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Linux Foundation (CEWG) Japan Jamboree #50

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

The next Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on October 24th July (Friday) at
Nakano-Sunplaza starting 10am.

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_50

It is just after the Embedded Linux Conference Europe. We hope your report about
ELC-E.

And it is 50th memorial!


Best,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回の日本テクニカルジャンボリーは10月24日(金)10時から中野サンプラザで開催します。
Embedded Linux Conference Europeを終えたタイミングです。こちらでは情報家電・携帯電話関連
以外の組み込みシステム関連の話題も大歓迎です。

現在プレゼンテーションを募集しています。是非ふるって申し出てください。

プレゼンテーション、参加等、すべて無料です。

詳細は下記をごらんください。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_50

そして、今回は50回目となります(正確には一度東日本大震災の影響でキャンセルしていますので
49回目です)。


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Re: ELC 2014 videos

Tim Bird <tim.bird@...>
 

On 09/19/2014 11:31 PM, Michael Opdenacker wrote:
Greetings,

Here are at least videos for a limited set of talks, recorded with
limited hardware resources, as the Linux Foundation turned out to only
be able to make audio recordings that time:

http://free-electrons.com/blog/elc2014-videos/
<https://www.linkedin.com/redirect?url=http%3A%2F%2Ffree-electrons%2Ecom%2Fblog%2Felc2014-videos%2F&urlhash=AKSD&_t=tracking_anet>

We also include links to the audio recordings and to the talk abstracts.

Hoping to see you at ELCE next month!
Thanks very much. I am very grateful to Michael and the folks at
Free Electrons for making video recordings of the talks they could
on short notice. This is a great service to all of us in both
industry and the community.
-- Tim


ELC 2014 videos

Michael Opdenacker
 

Greetings,

Here are at least videos for a limited set of talks, recorded with
limited hardware resources, as the Linux Foundation turned out to only
be able to make audio recordings that time:

http://free-electrons.com/blog/elc2014-videos/
<https://www.linkedin.com/redirect?url=http%3A%2F%2Ffree-electrons%2Ecom%2Fblog%2Felc2014-videos%2F&urlhash=AKSD&_t=tracking_anet>

We also include links to the audio recordings and to the talk abstracts.

Hoping to see you at ELCE next month!

Cheers,

Michael.

--
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Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
http://free-electrons.com
+33 484 258 098


Linux kernel developer contribution obstacles survey

Bird, Tim <Tim.Bird@...>
 

Hello everyone,

I am conducting research for the CE Workgroup of the Linux
Foundation regarding the reasons that Linux kernel developers
do NOT submit their changes upstream. The intended
participants for this survey are developers who have modified
the Linux kernel, but who, for one reason or another, have not
submitted their change(s) to the mainline or upstream kernel tree.

This research is part of an effort to more officially quantify the
obstacles (or perception of obstacles), that developers have with
regard to contributing to the Linux kernel. It is hoped that this
information will help inform continuing efforts to help remove
those obstacles, and lower the barriers to participating in the
Linux kernel development community.

The survey should take about 10 to 15 minutes. I would be very
pleased if everyone who receives this e-mail can take the survey.
I hope to present the results at a talk I am giving at the upcoming
Embedded Linux Conference Europe.

I know that the reach of this e-mail is limited to those subscribed to
this e-mail list. Please forward this to other kernel developers
in your organization, and encourage them to take the survey
as well.

Here is the URL for the survey:
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2VHVHBN

The following command may be helpful for finding
e-mail addresses of kernel developers in your organization:
(do this on internal trees, to find the e-mails for developers
who may not have commits in mainline!)
Replace <company.com> with a search expression that
will match e-mail addresses for your organization.

$ git log --author=<company.com> --format="%ae" | sort | uniq

Please take the survey by October 6.

