Flock and Bleeding Edge Kernel Testing

I'm on my way back home from my first Flock conference and I can say that I'm very happy I was able to attend. The talks were quite good, especially the presentations and demos around the Fedora Modularity effort, but as usual the real value was getting a chance to talk with other developers and contributors face to face.

At Flock I did give a presentation discussing some of the development kernel testing I've been doing over the past year with the SELinux and audit trees. The talk was recorded and once I have a link, I'll update this post; in the meantime I've put a link to the slides (in PDF form) below. If you have any questions I'm always happy to talk over email/Twitter.

UPDATE: The Fedora Project's video of the presentation has been linked below.