演讲提案征集

Call for Proposals

上海世博中心 Shanghai Expo Centre | 中国上海 Shanghai, China

为 2019 年中国开源峰会提交演讲提案

2019 年 6 月 24 至 26 日
上海世博展览馆
中国上海

在中国开源峰会上,与会者将共同合作及共享信息,了解最新和最有趣的开源技术,包括 Linux、容器、云技术、网络、微服务等;并获得如何在开源社区中导向和引领的信息。

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Submit a speaking proposal for Open Source Summit China 2019

June 24-26, 2019
Shanghai Expo Centre
Shanghai, China

At Open Source Summit China, attendees can expect to collaborate, share information and learn about the newest and most interesting open source technologies, including Linux, containers, cloud technologies, networking, microservices and more; in addition to gaining insight into how to navigate and lead in the open source community.

Please click the button below to get started and read the information in each tab on this page for important details on the submission process.

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峰会日期

大会日期:

  • 提案征集开放日期:2019 年 1 月 9 日
  • 提案征集截止日期:太平洋标准时间 2 月 15 日,星期五,晚上 11:59
  • 提案征集通知日期:2019 年 4 月 1 日
  • 会议日程通告日期:2019 年 4 月 3 日
  • 幻灯片提交截止日期:6 月 17 日,星期一
  • 会议活动举办日期:2019 年 6 月 24 至 26 日

 

建议的方向和主题

建议的方向和主题

**必须以英文提交申请,一旦您的演讲申请通过后,可以用中文或英文进行演讲。**

开源安全保障

  • 实时/保障/安全性
  • 在产品中部署操作系统时需要了解的重要事项

合规自动化和工具

物联网

云基础架构与自动化

  • DevOps
    • 连续集成/连续交付
    • 配置管理
    • 精益 IT
    • 以云速度移动
  • 容器
  • 监视
  • 虚拟化

AI/ML/DL

  • 机器学习(框架、库、平台、算法、工具包,系统等)。
  • 深度学习(框架、库等。)
  • 模型(创作、表现、培训、学习,市场)
  • AI 伦理、公平、人权(原则、最佳做法、工具包,库等。)
  • 工作流管理
  • 流式处理
  • 管道管理

Linux 系统

  • 嵌入式和移动系统(手机和平板电脑、汽车和自动驾驶、Yocto,可穿戴设备)
  • 文件系统和存储(长期归档、客户端-服务器文件系统、压缩、重复数据消除、分布式存储,NVMe 等)。
  • Linux 内核开发
  • 任务关键型、实时操作系统,实时和长寿命系统;保障和安全
  • KVM
  • 强化和安全性、扩展和性能调整、新功能、测试、资源管理和调度,Virtio 和 Vhost、高可用性和实时迁移、管理 KVM:Libvirt、OpenStack,oVirt 等,存储:Ceph、Gluster,SPDK 等。
  • 物联网与 M2M
  • 物联网操作系统、物联网和安全/认知/人工智能、物联网平台/框架和中间件、物联网系统中的架构互操作性、实践状态、体验报告、工业实验和物联网案例研究,物联网仿真技术和工具

开放式网络和边缘计算

  • 开放网络中的热门话题
    • 5G,O-RAN 和接入技术、下一代传输和软件定义的光学技术、全球电信核心开源网络堆栈(自动化/零接触)编排/MANO,控制
    • 混合云/本地、开放网络的操作和部署、新一代 OSS/BSS 和新一代工作负载、数据中心网络、软件定义的应用和 Cloud Foundry/应用开发、现代商业应用对 IT 的要求,数字化转型
  • 开放创新的世界和对网络的影响
    • 技术:区块链、AI/ML、基于意图 (Intent-based)、数据共享、硅/硬件等;架构:创新、趋势、业务和流程创新;标准 (SDO) 和开源软件;开放硬件和开放软件安全性
  • 新边缘
    • 互联设备、物联网、边缘云、电信、企业,云/OTT
    • 开源项目和边缘(互联汽车/汽车级 Linux、CNCF/边缘云,边缘和 AI/ML/DL…)
    • 面向电信的边缘云
  • 云原生网络(适用于运营商和企业)
    • VNF-> CNF(虚拟网络功能到云原生网络功能);容器演变和云网络接口;CNCF/Kubernetes 和电信(服务网格、云联 CI,扩展);企业应用程序、扩展——公共、私有和解决问题—余下的挑战

