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FOSDEM finalizes embedded track sessions

Jan 26, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

The program of events has been finalized for the Embedded Operating System Development track of the Free and Open Source Developers' European Meeting, Feb. 20-21, 2004 in Brussels, Belgium. The two-day program includes 10 sessions, most all of which relate to embedded Linux and/or open source software.

Below is a list of sessions and times

  • Saturday, Feb. 21
    • 1-2PM: Tom Rini, “Lessons learned: Embedded Linux Development”
    • 2-3PM: Patrick Pelgrims, “Closed and Open Source CPU's for embedded systems”
    • 3-4PM: Jiri Gaisler, “leon : an open source CPU core”
    • 4-5PM: Panel Debate: GPL licensing in Embedded Systems (Panelists TBD)

  • Sunday, Feb. 22, 2004
    • 10:30-11:15AM: David Glaude: “LCDproc, ready for the embedded market?”
    • 11:15AM – 12PM: Benjamin Henrion: “Hacking Consumer Electronics with Free Software”
    • 12-1PM: wookey: “YAFFS : a NAND Flash file system”
    • 1-2PM: lunch
    • 2-3PM: Matthew Allum: “X not on the Desktop”
    • 3-4PM: Philippe De Swert: “Using the Debian Tools and the Stag framework for embedded development”
    • 4-5PM: Venkata Jagana: “Enabling the IBM Linux WristWatch as an embedded Mobile Node in IPv6 networks”

Session abstracts are available here.

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