Thanks!
-- Tim Bird
Architecture Group Chair, CE Linux Forum
Senior Software Engineer, Sony Mobile


Re: [Reminder] Linux Foundation (CEWG) Japan Jamboree #49

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

Please be reminded the date for upcoming Japan Technical Jamboree which
date is 25th July (next Friday). The location is Nakano Sunplaza, Tokyo.

In the agenda, you will find a presentation by Mr. Mizuyama scheduled. It is the
repeat of the presentation at last Automotive Linux Summit which may be so
informative many of people and industry which are going to use the maximum of
OSS!

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

best regards,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーは2週間後の7月25日です。いつものとおり中野サンプラザ、
研修室で開催します。先日のAutomotive Linux Summitのキーノートプレゼンテーションを
パナソニックの水山さんに引き受けていただきました。このプレゼンテーションは、こちらの
サイトで:

http://monoist.atmarkit.co.jp/mn/articles/1407/04/news034.html

「車載Linuxのオープンソース活動は携帯電話機の轍を踏んではならない」と紹介されている
もので、車載Linuxに限らず、OSSを生かし切る示唆に満ちたものです。皆様方の上司の方にも
推薦していただける内容かと思います。

#
# s/"車載Linux"/[Your Project Name]/
#

日本テクニカルジャンボリーはどなたでも無料で参加可能です。事前登録等も不要です。

また、引き続き、プレゼンテーションの募集もしています。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49


上田



(2014/07/11 9:22), Satoru Ueda wrote:

Dear All,

Please be reminded that the next Japan Jamboree is scheduled on 25th Friday, two weeks
later. You will see some agenda on the wiki page:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

The venue is Nakano Sunplaza in Tokyo.


best regards,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーは2週間後の7月25日です。いつものとおり中野サンプラザ、
研修室で開催します。今回は先日のAutomotive Linux Summitのプレゼンテーションの再演も
入る予定です。(現時調整中)。



上田


(2014/06/27 9:25), Satoru Ueda wrote:
Dear All,

The next Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on 25th July (Friday) at
Nakano-Sunplaza starting 10am.

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

It is just after the Automotive Linux Summit Tokyo. We welcome your topics
related to non consumer electronics domain!


Best,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回の日本テクニカルジャンボリーは7月25日(金)10時から中野サンプラザで開催します。
Automotive Linux Summitを終えたタイミングです。こちらでは情報家電・携帯電話関連
以外の組み込みシステム関連の話題も大歓迎です。もちろん自動車関係も。

現在プレゼンテーションを募集しています。是非ふるって申し出てください。

プレゼンテーション、参加等、すべて無料です。

詳細は下記をごらんください。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

上田
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[Reminder] Linux Foundation (CEWG) Japan Jamboree #49

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

Please be reminded that the next Japan Jamboree is scheduled on 25th Friday, two weeks
later. You will see some agenda on the wiki page:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

The venue is Nakano Sunplaza in Tokyo.


best regards,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーは2週間後の7月25日です。いつものとおり中野サンプラザ、
研修室で開催します。今回は先日のAutomotive Linux Summitのプレゼンテーションの再演も
入る予定です。(現時調整中)。



上田


(2014/06/27 9:25), Satoru Ueda wrote:

Dear All,

The next Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on 25th July (Friday) at
Nakano-Sunplaza starting 10am.

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

It is just after the Automotive Linux Summit Tokyo. We welcome your topics
related to non consumer electronics domain!


Best,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回の日本テクニカルジャンボリーは7月25日(金)10時から中野サンプラザで開催します。
Automotive Linux Summitを終えたタイミングです。こちらでは情報家電・携帯電話関連
以外の組み込みシステム関連の話題も大歓迎です。もちろん自動車関係も。

現在プレゼンテーションを募集しています。是非ふるって申し出てください。

プレゼンテーション、参加等、すべて無料です。

詳細は下記をごらんください。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

上田
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Embedded Linux Conference Europe - Call for Participation

Michael Opdenacker
 

Hello everyone,

The technical committee of the Embedded Linux Conference Europe would like
to invite you to make a presentation at our upcoming edition in Düsseldorf,
Germany, October 13-15, 2014.

