Productive week (so far!)
So I’ve been in Monterey all week for the Usenix conference, but it’s still been a productive week. On Monday, I taught a Linux kernel tutorials class. I thought my friend Stephen Tweedie was going to be there so we could tag-team teach the class, but it turned out that I had to teach it by myself. So that worked out OK, although I was pretty exhausted.
On Tuesday, I spent all day with my ipsec working group co-chair to organize things for the Yokohama IETF meeting. I probably won’t be able to attend, but we managed to move all of our work items forward, and were able to come up with a path forward forwards our primary, major work item.
Yesterday, I spent most of the day organizing the agenda for the upcoming Linux Kernel Summit/Worshop in Ottawa.
I still have lots of work to do, and the main Usenix conference have started — but if I can just keep things up, I should be in good shape.