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Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Mobile Communications - a part of Sony Corporation.
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Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Corporation.
  
Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the [http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/celf CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation] (formerly the [[CE Linux Forum]]).  In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.
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Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the [https://wiki.linuxfoundation.org/celp/start Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation] (formerly the [[CE Linux Forum]]).  In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.  Tim was the Chief Technical Officer of Lineo, an early pioneer in the Embedded Linux industry. 
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Tim has worked with Linux for over 25 years (since 1993). 
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In his career at Sony and in work at the Linux Foundation, Tim has worked on reducing Linux system size, on reducing boot time for the Linux kernel, and on initiatives to help companies upstream their kernel development work and participate in the Linux community.
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He is currently the maintainer of the [[Fuego]], and is involved in efforts to promote standards for [[Automated Testing]] of open source systems.
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He has given numerous talks and keynotes at Linux conferences, and created the Embedded Linux Conference and Automated Testing Summit.
  
 
== Current contact information ==
 
== Current contact information ==
 
You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:
 
You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:
  
* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) sonymobile (dot) com.
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* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) sony (dot) com.
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== Presentations ==
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See [[Tim Bird's Presentations]] for a list of presentations given by Tim Bird over the years.
  
 
== Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki ==
 
== Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki ==
 
This list is roughly in chronological order (most recent at top)
 
This list is roughly in chronological order (most recent at top)
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* [[Categorized Videos Proposal]] - some musings on a set of pages with links to talks organized by topic
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* [[Tims Board Farm]] - notes on my own board farm and board management issues
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* [[Tips for ELC presentation proposals]] - My own tips to write a good talk abstract
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* [[Board Farm]] - ideas for standards for Board Farm management software for Linux
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* [[ELC Game Ideas]]
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* [[Graphics Systems for Embedded Linux]] - list of alternative graphics systems for embedded Linux projects
 
* [[Tim's Kernel Issue List]] - List of things that need to be fixed or worked on in the kernel
 
* [[Tim's Kernel Issue List]] - List of things that need to be fixed or worked on in the kernel
* [[Jenkins-based Test Automation]] - LTSI test framework
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* [[Fuego]] - LTSI test framework
 
* [[CE Workgroup Device Mainlining Project]] - information, task lists, links to phone source diffs, etc for this CEWG project
 
* [[CE Workgroup Device Mainlining Project]] - information, task lists, links to phone source diffs, etc for this CEWG project
 
* [[Drone Demo 2015]] - Notes on a possible drone demo for ELC 2015
 
* [[Drone Demo 2015]] - Notes on a possible drone demo for ELC 2015
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== Areas of interest ==
 
== Areas of interest ==
 
Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:
 
Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:
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* Japan Jamboree 2020 schedule:
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** Jamboree 72: March 6
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** Jamboree 73: June 5
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** Jamboree 74: September 18
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** Jamboree 75: Dec 20
 
* [[Other wikis]] - a list of other wikis to examine the design of
 
* [[Other wikis]] - a list of other wikis to examine the design of
 
* [http://www.linuxworld.com/news/2006/120606-closed-modules1.html?page=1 Good article on US case law related to closed-source kernel modules]
 
* [http://www.linuxworld.com/news/2006/120606-closed-modules1.html?page=1 Good article on US case law related to closed-source kernel modules]

Latest revision as of 16:09, 21 July 2020

Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Corporation.

Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation (formerly the CE Linux Forum). In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell. Tim was the Chief Technical Officer of Lineo, an early pioneer in the Embedded Linux industry.

Tim has worked with Linux for over 25 years (since 1993). In his career at Sony and in work at the Linux Foundation, Tim has worked on reducing Linux system size, on reducing boot time for the Linux kernel, and on initiatives to help companies upstream their kernel development work and participate in the Linux community. He is currently the maintainer of the Fuego, and is involved in efforts to promote standards for Automated Testing of open source systems. He has given numerous talks and keynotes at Linux conferences, and created the Embedded Linux Conference and Automated Testing Summit.

Current contact information

You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:

  • e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) sony (dot) com.

Presentations

See Tim Bird's Presentations for a list of presentations given by Tim Bird over the years.

Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki

This list is roughly in chronological order (most recent at top)

Pages needing LOTS of HELP!!

Here are some high priority candidates for work...

Samples and help

Areas of interest

Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:

Things I want to add to the wiki

Tim's patch management tools

  • review each portal page and try to hook up material I know is orphaned

News

Free software encircles embedded design Warren Web, EDN 8/7/2008

Videos, Articles, Presentations of, by or about me