For general information about the conference, See
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference-europe

For information about the call for participation, see
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference-europe/program/cfp

Please note the guidelines on the CFP page. It's usually pretty obvious
when we're reviewing the abstracts, as a program committee, who has
read the guidelines and who hasn't.

ELC and ELCE are the premier vendor-neutral technical conferences for
embedded Linux developers. These conferences are open to the public.

= Guidelines =
Presentations should be of a technical nature, covering topics
related to use of Linux in embedded systems. Topics related to
consumer electronics are particularly encouraged, but any
proposals about Linux that are of general relevance to most
embedded developers are welcome.

Presentations that are commercial advertisements or sales
pitches are not appropriate for this conference.

Presentations on the following topics are encouraged:

* Audio, Video, and Graphics systems for embedded products
* Security
* (really small) system size
* (really fast) bootup time
* Meeting real-time constraints
* Power management
* Streaming media
* Flash memory devices and filesystems
* Build systems
* Embedded distributions
* Development tools for embedded users
* Porting and CPU customizations
* Technologies related to cell phones, digital settop boxes,
televisions, cameras, handheld devices, or other CE products
* Use of Linux in actual products, practical experience and
war stories
* Standards for CE products

Most presentation slots will be 50 minutes long, including time for
questions.

Tutorials, demos, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions may also be
proposed.

The deadline for submissions is midnight July 11, 2014 PDT
(this leaves extra time for submissions sent from Europe!)

See http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference-europe/program/cfp
for additional information and details for making a proposal.

We also hope to see you there!

Thanks,
-- Michael

--
Michael Opdenacker, CEO, Free Electrons
Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
http://free-electrons.com
+33 484 258 098


Linux Foundation (CEWG) Japan Jamboree #49

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

The next Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on 25th July (Friday) at
Nakano-Sunplaza starting 10am.

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

It is just after the Automotive Linux Summit Tokyo. We welcome your topics
related to non consumer electronics domain!


Best,
S. Ueda

--- Japanese ---

各位、

次回の日本テクニカルジャンボリーは7月25日(金)10時から中野サンプラザで開催します。
Automotive Linux Summitを終えたタイミングです。こちらでは情報家電・携帯電話関連
以外の組み込みシステム関連の話題も大歓迎です。もちろん自動車関係も。

現在プレゼンテーションを募集しています。是非ふるって申し出てください。

プレゼンテーション、参加等、すべて無料です。

詳細は下記をごらんください。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_49

上田
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Re: [Reminder] Stay one more day in Tokyo / Next Japan Jamboree

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

I have uploaded the video clips of the sessions to Youtube yesterday. You may
find the link at the Jamboree wiki page:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48#Agenda

Because of the efficiency for the uploading task, the video images are low resolution.
If you need the higher quality video data, please contact me.

The next Japan Jamboree (#49) is scheduled on 25th July (Fri). Looking forward to
seeing you again.



Best,
S. Ueda

--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

先週金曜日のジャンボリーの模様を映したビデオをYoutubeで公開しました。ジャンボリーの
Wikiからリンクがあります。お役立てください。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48#Agenda

なお、アップロード作業の効率を上げるため、ビデオの画質は低く抑えてあります。もし
さらに高い画質の映像が必要な場合は私宛連絡してください。

次回のジャンボリーは7月25日(金)です。Automotive Linux Summitの後です。ジャンボリーは
情報家電関連以外の組み込みの話題も大歓迎です。お気軽にご活用ください。

また、連絡は「celinux-dev@...」メーリングリストに流しています。
このメーリングリストに参加されていない方はこれを機会に是非ご参加ください。同時に
興味がありそうな方に紹介していただければと思います。

http://lists.celinuxforum.org/mailman/listinfo/celinux-dev

では2ヶ月後に再会しましょう。



上田



(2014/05/15 17:11), Satoru Ueda wrote:

Dear All,

You may see several interesting topics on the event wiki:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48

The date is May 23th (Friday) at Nakano Sunplaza.


