Embedded Linux Conference 2018 Wraps Up In Portland
Slides from many of the sessions for the three-day Linux Foundation event are online for those interested. But unfortunately no word on audio/video recordings.
The slides from Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit are available via the schedule area by going to the desired page and hovering over a given session or clicking on it... For all sessions where slides are available, they are then prominently displayed.
In going through the material myself, some of what I found most interesting was:
- Imad Sousou of Intel OTC launching the Sound Open Firmware project and making remarks that we could potentially be seeing more open firmware come out of Intel.
- Samsung's work on Enlightenment EFL 2.0 with a new unified API and better language bindings.
- Robert Foss of Collabora presented about embedded GPU drivers for Linux. Though if you keep up-to-date on all your Phoronix reading, there isn't too much new material in there.
- Google and others were talking about the new LinuxBoot / NERF project. LinuxBoot as a reminder is about replacing some firmware with Linux code.
- Mark Janes of Intel's Linux driver team was talking about FrameRetreace as the APITraced-based solution they have been working on.