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The Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF), a California Non-Profit Corporation, is focused on the advancement of Linux as an open source platform for consumer electronics (CE) devices. The CELF intends to operate completely within the letter and the spirit of the open source community. The CELF is a place to come and discuss various issues that are of particular importance to the CE industry. Through an open process, the CELF members will clarify and codify certain requirements to be addressed in open source software. Thereafter, the CELF will evaluate any open source submissions as to their effectiveness and responsiveness to the requirements. Open source submissions accepted by the CELF Architecture Group and Steering Committee will be incorporated into the CELF source tree, which itself is open to the public.
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[[Category:CELF]]
  
Through this open process, the CELF intends to leverage the benefits of the open source community and process to maximize the re-use of common solutions to common problems and thereby create a foundation on which the CELF members and others can build compelling networked products. We welcome you to join the CELF and work with us to realize an open platform for compelling new consumer electronics products.
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The Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF), a California Non-Profit Corporation, is focused on the advancement of Linux as an open source platform for consumer electronics (CE) devices. CELF is dedicated
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to advancing Linux through sharing information and coordinating technical activities between members and with the larger open source community. CELF has several technical working groups dedicated to key technology or product areas.  CELF employs a few contractors to work on specific projects to enhance Linux for embedded use.  All work produced by CELF and it's contractors is available under open source licenses. Also, CELF also hosts several conferences each year to disseminate information about Linux-related progress made by companies and individuals.  CELF is also a sponsor of the embedded Linux wiki (this wiki).
  
The CE Linux Forum is governed by a Board of Directors (BoD), composed of Founding and Appointed members of the forum. The Forum Office runs the day-to-day affairs of the forum, including managing this web site. The Architecture Group is the primary technical committee of the forum.
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See [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CE_Linux_Forum CE Linux Forum wikipedia entry]
  
See http://celinuxforum.org/
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== Links ==
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* [http://celinuxforum.org/ Main CELF web site]
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* [http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/FrontPage CELF Developer's wiki]
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* [[CELF_Misc|CELF Misc information]]
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== Resources ==
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* [[CELF Forum Doc Resources]]
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== Projects ==
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CELF funds a variety of contract work each year.  They are soliciting proposals for contracting
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projects for 2010 at:
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* [[CELF Open Project Proposal 2010]]
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* [[CELF Open Project Proposal 2011]]
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* [[CEWG Open Project Proposal 2012]]
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== Workgroups ==
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These are the local pages, which may be out of date...
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* [[Bootup Time Working Group]]
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* [[Mobile Phone Profile Working Group]] - is now defunct
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* [[Real Time Working Group]]
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* [[Security Working Group]]
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* [[System Size Working Group]]

Revision as of 19:30, 6 April 2012


The Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF), a California Non-Profit Corporation, is focused on the advancement of Linux as an open source platform for consumer electronics (CE) devices. CELF is dedicated to advancing Linux through sharing information and coordinating technical activities between members and with the larger open source community. CELF has several technical working groups dedicated to key technology or product areas. CELF employs a few contractors to work on specific projects to enhance Linux for embedded use. All work produced by CELF and it's contractors is available under open source licenses. Also, CELF also hosts several conferences each year to disseminate information about Linux-related progress made by companies and individuals. CELF is also a sponsor of the embedded Linux wiki (this wiki).

See CE Linux Forum wikipedia entry

Links

Resources

Projects

CELF funds a variety of contract work each year. They are soliciting proposals for contracting projects for 2010 at:

Workgroups

These are the local pages, which may be out of date...