Best,
S. Ueda


--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーにGreg K-H氏が参加してくれることになりました。
Greg K-H氏は改めて紹介するまでもなく、「Linuxデバイスドライバ」の著者です。

http://www.oreilly.co.jp/books/4873112532/

また、LTSIのメンテナーとしても活躍されています。さらにリナックスコミュニティーに
アップストリーミングする助言などさまざまなディスカッションが出来ると思います。

また、次世代64ビットアーキテクチャに関する話などのトピックスを予定しています。
ふるってご参加ください。

5月23日(金)中野サンプラザで10時から開始します。参加料は無料で、誰でも参加
可能です。

---
山路さん、小林(KMC)さん、小林(東芝)さん、

恐れ入りますが、Timの都合で時間を一時間遅くずらしています。もし不都合がありましたら
連絡ください。



上田

(2014/04/21 10:19), Satoru Ueda wrote:
Dear All,

It must be a great news. Greg K-H will participate the next Japan Jamboree.
We can expect precious discussions about "Linux Upstreaming", "LTSI project" and
"Linux Device Driver".

The date is May 23th (Friday) at Nakano Sunplaza.


Best,
S. Ueda


--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーにGreg K-H氏が参加してくれることになりました。
Greg K-H氏は改めて紹介するまでもなく、「Linuxデバイスドライバ」の著者です。

http://www.oreilly.co.jp/books/4873112532/

また、LTSIのメンテナーとしても活躍されています。さらにリナックスコミュニティーに
アップストリーミングする助言などさまざまなディスカッションが出来ると思います。

ふるってご参加ください。

5月23日(金)中野サンプラザで10時から開始します。参加料は無料で、誰でも参加
可能です。


上田
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[Reminder] Stay one more day in Tokyo / Next Japan Jamboree

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

You may see several interesting topics on the event wiki:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48

The date is May 23th (Friday) at Nakano Sunplaza.


Best,
S. Ueda


--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーにGreg K-H氏が参加してくれることになりました。
Greg K-H氏は改めて紹介するまでもなく、「Linuxデバイスドライバ」の著者です。

http://www.oreilly.co.jp/books/4873112532/

また、LTSIのメンテナーとしても活躍されています。さらにリナックスコミュニティーに
アップストリーミングする助言などさまざまなディスカッションが出来ると思います。

また、次世代64ビットアーキテクチャに関する話などのトピックスを予定しています。
ふるってご参加ください。

5月23日(金)中野サンプラザで10時から開始します。参加料は無料で、誰でも参加
可能です。

---
山路さん、小林(KMC)さん、小林(東芝)さん、

恐れ入りますが、Timの都合で時間を一時間遅くずらしています。もし不都合がありましたら
連絡ください。



上田

(2014/04/21 10:19), Satoru Ueda wrote:

Dear All,

It must be a great news. Greg K-H will participate the next Japan Jamboree.
We can expect precious discussions about "Linux Upstreaming", "LTSI project" and
"Linux Device Driver".

The date is May 23th (Friday) at Nakano Sunplaza.


Best,
S. Ueda


--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーにGreg K-H氏が参加してくれることになりました。
Greg K-H氏は改めて紹介するまでもなく、「Linuxデバイスドライバ」の著者です。

http://www.oreilly.co.jp/books/4873112532/

また、LTSIのメンテナーとしても活躍されています。さらにリナックスコミュニティーに
アップストリーミングする助言などさまざまなディスカッションが出来ると思います。

ふるってご参加ください。

5月23日(金)中野サンプラザで10時から開始します。参加料は無料で、誰でも参加
可能です。


上田
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| Application Platform Design Div. SRDG, Sony Corp.


Re: Stay one more day in Tokyo / Next Japan Jamboree

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

It must be a great news. Greg K-H will participate the next Japan Jamboree.
We can expect precious discussions about "Linux Upstreaming", "LTSI project" and
"Linux Device Driver".

