Next week the annual Debian developers conference, DebConf, will begin in Managua, Nicaragua.
DebConf12 is taking place from the 8th to 14th of July in Managua, the capitol of Nicaragua. The DebConf12 tracks include DebianDay, getting involved in Debian, Debian for the cloud, building and porting, social activities, skills exchange, and DebCamp.
I'll be in Managua for a few days for the Debian Linux event. Some of the interesting talks on my agenda at this point include:
AArch64 planning - Debian planning for supporting the forthcoming 64-bit ARMv8 architecture.
Bits from the Release Team
Build Debian with another compiler - Building Debian with the LLVM/Clang compiler
The DebConf12 Managua schedule in full is available at DebConf.org
along with other details about this leading distribution's annual meeting.
For any Phoronix readers in Managua looking to meet-up during the event, feel free to contact me, I'll be there from Sunday through Thursday.