Final call for ELC registration and showcase proposals
Tim Bird <tim.bird@...>
Embedded Linux Conference is just around the corner -
February 20-22 in San Francisco.
We're very excited about our technical content again this year.
We've got keynotes by developers at Google, Intel and SpaceX, talking
about some of the most exciting uses of embedded Linux: self-driving cars,
spacecraft and the challenges of the internet of things.
This is the place to learn more about the industry's leading
initiatives, such as LTSI, the Yocto Project and Open Embedded,
the current status of Linaro's work, and recent advances in flash
Of course there will be detailed presentations on all kinds of
technical areas of kernel and system development, such as:
* graphics and video
* kernel testing, debugging and tools
* board bringup
* board support development and maintenance
* hard and soft realtime
* power management
* memory management
* core libraries (uclibc, eglibc)
Also covered will be diverse topics such as licensing issues
and how to promote your open source project.
We'll have some great "hallway" tracks, including areas for
discussions of specific technical areas - called "Tech Zones".
ELC is the place where you can talk to others with similar
problems and learn how they fixed them. I've saved myself weeks
of development effort with a single nugget of information gleaned
from ELC. You can too!
Please check out the details here:
There are still slots open for the technical showcase. If you
have something you want to show others, whether formal or informal,
just bring it to the event! We'll print a poster for you, and you
can get exposure for your project or idea! See
http://elinux.org/ELC_2013_Technical_Showcase to sign up.
I'm looking forward to another great year interacting with
all of you. Please join me in San Francisco in a few weeks.
Architecture Group Chair, CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation
Senior Staff Engineer, Sony Network Entertainment
On 02/06/2013 12:08:40 PM, Tim Bird wrote:
Hi everyone,I still can't find a link from the Linux Foundation's CELF website to where I should submit my talk outline. I emailed it to you, but it's still not on
Dunno if ascii text qualifies (I never got around to doing pretty slides), but just in case you're interested:
(Links inline to all the web pages I showed on the screen.)