项目重点

  • 分享一系列开源项目的最新发展和最佳实践,包括:超级分类帐和区块链。Zephyr、Ceph,SPDX 等。

开源领导、战略和管理

  • 开源开发的最佳实践/经验教训——贡献政策、推广开源项目、开源最佳实践、开源项目办公室案例研究和成功案例,标准和开源
  • 项目社区成长和维持——解决安全问题的协作模型,理解项目健康的度量标准
  • 自动化合规性——在开放社区中使用商标,与监管机构/监管行业合作,与政府在操作系统上合作,如何将 SPDX 标识符纳入项目,法律 + 合规性,许可 + 专利,上游和下游的成功工作
  • 认证开源项目——安全、保障、导出,开源与开放管理
  • 企业领导力——培养开源领导力、如何运营依赖开源的企业、如何成功投资项目、管理竞争的企业利益,同时推动一致的社区,开源和创新者货币化的困境

会议类型

会议类型

提交演讲提案时,您需要选择会议类型:

  • 会议演讲——通常时间长度为 30-40 分钟
  • 小组座谈——通常时间长度为 30-40 分钟。同样,所有小组成员的姓名都必须包括在提交的材料中,我们将不接受所有成员均为男性的小组。
  • 专题讨论小组——通常为 40-50 分钟,在晚间举行
  • 快闪演讲——通常为 5-10 分钟
  • 研讨会或实验室——通常为 2-4 小时
  • 教程——通常为 1-2 小时

摘要

  • 您可把握此次机会向项目委员会 *推销* 您的演讲,为此请尽量强调您在演讲中会提及的问题/贡献/工作。技术细节不容忽视,但是您所提出的相关性将在遴选过程中为计划委员会提供帮助。
  • 这一摘要将被发布在网站活动安排中,请确保摘要内容为完整句子(而不仅是要点提要),并且用第三人称叙述(用您的姓名,而不是“我”)。

举例:

内核天气报告(Jon Corbet,LWN.net)—— Linux 内核是任何 Linux 系统的核心;最终,内核的性能和功能会对系统的整体运行构成一个上限。演讲中,Jon Corbet 将回顾内核开发社区的近期活动,讨论内核现状、面临的挑战、展望未来以及如何应对挑战。

观众——描述目标受众,以及您希望他们从您的演讲中取得的收获。

示例:

内核天气报告(Jon Corbet,LWN.net)——观众为对 Linux 内核开发感兴趣的任何人。与会者可以期待即将发布的内核版本的详细更新,包括最近的版本历史、突出的功能、活跃的雇主统计数据等。

