2011 FOSDEM & Embedded Linux Conference videos published
The team at embedded Linux site Free Electrons have published videos from this year's Free and Open Source Software Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM) and Embedded Linux Conference (ELC). The eleventh annual FOSDEM event took place on 5 and 6 February in Brussels, Belgium, and the Embedded Linux Conference was held on 13 and 14 April at the Hotel Kabuki, San Francisco.
Videos from FOSDEM include presentations covering topics such as MeeGo and Linaro, cold boot attacks on RAM readout, Arduino and the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. Free Electrons' embedded Linux and kernel engineer Thomas Petazzoni notes that, unfortunately, slides from the speakers are not available as the FOSDEM team doesn't collect them.
Embedded Linux Conference 2011 videos feature the opening keynote by Tim Bird from Sony Network Entertainment and also cover a variety of topics, including "Identifying embedded real-time issues", "LLVM, Clang and Embedded Linux Systems", "Becoming part of the Linux kernel community" and the Yocto Project which recently saw its 1.0 release. Links to ELC slides, where appropriate, are provided.
More details, including links to view or download the videos, can be found in the blog posts linked below. All of the videos are encoded in the WebM format, which is an open, royalty-free media file format for the web that was introduced by Google in May 2010 as part of its WebM Project.
- Videos from the FOSDEM 2011 Embedded track, Free Electrons blog post.
- ELC 2011 videos, Free Electrons blog post.