The schedule for the upcoming Embedded Linux Conference, which takes place on March 23-25 in San Jose, has been announced and is available publicly at http://elcabs2015.sched.org/, together with the Android Builders Summit schedule. As usual, there are lots of talks that look very interesting, so we can expect a very useful conference once again.
This time around, there will be three talks given by Bootlin engineers:
- Maxime Ripard will give an Overview of the Kernel DMAEngine Subsystem, to which he made some contributions recently, especially the writing of a documentation for it.
- Boris Brezillon will talk about MLC/TLC NAND Support: (New?) Challenges for the MTD/NAND Subsystem. Boris is Bootlin MTD and NAND expert. He has recently contributed to the official Linux kernel a driver for the NAND controller available in Allwinner processors, and made some improvements to the NAND controller driver for Freescale i.MX28 processors.
- Thomas Petazzoni will talk about The Device Tree as a Stable ABI: A Fairy Tale?, a thought on whether giving the Device Tree the position of a stable ABI is a realistic and useful thing.
So, book your tickets, and join us for the Embedded Linux Conference at the end of March!