为何观众应该出席和/或关心——告诉我们为何观众应该关心您的提案和/或为何他们应出席会议(请限制在 3 个要点以内)。

这个问题可能很难完整回答,但您对提案的摘要、演讲的相关性都和演讲内容一样重要。

举例:1.本演示将帮助现有和新的内核开发人员更好地理解 Linux 内核 2 的状态。希望这会鼓励他们和他们所在的公司更多地参与上游内核开发。

经验级别——选择应该参加本次会议的人员的经验级别(初学者、中级、高级,任意)。

交通费资助 + 演讲通行证

交通费资助 + 演讲通行证

如果您需要申请交通费资助,请填写 CFP 提交表单底部的交通费资助申请。只有演讲申请通过的演讲者才会被考虑提供旅行资助。

所有准入演讲者将会免费获得一张会议通行证。关于小组讨论,所有小组成员将会免费获得一张会议通行证。最多 4 名讨论组成员与 1 名主持人。

重要说明

重要说明

  • 所有演讲者都必须遵守行为守则。我们亦强烈建议,演讲者参加在线的包容性辅导课程
  • 小组讨论必须在初次提交材料中包含所有拟考虑的参与者姓名。此外,为了增加演讲者的多样性,Linux 基金会不接受全部为男性的小组讨论申请。
  • 在准备提案时,应避免销售或营销宣传,且不要讨论未经许可或可能封闭的技术;这些演讲几乎到会遭到拒绝,因为其脱离了我们活动的诚实属性,且很少受到与会者的欢迎。
  • 所有申请通过的演讲者必须在活动开始前提交演示幻灯片终稿。

准备提交提案

准备提交提案

虽然我们无意向您提供如何准备提案的严格说明,但是我们希望您花点时间,了解一下我们制定的以下指导方针,以便帮助您准备尽可能出色的提案。首先,在提交提案之前,您应该考虑以下三点:

  1. 您希望从您的演讲中得到什么?
  2. 您希望观众从演讲中收获什么?
  3. 您的演讲将如何帮助改善生态系统?

基于项目、技术的演讲有许多方式,不必集中关注特定公司动向。在您撰写提案时,请记得上述内容, 考虑如何让观众对演讲感兴趣,同时也可分享经验,就某一问题对与会人员有所启示,激发与会者对项目的兴趣。

首次递交提案?不必担忧

Linux 基金会的活动是了解社区、分享您的想法和您所从事工作的绝佳方式,我们强烈鼓励首次登台的演讲者为我们的活动发表演讲。如果您对摘要内容不确定,请与我们联系,我们将非常乐意与您一起讨论您的建议。

如何给与精彩的科技演讲

在您的演讲申请通过后,我们希望确保您发表尽可能出色的演讲。为此,我们寻求经验丰富的会议演讲者 Josh Berkus 的帮助,他已经准备了一份关于“如何发表精彩科技演讲”的深入教程。

第 1 部分:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE9y3gyF8Kw

第 2 部分:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcOP4WQfJl4

行为准则

行为准则

Linux 基金会及其项目社区致力于为参与我们所有会议活动的人员提供优质、纯粹的活动体验。我们鼓励所有申请人查看完整的行为准则

DATES TO REMEMBER

Dates to Remember

  • CFP Open: Wednesday, January 9, 2019
  • CFP Close: 11:59PM PT, February 15, 2019
  • CFP Notifications: Monday, April 1, 2019
  • Schedule Announced: Wednesday, April 3, 2019
  • Slide Due Date: Monday, June 17, 2019
  • Event Dates: June 24–26, 2019

SUGGESTED TRACKS AND TOPICS

Suggested Tracks and Topics

**Submissions must be in English, however if your talk is accepted, you may give your talk in English or Chinese.**

Open Source Security & Safety

  • Real time/security/safety
  • What you need to know to deploy OS into products

Compliance Automation & Tooling

IoT

Cloud Infrastructure & Automation

  • DevOps
  • Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery
  • Configuration Management
  • Lean IT
  • Moving at Cloud-speed
  • Containers
  • Monitoring
  • Virtualization

AI/ML/DL

  • Machine learning  (frameworks, libraries, platforms, algorithms, toolkits, systems, etc.)
  • Deep learning (frameworks, libraries, etc.)
  • Models (creation, representation, training, learning, marketplaces)
  • AI Ethics, fairness, human rights (principles, best practices, toolkits, libraries, etc.)
  • Workflow management
  • Streaming processing
  • Pipeline management

