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== Linux in Infrastructure ==
 
== Linux in Infrastructure ==
 
* This project aims to address requiremens for using Linux in civil and societal infrastructure projects
 
* This project aims to address requiremens for using Linux in civil and societal infrastructure projects
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* Presentation material is available at the following.
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** [[Media:Applying Linux to the Civil Infrastructure-LinuxCon Japan 2015.pdf|"Applying Linux to the Civil Infrastructure"]]
  
 
== eLinux wiki ==
 
== eLinux wiki ==
 
* The CE Workgroup continues to support this wiki, which has lots of information valuable to embedded Linux developers
 
* The CE Workgroup continues to support this wiki, which has lots of information valuable to embedded Linux developers
 
** This includes technical presentations from the last 10 years of Embedded Linux Conference events, as well as wiki pages for lots of technical areas and CEWG's projects
 
** This includes technical presentations from the last 10 years of Embedded Linux Conference events, as well as wiki pages for lots of technical areas and CEWG's projects

Latest revision as of 18:05, 4 June 2015

The following projects are being presented by the CE Workgroup at LinuxCon Japan 2015

Please come by our booth to talk to CE Workgroup representatives about these projects. Our booth is located just outside the keynote hall.

LTSI Test Project

Shared Embedded Linux Distribution

Device Mainlining Project

  • This project aims to reduce the amount of out-of-tree code for Consumer Electronics projects (particularly mobile devices)
    • Research shows that, on average, a mobile product based on Linux and Android has about 2 million lines of code out-of-mainline
    • The main web page for this project is: CE Workgroup Device Mainlining Project
    • Key activities include:
      • Promotion of best practices for corporate guidance (e.g. the white paper)
      • Collection and organization of links to mainlining tutorials and training materials
      • Development of tools and information to assist companies with mainlining-related tasks
      • Mainlining status analysis tools (see https://github.com/tbird20d/upstream-analysis-tools)
      • Quantification of costs associated with out-of-tree code
      • Providing assistance for upstream maintainers
  • The new "Overcoming Obstacles to Mainlining" white paper is published at LinuxCon Japan 2015 (June 3, 2015)

Linux in Infrastructure

eLinux wiki

  • The CE Workgroup continues to support this wiki, which has lots of information valuable to embedded Linux developers
    • This includes technical presentations from the last 10 years of Embedded Linux Conference events, as well as wiki pages for lots of technical areas and CEWG's projects