The Linux Plumbers 2013 LLVM Microconferences is focusing on increasing the use of LLVM related technologies surrounding Linux.
Speakers should cover topics which help the adoption of LLVM and clang for things like the Linux Kernel and for Android.
Over the past year there has been a lot of progress in patching LLVM and Clang in order to be able to compile the Linux kernel. Over the same time period progress was made on building both the Linux kernel and Android userspace. Clang is also now distributed as part of the Android NDK. We now need to get patches accepted to support the use of clang/LLVM to build the Linux Kernel and more of the Android code base.
This microconference will gather interested parties from the Linux kernel, LLVM, and Android communities to plan the most expedient way to get support for using Clang upstream.
Issues which need adressing during this microconference:
The schedule of the 2013 LLVM Plumbers Micro Conference is as follows. Note presentation slides can be found on the Plumbers page by following the links to the abstracts:
This is a good place to record notes from your session. All too often, if notes were not written down, the session might as well not have happened.