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FYI - here's a bit more information...
The event access is free and available to anyone, but it does require registration.
Please go here: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/embedded-linux-confere
and click on "Not Registered? Register Now". It will take you through the full registration process.
There are a lot of forms to fill out, but select "Post Event Access" when you see that option.
Once your e-mail is registered with the Linux Foundation, go to the accelevents.com site
and create an account with the same e-mail. It takes a bit of time to sync up (about 10 minutes),
but then you should have access to enter the full event site.
From: Bird, Tim
Sent: Friday, November 6, 2020 10:24 AM
Subject: ELCE 2020 event now open to all
Hello embedded Linux developer,
Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2020 has concluded (it was last week: Oct 26-28).
Please note that all sessions for ELCE 2020, as well as for the "co-located" Open Source
Summit Europe 2020 are available for viewing through the month of November, 2020, at https://www.accelevents.com/e/OSSELCEU2020
There is no charge to access the event and it is freely available to the general public.
This includes all breakout sessions and keynotes. In the session UI, the Chat and Q&A
windows have messages for that session at the event.
Most sessions also have slides available on the individual session pages at:
Videos are available at the event site (accelevents) now, and will be put on YouTube within the next few weeks
(likely before the end of November). When they are made available on YouTube, we will add links to
https://elinux.org/ELC_Europe_2020_Presentations (where we are currently gathering presentations
from the event).
I think this is a valuable free resource for the embedded Linux community.