Demo at the technical showcase at LDS?
michael.opdenacker at free-electrons.com
Mon Mar 28 15:54:28 UTC 2011
We are looking for volunteers who could run demos and short tutorials at
the technical showcase we are organizing at LDS.
In particular, we hope that the landing teams will be able to show the
newest community boards in action, which almost nobody has seen in real
life yet. Here are suggestions:
* Power management demos, showing suspend/resume/hibernation and the
time they take, measuring power on the board, using powerdebug...
* Debugging quick tutorial
* perf demos
* Toolchain performance benchmarks
* Video codec performance benchmarks
* Demos of new QEMU targets
* linaro-media-create quick tutorial
* Device tree demo
* Linaro Android Build Service
* ... and anything useful you could think of, typically advertising
for your contributions to Linaro!
The main goal would be to advertise our work, both internally and
externally, and then start interesting discussions, and hopefully end up
with improvements and new ideas.
We will try to videotape some demos and publish them on YouTube if
appropriate. There should also be a vote for the best demos and prizes
will be given away.
I let Kiko and others add their own suggestions.
See https://wiki.linaro.org/Events/2011-05-LDS/Showcase/ for details
about the event.
Thanks in advance,
Michael Opdenacker, Free Electrons
Kernel, drivers, real-time and embedded Linux
development, consulting, training and support.
+ 33 621 604 642
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