The date is May 23th (Friday) at Nakano Sunplaza.


Best,
S. Ueda


--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回日本テクニカルジャンボリーにGreg K-H氏が参加してくれることになりました。
Greg K-H氏は改めて紹介するまでもなく、「Linuxデバイスドライバ」の著者です。

http://www.oreilly.co.jp/books/4873112532/

また、LTSIのメンテナーとしても活躍されています。さらにリナックスコミュニティーに
アップストリーミングする助言などさまざまなディスカッションが出来ると思います。

ふるってご参加ください。

5月23日(金)中野サンプラザで10時から開始します。参加料は無料で、誰でも参加
可能です。


上田


(2014/03/25 15:08), Satoru Ueda wrote:

Dear All,

Please be noted that the next CEWG Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on
23rd May (Friday). It is the next day of the LinuxCon Japan final day. Please stay
one more day in Tokyo to join one more event. No registration, admission fee
required to join. Your presentation will also be welcomed.

For the detail, please visit:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48


Best,
S. Ueda

--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回のCEWG日本テクニカルジャンボリーは5月23日(金)に開催します。この日の
ちょうど前日までLinuxCon Japanが開催されています。是非、もう一日、ジャンボリーにも
お越しいただけますように。参加登録、参加費ともに不要です。

なお、現在プレゼンテーションを募集中です。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48



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Re: ELC 2014 Technical Showcase - Call for demonstrations

Michael Opdenacker
 

Good news, the final deadline for the showcase poster is Apr. 22.

Michael.

On 04/16/2014 10:21 PM, Michael Opdenacker wrote:
Hi,

In case you are attending ELC in two weeks...

Just to let you know that there are a few tables left at the technical
showcase.

If you have something interesting to show, the deadline for submitting a
proposal and poster is supposed to be next Friday, but I'm trying to get
an extension. I hope that next Monday will do. Stay tuned on
http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Technical_Showcase

I hope to see you there!

Cheers,

Michael.


On 03/11/2014 02:20 PM, Michael Opdenacker wrote:
Greeting, person interested in the Embedded Linux Conference...

Like in the past years, the ELC staff is organizing a technical showcase
for conference participants: http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Technical_Showcase

The technical showcase is an opportunity:

* For Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects to show their
software in action, to grow their user and developer community
* For system developers to share their experience using FOSS
components (knowledge sharing with other system developers will need
to be the primary focus)
* For hardware makers to show the capabilities of their hardware,
provided what is demonstrated is mostly based on FOSS.
* For ELC 2014 speakers to give a hands-on experience related to what
they presented, and have plenty of time to interact with people who
were interested in their presentation.
* For people interested in the ELC 2015 showcase to see what kind of
demo they could make next time ;)

The technical showcase is set to happen on Tuesday evening (April 29),
at 6:15 pm.

If you are interested in showcasing something, please contact me by
April 18, and prepare a poster too. However, the sooner, the better, as
demonstration space will be limited.

My e-mail (in spam-resistant form) is: michael (dot) opdenacker (at)
free (dash) electrons (dot) com

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Michael.
--
Michael Opdenacker, CEO, Free Electrons
Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
http://free-electrons.com
+33 484 258 098


Re: ELC 2014 Technical Showcase - Call for demonstrations

Michael Opdenacker
 

Hi,

In case you are attending ELC in two weeks...

Just to let you know that there are a few tables left at the technical
showcase.

If you have something interesting to show, the deadline for submitting a
proposal and poster is supposed to be next Friday, but I'm trying to get
an extension. I hope that next Monday will do. Stay tuned on
http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Technical_Showcase

I hope to see you there!

Cheers,

Michael.

On 03/11/2014 02:20 PM, Michael Opdenacker wrote:
Greeting, person interested in the Embedded Linux Conference...

