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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
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* Location: Ede, Netherlands  
Location: Ede, Netherlands  
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* Date: November 8 (Saturday), 2008  
Date: November 8 (Saturday), 2008  
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* Times: 10 am to 5 pm  
Times: 10 am to 5 pm  
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* Venue: tbd  
Venue: tbd  
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* Price: Free  
Price: Free  
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* Attendees: Attendance is by invitation. If you are interested in attending, please contact Rahul Saxena: rahul dot saxena at intel.com or Tim Bird: tim dot bird at am.sony.com
Attendees: Attendance is by invitation. If you are interested in attending, please contact Rahul Saxena: rahul dot saxena atintel.com or Tim Bird: tim dot bird at am.sony.com
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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==

Revision as of 18:54, 1 July 2008

Introduction

The CE Linux Forum is hosting the second Open Source DLNA Summit, in Ede Netherlands, November 8 2008.


This summit is co-located at the same venue as Embedded Linux Conference Europe.

(Note that registration in Embedded Linux Conference is not required for attending the DLNA Summit)

Purpose

The primary purpose of this conference is to facilitate the meeting and sharing of information among several parties interested in open source implementations of the DLNA specifications. These includes open source developers, product developers who might use these implementations, representatives from the DLNA organization or from related companies (certification and testing labs), and from members of the CE Linux Forum who are interested in this work.

This page has information about the summit. It will be updated as more information becomes available.

The CE Linux Forum is interested in promoting and supporting work in this area, for eventual use in Linux-based CE products. It is hoped that by collaborating we can avoid duplication of effort, strengthen interoperability between implementations, and help accelerate the development of robust and feature-full solutions. During this summit we also want to gauge the interest level for holding such events in the future and discuss ideas for making them more productive.

Overview

  • Location: Ede, Netherlands
  • Date: November 8 (Saturday), 2008
  • Times: 10 am to 5 pm
  • Venue: tbd
  • Price: Free
  • Attendees: Attendance is by invitation. If you are interested in attending, please contact Rahul Saxena: rahul dot saxena at intel.com or Tim Bird: tim dot bird at am.sony.com

Agenda

List of presentation and discussion topics:

  • Specification Roadmap
  • Status of DLNA OSS Projects
  • Industry input on DLNA stack feature priorities and problem areas
  • CELF sponsorship and support of OSS projects, contract work etc
  • Open sourcing of DLNA stacks from CE companies
  • Ideas on collaboration: Code sharing, partitioning problem space etc
  • Certification Processes and Tools
  • Hardware availability: Development and Test hardware
  • DLNA Plug Fests
  • Share compliance experiences e.g. PS3 war stories
  • Future Summit discussion: Need for such a summit, agenda Ideas, mail lists, new invitees etc


Short (Upto 30 minutes) presentations on above or similar topics are welcome and encouraged. Though Pre-submission of presentations is not required, please inform Rahul Saxena (rahul dot saxena at intel.com) if you plan to present.


Attendees

List of Attendees (To be updated)

Venue/Hotel Information

This summit is co-located at the same venue as Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE). Please see the following ELCE conference web sites for Venu and Hotel information

Link to more resources

More information about open source DLNA projects is available on the elinux wiki at:

http://elinux.org/DLNA_Open_Source_Projects

Link to 2007 DLNA Summit website:

http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/DLNASummit