I'm off to Boston in under 16 hours, and I'll be getting into Portland around lunchtime on Monday. I'll be talking at Linuxcon about how we're broadening power management on Linux to be applicable from phones through netbooks up to supercomputers - that's 10:15 on Tuesday. At 10AM on Friday I'll be presenting at the Linux Plumbers conference on how userspace can express its requirements to the kernel more clearly, thereby allowing the kernel to be smarter about powering down hardware. And after a short hop down to SF for the weekend, I'll be back in Portland at the X developers conference talking about the role of X in providing relevant information to the kernel and using that to facilitate more aggressive power management.
Three talks in under 10 days. I'll even do my best to ensure that there's new jokes for each of them.