The Embedded Linux Conference Europe will take place on October 13-15 in Düsseldorf, Germany. As usual, a large part of the Free Electrons engineering team will participate to the conference, with no less than 7 engineers: Alexandre Belloni, Boris Brezillon, Grégory Clement, Michael Opdenacker, Thomas Petazzoni, Maxime Ripard and Antoine Ténart.
Several of our talk proposals have been accepted, so we’ll be presenting about the following topics:
- The DRM/KMS Subsystem From a Newbie’s Point of View, by Boris Brezillon, reporting from his experience developing the DRM/KMS driver for the Atmel SAMA5 LCD controller.
- Supporting a New ARM Platform: The Allwinner Example, by Maxime Ripard, an updated version of the talk he gave at ELC about support for the Allwinner SoCs in the mainline Linux kernel.
- Buildroot: A Deep Dive Into The Core, by Thomas Petazzoni, a new talk about Buildroot that will allow the audience to get a detailed understanding of Buildroot internals.
- Two years of ARM SoC Support Mainlining: Lessons Learned, by Thomas Petazzoni, an updated version of the talk he gave at ELC about the experience of mainlining Linux kernel support for several Marvell ARM processors.
In addition to this participation to the Embedded Linux Conference Europe:
- Many of us will also participate to the Linux Plumbers conference, on October 15-17. It’s another great opportunity to talk about topics around real-time, power management, storage, multimedia, and more.
- Thomas Petazzoni will participate to the next Buildroot Developers Meeting.
As usual, we’re looking forward to this event! Do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you’re interested in meeting us during these events for specific discussions.