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Testing, fuzzing, and other diagnostics have greatly increased the robustness of the Linux ecosystem, but embarrassing bugs still escape to end users. Furthermore, a million-year bug would happen several tens of times per day across Linux's installed base (said to number more than 20 billion), so the best we can possibly do is hardly good enough.

The Testing and Fuzzing Microconference intends to raise the bar with further progress on syzbot/syzkaller, distribution/stable testing, kernel continuous integration, and unit testing. The best evidence of progress in these efforts will of course be the plethora of bug reports produced by these and similar tools!

Join us for an important and spirited discussion!