OpenZFS Developer Summit
Thanks to the 2015 Beer Bash and Platinum sponsors for their support!
Keep an eye on this page for when registration for the 2015 Summit opens.
- There will be no registration deadline - once open, the registration will remain open until capacity is reached.
- Registration will be $50 per attendee. If your company is a sponsor (as listed below), you may be eligible for a free registration. Please contact admin at open-zfs dot org once registration opens if that is the case. Speakers will also receive free registration.
All attendees are expected to contribute/participate. Your ideas and questions are what make the event exciting!
If you want to give a talk, submit a proposal via email to admin at open-zfs dot org by Aug 31, 2015. The proposal should be a 1-2 paragraph abstract. Matt will review all of the submissions and select talks that will be most interesting for the audience. We will notify the submitters about the result, and the presentation details will be posted on the site. The registration fee will be waived for speakers.
|Aug 31, 2015||All abstract/proposals submitted to admin at open-zfs dot org|
|Sept 14, 2015||Matt will notify all submitters about the disposition of their proposal|
|Oct 12, 2015||Agenda finalized|
|Oct 19 - 20, 2015||OpenZFS Developer Summit|
Thanks to our sponsors who have already committed to sponsoring the 2015 event:
This can be you!
Sponsorship opportunities and benefits
The full details of the monetary sponsorship options and the associated rewards can be viewed in the sponsorship plan.
All of our sponsors have an opportunity to be known as a OpenZFS supporter in a very talented and influential community.
Please send email to admin at open-zfs dot org if you would like to sponsor the event.
Other ways to sponsor
If you are interested in supporting the event through non-monetary means, we would be happy to match the sponsorship packages to the effort.
- Video record and stream the presentations
- Design and create conference badges
- Photograph the event
- Help with setup/administrative tasks related to the conference
Thanks to our generous sponsors for their help:
- Hackathon prizes - Thank you Nexenta!
- Conference t-shirt design - Thank you Aaron Holding!
The goals of the hackathon are:
- to get people working with ZFS engineers from outside their normal circles
- to start work on some of the projects we'd like to accomplish
Therefore, we should plan to work in small teams of 2-3 engineers. The team members could be pair-programming, splitting up the work into discrete tasks for each person, or advising / implementing.
Add your idea and your name below. Be prepared to explain your idea at the beginning of the hackathon and enlist/entice others to help with it.
The event will be in downtown San Francisco.
The specific location will be publicized on this page in late August / early September.
We will finalize the schedule after the talks are selected, but the rough schedule will be:
|Sunday, October 18, 2015||~6:30pm||Optional dinner (location: TBD)|
|Monday, October 19, 2015||8:30am - 9:00am||Breakfast/Registration|
|9:00am - noon||Presentations|
|noon - 1pm||Lunch|
|1pm - 5:45pm||Presentations|
|5:45 - 6:00pm||Closing remarks|
|6:30||Beer bash & casual dinner at conference venue|
|Tuesday, October 20, 2015||9:00am - 5:00pm||Hackathon|
|5:00 - 5:45pm||Hackathon presentations|
|6:00pm||Optional dinner (location: TBD)|
Note that the optional, off-site dinners on Sunday and Tuesday are at your own expense.
OpenZFS Developer Summit is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference at the discretion of the conference organizers.
For information about last year's event, see the OpenZFS Developer Summit 2014 page.