Like in the past years, the ELC staff is organizing a technical showcase
for conference participants: http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Technical_Showcase

The technical showcase is an opportunity:

* For Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects to show their
software in action, to grow their user and developer community
* For system developers to share their experience using FOSS
components (knowledge sharing with other system developers will need
to be the primary focus)
* For hardware makers to show the capabilities of their hardware,
provided what is demonstrated is mostly based on FOSS.
* For ELC 2014 speakers to give a hands-on experience related to what
they presented, and have plenty of time to interact with people who
were interested in their presentation.
* For people interested in the ELC 2015 showcase to see what kind of
demo they could make next time ;)

The technical showcase is set to happen on Tuesday evening (April 29),
at 6:15 pm.

If you are interested in showcasing something, please contact me by
April 18, and prepare a poster too. However, the sooner, the better, as
demonstration space will be limited.

My e-mail (in spam-resistant form) is: michael (dot) opdenacker (at)
free (dash) electrons (dot) com

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Michael.
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Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
http://free-electrons.com
+33 484 258 098


Stay one more day in Tokyo / Next Japan Jamboree

Satoru Ueda <Satoru.Ueda@...>
 

Dear All,

Please be noted that the next CEWG Japan Technical Jamboree is scheduled on
23rd May (Friday). It is the next day of the LinuxCon Japan final day. Please stay
one more day in Tokyo to join one more event. No registration, admission fee
required to join. Your presentation will also be welcomed.

For the detail, please visit:

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48


Best,
S. Ueda

--- JAPANESE ---

各位、

次回のCEWG日本テクニカルジャンボリーは5月23日(金)に開催します。この日の
ちょうど前日までLinuxCon Japanが開催されています。是非、もう一日、ジャンボリーにも
お越しいただけますように。参加登録、参加費ともに不要です。

なお、現在プレゼンテーションを募集中です。

http://elinux.org/Japan_Technical_Jamboree_48



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ELC2014 Presentations page seeded

Bill Traynor <btraynor@...>
 

For anyone presenting at ELC2014, the Presentations page for adding
your slides has been added on elinux.org here:

http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Presentations#Presenters

Feel free to add your presentations to the presentations column like so:

[[Media:<your docs name>.pdf | PDF]] and then click the red link that
results to upload your file.

Use other formats as applicable. If you have any issues uploading,
feel free to contact me.

Thanks
Bill


ELC 2014 Technical Showcase - Call for demonstrations

Michael Opdenacker
 

Greeting, person interested in the Embedded Linux Conference...

Like in the past years, the ELC staff is organizing a technical showcase
for conference participants: http://elinux.org/ELC_2014_Technical_Showcase

The technical showcase is an opportunity:

* For Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) projects to show their
software in action, to grow their user and developer community
* For system developers to share their experience using FOSS
components (knowledge sharing with other system developers will need
to be the primary focus)
* For hardware makers to show the capabilities of their hardware,
provided what is demonstrated is mostly based on FOSS.
* For ELC 2014 speakers to give a hands-on experience related to what
they presented, and have plenty of time to interact with people who
were interested in their presentation.
* For people interested in the ELC 2015 showcase to see what kind of
demo they could make next time ;)

The technical showcase is set to happen on Tuesday evening (April 29),
at 6:15 pm.

If you are interested in showcasing something, please contact me by
April 18, and prepare a poster too. However, the sooner, the better, as
demonstration space will be limited.

My e-mail (in spam-resistant form) is: michael (dot) opdenacker (at)
free (dash) electrons (dot) com

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Michael.

--
Michael Opdenacker, CEO, Free Electrons
Embedded Linux, Kernel and Android engineering
http://free-electrons.com
+33 484 258 098


Re: Request for collaboration

Kiran G <kiran@...>
 

Hi Jonathan,

Thanks a lot for your input.

All your suggestions are great and we appreciate it.

