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Linux Foundation’s invitation-only event unites business and technical experts to collaborate on technical issues, the business of open source, best practices in collaborative development, and how to grow open source communities.

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Thursday, February 19 • 9:00am - 9:50am
The GNU C Library Update! - Roland McGrath, Google

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The GNU C Library (GLIBC) is a part of almost all Linux systems deployed today. The library continues to be a key piece of the low-level interface between user applications and the Linux kernel, and as such an important enabler for new hardware, kernel features, and new system-wide APIs.

This talk will cover the work by the community to add support for new features including Intel MPX support, lock elision for s390 and s390x, optimizations for ARMv7 and ARMv8, and file description locking support for the same Linux kernel feature.

This talk is but a small slice of the problems being tackled by the community. The goal is to walk away with a broad view of the ongoing work and direction of the library. 

Speakers
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Roland McGrath

Google
Roland McGrath is a Senior Software Engineer at Google and a core developer for the GNU C Library. Roland has been working on the GNU C Library since the very start of the project. Roland has spoken about the GNU C Library more times than he can count, but recently at several previous Linux Foundataion Collaboration Summits.


Thursday February 19, 2015 9:00am - 9:50am
Alexander Valley Ballroom IV

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