ELC and ABS sessions
zach.pfeffer at linaro.org
Fri Jan 6 03:39:42 UTC 2012
Tony is submitting a DS-5 proposal.
Bero has submitted:
* Upgrading the default AOSP toolchain for 4.6 optimization
* Integrating projects using their own build system into the Android
...and would like to submit:
What Android and Embedded Linux can learn from each other
Amit is submitting:
This presentation is targeted towards audience interested in
using/testing/contributing to Linaro's Android Integration and
Back on https://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/Android/Meetings/2011-12-14 I
Porting, case studies (Mathiue, amit, Vishal)
One Community (Me)
Mathieu and Vishal, I think doing a presentation about integrating
graphics on Snowball and the challenges of integrating hardware video
on Panda would be cool.
Here are the links:
Embedded Linux Conference
Note the Submission Requirements:
1. Choose a submission type (Presentation, Panel, BoFs, Tutorial,
2. Choose the category for your proposal (Developer, Operations,
3. Select a specific topic that best describes the topic of your
proposal (See "Suggested Topics" list)
4. Provide a 150 word biography including your speaking experience
5. Prepare a 150 word abstract that briefly summarizes your proposal.
It should be split into two paragraphs:
Paragraph 1 - A brief summary of your presentation, including key highlights
Paragraph 2 - Who is your audience, what can they expect, your
speaking experience and why your presentation is important to the
Linux ecosystem and this event.
Here's what I'm going to submit:
Zach Pfeffer leads Linaro's Android Platform team. Zach has led this
group since April of 2011 and has been sharing Linaro's story at
LinuxCon in Vancouver, ELC-E in Prague and running the Android track
at Linaro Connects in Budapest, Cambridge (Cambourne), Orlando and the
upcoming San Francisco Bay. Before Linaro, Zach helped customers use
the first network processors from Vitesse, helped solve crime by
helping to build a forensic tape examiner at NIST, built VxWorks based
Pulse Pattern Generators at Picosecond Pulse Labs, worked on low-level
core-to-core chip communication in Linux and L4 and lead the Android
kernel team at Qualcomm and enabled Android-based video conferencing
equipment at Polycom.
Linaro's Android Releases
Linaro's Android Platform team releases Android builds in both
pre-compiled and source form for the Freescale iMX53, ST-Ericsson
Snowball, TI Panda, Samsung's Origen and ARM Versatile Express system.
This talk will give an overview of each build, what's come into the
builds since ELC-E in Prague and what we'd like to do by the next ELC.
We'll talk about graphics enablement, kernel upgrades, a 4.6 toolchain
overview, and enabling ICS. We'll also demonstrate how to use the
builds and give people tips for how to get involved.
Android Platform Team Lead, Linaro Platform Teams
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