CE Linux Forum Newsletter: July 2010
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In this month’s CE Linux Forum newsletter:
* Embedded Linux Conference Europe Speakers Announced
* LinuxCon Japan Schedule
* eLinux wiki Android Portal
== EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE EUROPE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED ==
We are pleased to announce that the speakers have been selected for Embedded Linux Conference Europe. There will be a great selection of presentations on topics ranging from porting and boot times to file systems, power management and real time.
for the list of sessions.
This event will be held October 27 and 28 in Cambridge, UK.
This year, we are co-located with the GStreamer conference, which will be a great gathering of developers working with this multimedia framework. The GStreamer conference will be held October 26, at the same venue as ELC-E.
Registration for both events is now open. See http://www.embeddedlinuxconference.com/elc_europe10/registration1.html
== LINUXCON JAPAN SCHEDULE ==
The schedule for LinuxCon Japan has been announced. For details, please see http://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/linuxcon-japan/schedule. You will also find several interesting items from an embedded system developer viewpoint.
CE Linux Forum is strongly endorsing LinuxCon Japan as a Platinum sponsor. In the evening of the 2nd day, September 28th, CE Linux Forum is also planning a special BoF session. We encourage you to join both of these events!
== ELINUX WIKI ANDROID PORTAL ==
Recently, the Android Portal section of the eLinux wiki has had lots of interesting content added. This section of the site is mostly maintained by Tim Bird, who has been adding material for about a year now. The portal has links to many pages covering a variety of Android system-level developer information.
Recent additions include information about the Android build system, about the boot time for an Android system, and notes about tools like smem, strace, and others.
Please feel free to use this information, and contribute your own information, as you work on Android.
CE Linux Forum is an international, open source software development community established in 2003. It is a forum of like-minded software engineers dedicated to the development and enhancement of Linux-based embedded devices through shared knowledge and collaboration. These engineers bring their ideas and finest skills to missions such as decreasing system size, startup/shutdown time, power consumption, improving compatibility to various CPU architectures, developing middleware and more.
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