Guix-HPC at FOSDEM
As has been the case for 9 years (!), Guix will be present at FOSDEM, the big annual free software developer conference in Europe. There will be no less than ten Guix-related talks, of which the following are particularly relevant to the HPC and reproducible research communities:
- In the Open Research Tools track, Guix, toward practical transparent, verifiable and long-term reproducible research will be an introduction to Guix (by Simon Tournier) for an audience of scientists interested in coming up with scientific practices that improves verifiability and transparency.
- In the RISC-V track, Efraim Flashner will talk about the latest breakthroughs in Porting RISC-V to GNU Guix—and the other way around.
- In the HPC track, Ludovic Courtès will give a lightning talk about CPU tuning in Guix entitled Reproducibility and performance: why choose?.
There are lots of exciting talks in each of these tracks, check it out! Talks will be live-streamed so you can join and chat with us even if you’re not physically present.
Prior to FOSDEM, the community will meet in person for the Guix Days, two days to informally discuss organizational matters, technical issues, and road maps.
See you in Brussels!