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Re: GNU Tools Cauldron 2019
- From: Simon Marchi <simon dot marchi at efficios dot com>
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- Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2019 15:13:46 -0400
- Subject: Re: GNU Tools Cauldron 2019
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On 2019-03-14 5:28 p.m., Simon Marchi wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are very pleased to invite you all to the GNU Tools Cauldron on 12-15 September 2019. This year's Cauldron will be held in Montreal, Canada.
> See the wiki page for details:
> The conference is free to attend, registration in advance is required. As usual, please register, send abstracts and ask administrivia
> questions to tools-cauldron-admin AT googlegroups.com.
> The Cauldron is organized by a small ad hoc group of volunteers. We
> are keen to add some more people, so others can stand down. If you'd
> like to be part of that organizing committee, please email the same
> I have sent (or plan to send) this announcement to the main GCC, GDB, binutils, CGEN, DejaGnu, newlib and glibc mailing lists. Please feel free to share with any other groups that are appropriate.
> Looking forward to seeing you in Montreal next September!
This is a little reminder about the Cauldron 2019. If you plan on attending, please
take a few minutes to send your registration (instructions are on the wiki ), it
helps us greatly if you do it earlier than later.
Also, we have received some very interesting talk and BoF submissions, but there is
still room available. If you have worked on improving the GNU toolchain these past
years, others are probably interested in hearing about it! If you would like to
give a talk but don't have an abstract written yet, feel free to just send the
title/topic for now and the abstract at a later time. We have room for full-length
talks (~45 minutes plus questions), lightning talks (~10 minutes plus questions),
BoFs as well as developer tutorials.