Like all conferences in these times, FOSDEM will take place as an online, virtual event. For all the FOSDEM regular attendees, it will certainly be a very different experience, and for sure, we will all miss the chocolate, waffles, beer, mussels as well as the rainy, muddy, snowy, foggy and cold weather that characterize Brussels in early February. But nevertheless, knowledge sharing and discussions must go on, and FOSDEM will take place! As usual, FOSDEM takes place the first week-end of February, on February 6-7, and the event is completely free, with no registration required.
This time around, Bootlin is once again contributing to FOSDEM:
- Thomas Petazzoni is a member of the program committee for the Embedded, Mobile and Automotive Devroom. As such, he has worked with the other members of this program committee to select the talks, define the schedule, and will help organize the talks during FOSDEM itself.
- Michael Opdenacker will give a talk on Embedded Linux “from scratch” in 45 minutes… on Risc-V, an updated version of his talk given at Live Embedded Event. This talk will take place on February 6, at 14:00 UTC+1.
- Maxime Chevallier will give a talk on Networking Performances in the Linux Kernel, Getting the most out of the Hardware, sharing his experience working on embedded networking hardware. This talk will take place on February 7, at 13:00 UTC+1.
Make sure to check out the rest of the Embedded Devroom schedule, as well as the overall FOSDEM schedule.