MC has been officially announced
>
> https://linuxplumbersconf.org/event/4/page/34-accepted-microconferences#pm-tc
>
> everyone interested in the problem space in question and having a
> topic for discussion is kindly requested to submit a topic proposal
> for that MC via the LPC web site:
>
> https://linuxplumbersconf.org/event/4/abstracts/
>
> To do that (after following the link above):
>
> 1. "Press" the "Submit new proposal" button.
> 2. Log in to the LPC CFP system (* see below in case you don't want to
> create an account).
> 3. Put a one line title of your topic into the "Title" field.
> 4. Put your abstract into the "Content" field (please keep the
> abstracts concise).
> 5. Add yourself as the author (there may be multiple authors, in which
> case add all of them).
> 6. In the "Comments" field say how much time the topic is expected to take.
> 7. Choose "Power Management and Thermal Control MC topic" in the
> "Track" selection.
> 8. Answer "Yes" to the anti-harassment policy compliance confirmation.
> 9. "Press" the "Submit" button.
>
> * In case you don't have an account in the LPC web site and you don't
> want to create one, you can send the topic title and abstract to me,
> and I will put the proposal into the LPC CFP system for you. Still,
> please do consider adding an LPC account and following the steps above
> yourself.
>
> Please note that the most relevant topics are those aimed at solving
> specific problems in the Linux "plumbing" area: the kernel, libraries,
> system management tools etc.

This is a reminder for everyone possibly interested that today is the
last day to submit MC topics for LPC 2019.

Thanks,
Rafael

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