Linux Systems

  • Embedded & Mobile Systems (Phones and Tablets, Automotive and Self-driving, Yocto, Wearables)
  • Filesystems And Storage (Long-Term Archiving, Client-Server Filesystems, Compression, Deduplication, Distributed Storage, NVMe, etc.)
  • Linux Kernel Development
  • Mission-Critical, Real-Time Operating Systems, Real-Time, and Long Life Systems; Security & Safety
  • KVM
  • Hardening and Security, Scaling and Performance Tuning, New Features, Testing, Resource Management and Scheduling, Virtio and Vhost, High Availability and Live Migration, Managing KVM: Libvirt, OpenStack, oVirt, etc., Storage: Ceph, Gluster, SPDK, etc.
  • IoT and M2M
  • Internet of Things Operating System, IoT and Security/Cognitive / Artificial Intelligence, Platforms /Frameworks and Middleware for the IoT, Architectural Interoperability in IoT Systems, State-of-Practice, Experience Reports, Industrial Experiments, and Case Studies in the IoT, Simulation Techniques and Tools for the IoT

Open Networking & Edge Computing

  • Hot Topics in Open Networking
  • 5G, O-RAN and Access technologies, Next Gen Transport and Software-Defined Optical technologies, Core Open Source networking stack for global Telecom (Automation/Zero Touch) Orchestration/MANO, Control
  • Hybrid Clouds/On Prem, Operation and Deployment of Open Networking, NextGen OSS/BSS & Next Gen Workloads, Data Center Networking, Software Defined Apps & Cloud Foundry/App Development, Modern Business Apps Requirements on IT, Digital Transformation
  • World of Open Innovation & Impact to Networking
  • Technology: Blockchain, AI/ML, Intent-based, Data Sharing, Silicon/hardware etc.; Architecture: Innovation, trends, business and process innovation; Standards (SDO) and Open Source Software; Open Hardware and Open Software Security
  • The New Edge
  • Connected Devices, IOT, Edge Cloud, Telco, Enterprise, Cloud/OTT
  • Open Source projects & Edge (Connected Cars/Automotive Grade Linux, CNCF/Edge Cloud, Edge & AI/ML/DL…)
  • Edge Cloud for Telecom
  • Cloud Native Networking (for Carriers and Enterprise)
  • VNF-> CNF (Virtual Network Functions to Cloud-Native Network Functions; Container Evolution & Cloud Network Interface; CNCF/Kubernetes and Telecom (Service Mesh, Cross Cloud CI, Scaling); Enterprise Apps, Scaling – public, private & Issues to fix & address – remaining challenges

Project Highlights

  • Share the latest developments and best practices on a range of open source projects including: Hyperledger & Blockchain. Zephyr, Ceph, SPDX and more.

Open Source Leadership, Strategy & Governance

  • Best Practices in Open Source Development / Lessons Learned – Contribution Policies, Promoting Your Open Source Project, Open Source Best Practices, Open Source Program Office Case Studies and Success Stories, Standards and Open Source
  • Growing & Sustaining Project Communities – Collaboration Models to Address Security Issues, Metrics for Understanding Project Health
  • Automating Compliance – Using Trademarks in Open Communities, Working with Regulators / Regulated Industries, Working with the Government on OS, How to Incorporate SPDX Identifiers in Your Project, Legal + Compliance, Licensing + Patents, Successfully Working Upstream & Downstream
  • Certifying Open Source Projects – Security, Safety, Export, Open Source vs. Open Governance
  • Business Leadership – Cultivating Open Source Leadership, How to Run a Business that Relies on Open Source, How to Invest in Your Project’s Success, Managing Competing Corporate Interests while Driving Coherent Communities, Monetizing Open Source & Innovators Dilemma

SESSION TYPES

Session Types

You will need to choose a session type when submitting:

  • Session Presentation – Typically 30-40 minutes in length
  • Panel Discussion – Typically 30-40 minutes in length. Again, all panelist names must be included in the submission, and all-male panels will not be considered.
  • Birds of a Feather – Typically 40-50 minutes, held in the evening
  • Lightning Talk – Typically 5-10 minutes
  • Workshop or Lab – Typically 2-4 hours
  • Tutorial – Typically 1-2 hours

Abstract

  • This is your chance to *sell* your talk to the program committee, so do your best to highlight the problem/contribution/work that you are addressing in your presentation. The technical details are still important, but the relevance of what you are presenting will help the program committee during the selection process.
  • This is the abstract that will be posted on the website schedule, so please ensure that it is in complete sentences (and not just bullet points) and that it is written in the third person (use your name instead of I).

