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== International Technical Jamboree ==
 
== International Technical Jamboree ==
 
CELF is hosting an International Technical Jamboree on 14th and 15th June in Yokohama Japan.  This is a technical conference to share knowledge and experience related to Linux and its use in consumer electronics devices.  This is an open conference; all information is shared and any code presented must be available under an Open Source Initiative accepted license (preferably GPL or LGPL).
 
CELF is hosting an International Technical Jamboree on 14th and 15th June in Yokohama Japan.  This is a technical conference to share knowledge and experience related to Linux and its use in consumer electronics devices.  This is an open conference; all information is shared and any code presented must be available under an Open Source Initiative accepted license (preferably GPL or LGPL).
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== Call for Sessions ==
 
== Call for Sessions ==
- To propose a session topic, please send e-mail to the Jamboree coordinator.
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* To propose a session topic, please send e-mail to the Jamboree coordinator.
- 9 Slots (80 minutes each) for sessions are planned.
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* 9 Slots (80 minutes each) for sessions are planned.
- All sessions should be conducted in English.
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* All sessions should be conducted in English.
- Anyone can propose to present a session.
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* Anyone can propose to present a session.
  - Non-CELF members are eligible to host sessions.
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** Non-CELF members are eligible to host sessions.
  
 
== Venue ==
 
== Venue ==
- At [http://www.interconti.co.jp/yokohama/ Yokohama Grand Intercontinental Hotel].
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* At [http://www.interconti.co.jp/yokohama/ Yokohama Grand Intercontinental Hotel].
  - [http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/ic/1/en/hd/yokha Hotel Homepage in English]
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* [http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/ic/1/en/hd/yokha Hotel Homepage in English]
  - Hotel reservation form : [[Media:Hotel_Reservation_Form_Y.pdf]]
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* Hotel reservation form : [[Media:Hotel_Reservation_Form_Y.pdf]]
  - '''Please note that the special room price for attendees of this event is available for bookings received before 25th May.'''
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* '''Please note that the special room price for attendees of this event is available for bookings received before 25th May.'''
  - [[Transportation Guide To Intercontinental Yokohama]]
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* [[Transportation Guide To Intercontinental Yokohama]]
  
 
== Time Slots ==
 
== Time Slots ==
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- All sessions on day 2 are open to members and non-members, '''except''' the session from 16:30 (4:30pm) to 17:00.
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* All sessions on day 2 are open to members and non-members, '''except''' the session from 16:30 (4:30pm) to 17:00.
- Sorry for my mistake in indicating the dates.  The dates are 13th (Mon) and 14th (Tue) which are corrected on 17th May.
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* Sorry for my mistake in indicating the dates.  The dates are 13th (Mon) and 14th (Tue) which are corrected on 17th May.

Revision as of 14:07, 8 March 2007

International Technical Jamboree

CELF is hosting an International Technical Jamboree on 14th and 15th June in Yokohama Japan. This is a technical conference to share knowledge and experience related to Linux and its use in consumer electronics devices. This is an open conference; all information is shared and any code presented must be available under an Open Source Initiative accepted license (preferably GPL or LGPL).

NOTE: No previous registration required. No admittance fee required

Call for Sessions

  • To propose a session topic, please send e-mail to the Jamboree coordinator.
  • 9 Slots (80 minutes each) for sessions are planned.
  • All sessions should be conducted in English.
  • Anyone can propose to present a session.
    • Non-CELF members are eligible to host sessions.

Venue

Time Slots

Day (1) 13th June
Time Item
09:00-10:20 Technical overview of Qt (our C++ GUI/app. framework) and its porting to embedded Linux- by John Ryland (Trolltech)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail1-1
Coffe Break
10:30-11:50 Making Mobile Phone with CE Linux- by Masashige Mizuyama(Panasonic Mobile Communications)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail1-2 :) Presentation Material Available
12:30-13:20 Writing custom gfx_driver for Direct FB- by Katsuya Matsubara(Renesas/iGel)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail1-3 :) Presentation Material Available
13:30-15:00 Technical Discussion: "Experiences with Open Embedded and the OMAP5912 Starter Kit"- by Steve Johnson(Matsushita/Panasonic)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail1-4 :) Presentation Material Available
Coffe Break
15:10-15:50 Technical Discussion: "Learning the Kernel, and Finding Performance Problems, with KFI"- by Tim Bird (Sony)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail1-5 :) Presentation Material Available
16:00-17:20 Technical Discussion: "devicelinux.org, a brand new open source effort aiming at creating an easy-to-deploy Linux platform for embedded devices"- by Markku Ursin -Detail: ITJ2005Detail1-6 :) Presentation Material Available
  • All sessions on day 1 are open to members and non-members alike.
Day (2) 14th June
Time Item
09:00-10:20 Technical Discussion 1: Xv FAT File System Development'Detail: Xv Fat Discussion :) Presentation Material Available'Technical Discussion 2: Fast Boot/Shutdown with Power Management FunctionDetail: ITJ2005Detail2-1 :) Presentation Material Available- by Hiroyuki Machida (Sony)
Coffe Break
10:30-11:50 Technical Discussion: "UHAPI 4Linux, an Open Source implementation of the Universal Home API"- by John Vugts (Philips) and Arjen Klomp (Logica CMG)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail2-2 :) Presentation Material Available
13:00-14:20 Technical Discussion: "Embedded Linux Packaging and Development Toolkit for Consumer Electronics"- by Heung Nam Kim (ETRI)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail2-3 :) Presentation Material Available
Coffe Break
14:30-15:50 Technical Discussion: "Linux Kernel Tracer"- by Toru Nojiri (Hitachi)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail2-4 :) Presentation Material Available
16:00-16:30 Special Session: "Ottawa Linux Symposium and CE Linux Forum"- by Tim Bird (Architecture Group Chair)- Detail : ITJ2005Detail2-5 :) Presentation Material Available
16:30-17:00 CE Linux Forum Plenary Meeting (Forum Members limited)
17:00-19:00 CE Linux Forum, 2nd Anniversary Party (Non forum members are also welcomed. Free of charge)
  • All sessions on day 2 are open to members and non-members, except the session from 16:30 (4:30pm) to 17:00.
  • Sorry for my mistake in indicating the dates. The dates are 13th (Mon) and 14th (Tue) which are corrected on 17th May.