Kiran G


On 02/03/2014 07:35 PM, Jonathan Ben Avraham wrote:

On Mon, 3 Feb 2014, Kiran G wrote:

Date: Mon, 03 Feb 2014 17:49:48 +0530
From: Kiran G <kiran@...>
To: celinux-dev@...
Subject: [Celinux-dev] Request for collaboration



Hi,

I am Kiran G and I am an embedded linux developer working in Kochi,India. I tried sending this mail to office@..., but it failed.

My company is very interested in starting a local community for Linux developers.  We are willing to conduct events  for promoting  the use of
linux for development. We are planning to collaborate with local collages to encourage the use of linux as part of the carriculam and to get the
students interested in embedded linux.

Is it possible to collaborate with you? If yes, do we have to join "Linux Foundation"? Can we join as a company as opposed to a single member?
If collaboration is not possible with you, can you please guide me in the right direction? Which do you suggest is a good international
community to which we can "affiliate"

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks and regards,
Kiran G

Hi Kiran,
This is an open list. That is anyone can subscribe and contribute.
The list members are therefore a collection of both private individuals and individuals who represent companies or organizations.

So, I'm not exactly sure *who* you would be cooperating or affiliating with, but in any event, I hardly think that anyone here would be *against* cooperating with you. Welcome aboard.

The best form of affiliation in the Open Source world (aside from commercial contracts ;-) is contribution to an Open Source project.

So, my personal suggestions for cooperation are:

1. Set up a Web presence and mailing list for your group and advertise
your interest in contributing to Linux and Open Source projects. Conduct
monthly lectures in Kochi and put the slides from the lectures on your
group web site. Set up email accounts on the domain that you select for
your group.

2. Organize your local group to contribute to one of the CE Linux Forum
projects. See http://elinux.org/Sitesupport-url, and
http://elinux.org/Project_Proposals_for_2013. We could conduct a straw
poll to find out which new features to add to Linux and members of your
group could select a feature to work on as a group.

3. Organize your group to work on adding software packages to Buildroot.
The advantage to this is that it is not technically difficult to add new
projects to Buildroot, and members of your group can get a lot of good
publicity for contributing. Ask group members to use their group email
addresses for their contributions to Open Source projects.

4. Make a github account for your group and publish the Open Source contributions by members of your group on the account. It is best to try to concentrate on one particular susbsystem or package so that members of the group can help each other and can, as a group, attain a meaningful amount of work on something specific.

5. Organize "Linux days" and distribute Live CD distributions with your group logo to get new people interested in Linux.

Your company can contribute at very low cost by hosting the local events
and paying for the group web site. You need to find students who are interested and you need to be able to offer employment to the best and brightest when they complete their studies. Your company can probably gain some good will value by advertising its sponsorship of the local Linux developers group.

Good luck,

 - yba




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Re: Request for collaboration

Jonathan Ben-Avraham
 

On Mon, 3 Feb 2014, Kiran G wrote:

Date: Mon, 03 Feb 2014 17:49:48 +0530
From: Kiran G <kiran@...>
To: celinux-dev@...
Subject: [Celinux-dev] Request for collaboration
Hi,
I am Kiran G and I am an embedded linux developer working in Kochi,India. I tried sending this mail to office@..., but it failed.
My company is very interested in starting a local community for Linux developers.  We are willing to conduct events  for promoting  the use of
linux for development. We are planning to collaborate with local collages to encourage the use of linux as part of the carriculam and to get the
students interested in embedded linux.
Is it possible to collaborate with you? If yes, do we have to join "Linux Foundation"? Can we join as a company as opposed to a single member?
If collaboration is not possible with you, can you please guide me in the right direction? Which do you suggest is a good international
community to which we can "affiliate"
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks and regards,
Kiran G
Hi Kiran,
This is an open list. That is anyone can subscribe and contribute.
The list members are therefore a collection of both private individuals and individuals who represent companies or organizations.

So, I'm not exactly sure *who* you would be cooperating or affiliating with, but in any event, I hardly think that anyone here would be *against* cooperating with you. Welcome aboard.

The best form of affiliation in the Open Source world (aside from commercial contracts ;-) is contribution to an Open Source project.

