1
Welcome
Kernel Code Reading Party
Yokohama Linux Users Group
March 28th
, 2014
Hiro Yoshioka/YLUG
hyoshiok@gmail.com
htt...
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Host
 Hiro Yoshioka,
 YLUG Yokohama Linux Users Group, member
 Kernel Code Reading Party, host
 Study group Study gr...
3
Welcome
 Kernel Code Reading Party
 is an informal technical seminar and beer bash
(party) running by YLUG members
 s...
4
Thank you
 Friends, speakers, supporters
 Many many thanks
 without your support we could not run the
kernel code rea...
5
Brief History of the
kernel code
reading party
6
YLUG is yet
another linux
users group
7
Kernel Code Reading Party
 15 Years ago, I was wondering
if I could read the kernel source
code.
8
 I named the Kernel Code
Reading Party but actually we
are not reading the code these
days.
 Having informal technical...
9
 YLUG is not alone.
10
User Groups, meetups
 Event Calender; > 300 meetings / month
11
Opensource and Users Group
make
 Friends
 Network of Friends
 Value, innovation, etc
12
 We proud that many friends contribute the linux
kernel, make great things.
 TOMOYO, IPv6, NILFS, Fault injection, ma...
13
My dreams
 having technical meetings with friends in Japan.
 making many friends contribute the open
source
 having ...
14
 The next Kernel Code Reading Party, 110th
 May 2nd, 2014
 19:00 Door Open, 19:30 Session Start
 Venue, Bitisle (th...
15
 I appreciate your support.
 Be a hacker.
 Make the world a better place.
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Kernel Code Reading Party is an informal technical seminar series held on March 28th, 2014 at Bit Isle, Tennouzu Isle, Tokyo.

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  1. 1. 1 Welcome Kernel Code Reading Party Yokohama Linux Users Group March 28th , 2014 Hiro Yoshioka/YLUG hyoshiok@gmail.com http://d.hatena.ne.jp/hyoshiok http://twitter.com/hyoshiok
  2. 2. 2 Host  Hiro Yoshioka,  YLUG Yokohama Linux Users Group, member  Kernel Code Reading Party, host  Study group Study group  Technical Managing Officer at Rakuten  @hyoshiok
  3. 3. 3 Welcome  Kernel Code Reading Party  is an informal technical seminar and beer bash (party) running by YLUG members  since April 28, 1999  100th Party
  4. 4. 4 Thank you  Friends, speakers, supporters  Many many thanks  without your support we could not run the kernel code reading party
  5. 5. 5 Brief History of the kernel code reading party
  6. 6. 6 YLUG is yet another linux users group
  7. 7. 7 Kernel Code Reading Party  15 Years ago, I was wondering if I could read the kernel source code.
  8. 8. 8  I named the Kernel Code Reading Party but actually we are not reading the code these days.  Having informal technical seminar and beerbash (Pizza and Beer) is our style.
  9. 9. 9  YLUG is not alone.
  10. 10. 10 User Groups, meetups  Event Calender; > 300 meetings / month
  11. 11. 11 Opensource and Users Group make  Friends  Network of Friends  Value, innovation, etc
  12. 12. 12  We proud that many friends contribute the linux kernel, make great things.  TOMOYO, IPv6, NILFS, Fault injection, many many things
  13. 13. 13 My dreams  having technical meetings with friends in Japan.  making many friends contribute the open source  having fun with another groups  having a party with kernel hackers  making the world love and peace (world domination)  Many dreams come true by the kernal code reading party
  14. 14. 14  The next Kernel Code Reading Party, 110th  May 2nd, 2014  19:00 Door Open, 19:30 Session Start  Venue, Bitisle (the same place)  Registration Site will be opened soon.  Speakers and volunteers wanted.  I will run KCRP the last friday of the every month. 10 times in 2014!
  15. 15. 15  I appreciate your support.  Be a hacker.  Make the world a better place.
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