ELC 2012 Presentations

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Presenters, Demo-ers, Participants: Thanks very much for your participation in Linux Foundation's Embedded Linux Conference 2012.

This page is for collecting the presentations that were made at the conference. During and after the conference we will collect materials from the presenters and place them here. Please watch this page if you are interested in a particular presentation - and if it doesn't show up, please send me and email and we'll try to track it down.

Videos

Videos for ELC2012 from the Linux Foundation can be found at ELC2012 Videos. Free Electrons also took video recordings of the talks, and plans to make them available shortly.

Instructions

Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page. (See Instructions below the tables)

Table of Presentations

NOTE: If you add a wikilink to your presentation and attempt to upload it via the link, it may fail. If it does, use the Special:Upload page to upload your file.

Keynotes

Keynotes
Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Jon Corbett, Editor at LWN.net The Kernel Report The Kernel Report ELC2012
Mike Anderson, CTO at The PTR Group The Internet of Things The Internet of Things


Presenters

Presentations
Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Day 1, 9:30am
Loïc Pallardy Saving the Power Consumption of the Unused Memory PDF
Bernhard Rosenkränzer, Linaro What Android and Embedded Linux Can Learn From Each Other PDF
Ricardo Salveti de Araujo, Linaro Ubuntu on ARM: Improvements and Optimizations Done By Linaro PDF
Day 1, 11:30am
Zach Pfeffer, Linaro Binary Blobs Attack PDF
Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics Close Encounters of the Upstream Resource PDF
Daniel Hursh, IBM Open Source Automated Test Framework PDF
Day 1, 2:00pm
Saul Wold, Intel The Yocto Project Overview and Update PDF
Embedded Linux Pitfalls Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics, Inc. PDF
Vincent Guittot, Linaro Comparing Power Saving Techniques For Multicore ARM Platforms PDF
Day 1, 3:00pm
Tim Bird, Sony Network Entertainment Status of Embedded Linux PDF
Bruce Ashfield, Wind River A View From the Trenches: Embedded Functionality and How It Impacts Multi-Arch Kernel Maintenance PDF
R Durgadoss, Intel PeakCurrent Management in x86-Based Smartphones PDF
Day 1, 4:15pm
Matt Porter, Texas Instruments Passing Time With SPI Framebuffer Driver PDF
Wookey, Linaro Multiarch and Why You Should Care: Running, Installing and Crossbuilding With Multiple Architectures PDF SOURCE
Amit Daniel Kachhap, Linaro/Samsung A New Simplified Thermal Framework For ARM Platforms PDF
Day 1, 5:15pm
Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC On The Road: To Provide the Long-Term Stable Linux For The Industry PDF
Thomas P. Abraham, Samsung Electronics Experiences With Device Tree Support Development For ARM-Based SOC's PDF
Paul E. McKenney, IBM Making RCU Safe For Battery-Powered Devices PDF
Day 2, 10:30am
Thomas Petazzoni, Free Electrons Buildroot: A Nice, Simple, and Efficient Embedded Linux Build System PDF
Steven Rostedt, Red Hat Automated Testing with ktest.pl (Embedded Edition) PDF
David VomLehn, Cisco Intricacies of a MIPS Stack Backtrace Implementation PDF
Day 2, 11:30am
Edward Hervey, Collabora GStreamer 1.0: No Longer Compromise Flexibility For Performance PDF
Steven Rostedt, Red Hat Automated Testing with ktest.pl (Embedded Edition) (Cont.) PDF
Tim Bird, Sony Network Entertainment Embedded-Appropriate Crash Handling in Linux PDF
Day 2, 2:00pm
Arnd Bergmann, Linaro ARM Subarchitecture Status PDF
Mark Gisi, Wind River Systems The Power of SPDX - Sharing Critical Licensing Information Within a Linux Device Supply Chain PDF
Yoshitake Kobayashi, Toshiba Ineffective and Effective Ways To Find Out Latency Bottlenecks With Ftrace PDF
Day 2, 3:00pm
Ohad Ben-Cohen, Wizery / Texas Instruments Using virtio to Talk With Remote Processors PDF
Elizabeth Flanagan, Intel Embedded License Compliance Patterns and Antipatterns PDF
David Anders, Texas Instruments Board Bringup: LCD and Display Interfaces PDF
Day 2, 4:15pm
Rob Clark, Texas Instruments DMA Buffer Sharing: An Introduction PDF
Ken Tough, Intrinsyc Linux on eMMC: Optimizing For Performance PDF
Paul Larson, Linaro LAVA Project Update PDF
Day 2, 5:15pm
Jeff Osier-Mixon, Intel Yocto Project Community (BoFs) No Slides
Frank Rowand, Sony Network Entertainment Real Time (BoFs) PDF
Mike Turquette, Texas Instruments Common Clock Framework (BoFs) PDF
Day 3, 9:00am
Hunyue Yau, HY Research LLC Userland Tools and Techniques For Linux Board Bring-Up and Systems Integration PDF
Matt Weber, Rockwell Collins Inc. Optimizing the Embedded Platform Using OpenCV PDF
Greg Ungerer, McAfee M68K: Life in the Old Architecture PDF
Day 3, 10:00am
Gary Bisson, Adeneo Embedded Useful USB Gadgets on Linux PDF
Jason Kridner, Texas Instruments GUIs: Coming To Uncommon Goods Near You PDF
Mike Anderson, The PTR Group Adapting Your Network Code For IPv6 Support PDF
Day 3,11:30pm
Koen Kooi, The Angstrom Distribution Producing the Beaglebone and Supporting It No Paper - see video
Danny Bennett, basysKom GmbH HTML5 in a Plasma-Active World PDF
Marcin Mielczarczyk, Tieto Getting the First Open Source GSM Stack in Linux PDF
Day 3, 2:00pm
Pierre Tardy, Intel PyTimechart Practical PDF
Linus Walleij, ST-Ericsson Pin Control Subsystem Overview PDF
Khem Raj, OpenEmbedded Project OpenEmbedded - A Layered Approach PDF
Day 3, 3:00pm
Lucas De Marchi, ProFUSION Embedded Systems Managing Kernel Modules With kmod PDF
Jean Pihet, NewOldBits A New Model for the System and Devices Latency PDF
Pintu Kumar, Samsung Controlling Linux Memory Fragmentation and Higher Order Allocation Failure: Analysis, Observations and Results PDF


Workshops

Workshops
Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Karim J. Yaghmour Embedded Android Workshop PDF


Instructions for Presenters

Please create a link in the table for your presentation, copying the style of other links. (You may need to create an account in order to edit the wiki or upload files.)

When you have created the link, click on it to upload the file containing your slides.