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Greg KH has a great presentation about how the community works, with links to references for getting started:
 
Greg KH has a great presentation about how the community works, with links to references for getting started:
 
* [https://github.com/gregkh/kernel-development/blob/master/kernel-development.pdf?raw=true Linux Kernel Development (pdf)]
 
* [https://github.com/gregkh/kernel-development/blob/master/kernel-development.pdf?raw=true Linux Kernel Development (pdf)]
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An older talk (2008) by Andrew Morton discusses the reasons to contribute, and best practices for contributing to the upstream kernel
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=== Training, tutorials and challenges ===
 
=== Training, tutorials and challenges ===

Revision as of 21:59, 6 June 2014

This page has information for embedded developers about mainlining patches to the Linux kernel.

General Resources

Presentations

Greg KH has a great presentation about how the community works, with links to references for getting started:

An older talk (2008) by Andrew Morton discusses the reasons to contribute, and best practices for contributing to the upstream kernel

Training, tutorials and challenges

  • The Outreach Program For Women has an excellent tutorial on the steps for contributing one's first patch to the kernel

Specific Projects