Videos from the Fosdem conference in Brussels
For people who couldn’t go to the 2006 edition of Fosdem, one of the 2 most popular worldwide meetings for Free Software developers, or who couldn’t attend all the presentations they were interested in, Free Electrons is happy to share the below 12 videos from this event:
- Software patents, by Richard Stallman (Free Software Foundation):
video (83 minutes, 345 MB)
- SETR LiveCD, live tool for embedded development, by Hector Oron:
video (30 minutes – lacks the first 5 minutes, 93 MB)
- Optimizing the Linux kernel and applications, by
Michael Opdenacker (Free Electrons): video (49 minutes, 129 MB, slides)
- Lock-Free Data Exchange for Real-time applications, by Peter Soetens (Flander’s Mechatronics Technology Center, Leuven):
video (49 minutes, 170 MB)
- Alsa SoC layer, by Liam Girdwood (Wolfson Microelectronics):
video (37 minutes, 95 MB)
- The Maemo development platform, by Tommi Komulainen (Nokia):
video (45 minutes, 151 MB)
- Building and supporting distributions with OpenEmbedded,
by Koen Kooi (Familiar release manager):
video (48 minutes, 179 MB)
- Towards a common embedded power management solution, by
David Weinehall and Sampsa Fabritius (Nokia): video (81 minutes, 292 MB)
- Real-time patches for Linux, by Klaas van Gend (MontaVista):
video (55 minutes, 126 MB)
- SLIND, a small Debian for embedded systems, by Benjamin Collar (Siemens):
video (55 minutes, 161 MB)
- Openocd, the Open On-Chip Debugger, by Dominic Rath (University of Applied Sciences, Augsburg):
video (40 minutes, 128 MB)
- The challenge of the GNU/Linux desktop, by Jeff Waugh (Ubuntu / Gnome):
video (53 minutes, 176 MB)
See the abstracts of the presentations in the embedded track. Many other Fosdem videos can be found here.
Though most videos are related to the embedded topic, anyone could be be interested in Richard Stallman’s arguments on Software Patents as well as in Jeff Vaugh’s very entertaining keynote.
These videos are encoded in the open, royalty-free Vorbis/Theora audio/video codecs, and are available under the Creative Commons Attribution – Share Alike 2.5 license.
Many other videos from Fosdem can be found here.