So, my personal suggestions for cooperation are:

1. Set up a Web presence and mailing list for your group and advertise
your interest in contributing to Linux and Open Source projects. Conduct
monthly lectures in Kochi and put the slides from the lectures on your
group web site. Set up email accounts on the domain that you select for
your group.

2. Organize your local group to contribute to one of the CE Linux Forum
projects. See http://elinux.org/Sitesupport-url, and
http://elinux.org/Project_Proposals_for_2013. We could conduct a straw
poll to find out which new features to add to Linux and members of your
group could select a feature to work on as a group.

3. Organize your group to work on adding software packages to Buildroot.
The advantage to this is that it is not technically difficult to add new
projects to Buildroot, and members of your group can get a lot of good
publicity for contributing. Ask group members to use their group email
addresses for their contributions to Open Source projects.

4. Make a github account for your group and publish the Open Source contributions by members of your group on the account. It is best to try to concentrate on one particular susbsystem or package so that members of the group can help each other and can, as a group, attain a meaningful amount of work on something specific.

5. Organize "Linux days" and distribute Live CD distributions with your group logo to get new people interested in Linux.

Your company can contribute at very low cost by hosting the local events
and paying for the group web site. You need to find students who are interested and you need to be able to offer employment to the best and brightest when they complete their studies. Your company can probably gain some good will value by advertising its sponsorship of the local Linux developers group.

Good luck,

- yba


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Request for collaboration

Kiran G <kiran@...>
 


    
Hi,

I am Kiran G and I am an embedded linux developer working in Kochi,India. I tried sending this mail to office@..., but it failed.

My company is very interested in starting a local community for Linux developers.  We are willing to conduct events  for promoting  the use of linux for development. We are planning to collaborate with local collages to encourage the use of linux as part of the carriculam and to get the students interested in embedded linux.

Is it possible to collaborate with you? If yes, do we have to join "Linux Foundation"? Can we join as a company as opposed to a single member?
If collaboration is not possible with you, can you please guide me in the right direction? Which do you suggest is a good international community to which we can "affiliate"

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks and regards,
Kiran G


Embedded Linux Conference - Call for Participation

Bird, Tim <Tim.Bird@...>
 

This time, with a subject line...
(Sorry if for the dup.)


Hello everyone,

The CE workgroup of the Linux Foundation would like to invite you
to make a presentation at our upcoming Embedded Linux Conference.
The conference will be held April 29 - May 1 in San Jose,
California.

For general information about the conference, See
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference/

For information about the call for participation, see
http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference/cfp

Please note the guidelines on the CFP page. It's usually pretty obvious
when we're reviewing the abstracts, as a program committee, who has
read the guidelines and who hasn't. :-)

ELC is the premier vendor-neutral technical conference for
embedded Linux developers. The conference is open to the public.

= Guidelines =
Presentations should be of a technical nature, covering topics
related to use of Linux in embedded systems. Topics related to
consumer electronics are particularly encouraged, but any
proposals about Linux that are of general relevance to most
embedded developers are welcome.

Presentations that are commercial advertisements or sales
pitches are not appropriate for this conference.

Presentations on the following topics are encouraged:

* Audio, Video, and Graphics systems for embedded products
* Security
* System size
* Bootup time
* Meeting real-time constraints
* Power management
* Streaming media
* Flash memory devices and filesystems
* Build systems
* Embedded distributions
* Development tools for embedded users
* Porting and CPU customizations
* Technologies related to cell phones, digital settop boxes,
televisions, cameras, handheld devices, or other CE products
* Use of Linux in actual products, practical experience and
war stories
* Standards for CE products

Most presentation slots will be 50 minutes long, including time for
questions.

Tutorials, demos, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions may also be
proposed.

The deadline for submissions is midnight February 1, 2014 PDT.

See http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/embedded-linux-conference/cfp
for additional information and details for making a proposal.

Thanks,
-- Tim

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