As we announced in an earlier blog post, the entire Bootlin engineering team was at the Embedded Linux Conference Europe and Linux Plumbers Conference last week in Düsseldorf.
In addition to attending many talks, meeting developers of the embedded Linux community and therefore keeping us up-to-date with the most recent developments in this domain, we also gave a number of talks, for which the slides are now available:
- The DRM/KMS Subsystem From a Newbie’s Point of View by Boris Brezillon. Slides available as PDF and source code.
- Supporting a New ARM Platform: The Allwinner Example by Maxime Ripard. Slides available as PDF and source code.
- Buildroot: A Deep Dive Into The Core by Thomas Petazzoni. Slides available as PDF and source code.
- Two years of ARM SoC Support Mainlining: Lessons Learned by Thomas Petazzoni. Slides available as PDF and source code.
All the slides of the conference are also available on the event site of the Linux Foundation, and all talks have been video-recorded by the Linux Foundation so hopefully videos should become available in the near future.
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thanks to all of the members at FreeElectrons for giving us the oportunity of having access to such a valuable material. Thanks a lot again.
As regard the ELCE and Linux Plumbers conferences, I’m not pretty sure if there is access to the videos, at least I’m not able to find them.
Thanks in advance for any kind of feedback.
Good job guys.