Example:

Kernel Weather Report (Jon Corbet, LWN.net) – The Linux kernel is at the core of any Linux system; the performance and capabilities of the kernel will, in the end, place an upper bound on what the system can do as a whole. In this presentation, Jon Corbet will review recent events in the kernel development community, discuss the current state of the kernel, the challenges it faces, and look forward to how the kernel may address those challenges.

 

Audience – Describe who the audience is and what you expect them to gain from your presentation.

Example:

Kernel Weather Report (Jon Corbet, LWN.net) – The audience is anyone interested in Linux kernel development. Attendees can expect a detailed update on the upcoming kernel release, including recent release history, highlighted features, active employer statistics and much more.

 

Why Should the Audience Attend and/or Care – Tell us why the audience should care about your proposal and/or why they would attend this session (and please limit to 3 bullet points). We realize that this can be a difficult question to answer, but as with the abstract, the relevance of your presentation is just as important as the content.

Example:

1. This presentation will help existing and new kernel developers better understand the state of the Linux kernel 2. It will hopefully encourage them, and the companies that they work for, to participate more in upstream kernel development.

 

Experience Level – Select the experience level (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Any) of those who should attend this session.

 

IMPORTANT NOTES

Important Notes

  • All speakers are required to adhere to our Code of Conduct. We also highly recommend that speakers take our online Inclusive Speaker Orientation Course.
  • Panel submissions must include the names of all participants in the initial submission to be considered. In addition, The Linux Foundation does not accept submissions with all-male panels in an effort to increase speaker diversity.
  • Avoid sales or marketing pitches and discussing unlicensed or potentially closed-source technologies when preparing your proposal; these talks are almost always rejected due to the fact that they take away from the integrity of our events, and are rarely well-received by conference attendees.
  • All accepted speakers are required to submit their slides prior to the event.

PREPARING TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL

Preparing to Submit Your Proposal

While it is not our intention to provide you with strict instructions on how to prepare your proposal, we hope you will take a moment to review the following guidelines that we have put together to help you prepare the best submission possible. To get started, here are three things that you should consider before submitting your proposal:

  1. What are you hoping to get from your presentation?
  2. What do you expect the audience to gain from your presentation?
  3. How will your presentation help better the ecosystem?

There are plenty of ways to give a presentation about projects and technologies without focusing on company-specific efforts. Remember the things to consider that we mentioned above when writing your proposal and think of ways to make it interesting for attendees while still letting you share your experiences, educate the community about an issue, or generate interest in a project.

 

First Time Submitting? Don’t Feel Intimidated

Linux Foundation events are an excellent way to get to know the community and share your ideas and the work that you are doing and we strongly encourage first-time speakers to submit talks for our events. In the instance that you aren’t sure about your abstract, reach out to us and we will be more than happy to work with you on your proposal.

 

How To Give a Great Tech Talk

In the instance that your talk is accepted, we want to make sure that you give the best presentation possible. To do this, we enlisted the help of seasoned conference speaker Josh Berkus who has prepared an in-depth tutorial on “How to Give a Great Tech Talk”.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iE9y3gyF8Kw

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcOP4WQfJl4

 

TRAVEL SUPPORT + SPEAKERS PASSES

TRAVEL SUPPORT + SPEAKERS PASSES

If you require travel support, please be sure to answer the request for travel funding at the end of the CFP submission form. Only speakers whose talks are accepted will be considered for travel funding.

All accepted speakers will receive a complimentary conference pass. For panel discussions, all panelists will receive a complimentary conference pass; maximum 4 panelists & 1 moderator.

CODE OF CONDUCT

CODE OF CONDUCT

The Linux Foundation and its project communities are dedicated to providing a  harassment-free experience for participants at all of our events. We encourage all submitters to review our complete Code of Conduct.


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