Session:The Relationship Between kernel.org Development and the Use of Linux for Embedded Applications ELC 2008

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Session Details

Event 
ELC 2008 (Mountain View)
Date 
April 16 2008
Presenter 
Andrew Morton
Organization
Google
Slides 
Media:Morton-elc-08.ppt
Video 
http://free-electrons.com/pub/video/2008/elc/elc2008-andrew-morton-keynote.ogg
Duration 
55 minutes

Abstract

Andrew will summarize the kernel.org development and decision-making processes. Special focus will be placed upon how they impact the developers of Linux for embedded products, including the economics of using a modern kernel versus staying on a frozen older kernel version, and the economics of maintaining private patchsets versus merging work back into the public kernel. For those who choose to work with the kernel.org team, Andrew will look at how that can most effectively be done. Andrew works with Linus Torvalds and other members of the Linux development community (including open source developers and distribution vendors and industry contributors) to shepherd new features and quality improvements into the Linux kernel.

Biography

Andrew has worked at Nortel Networks' R&D labs, and Digeo Interactive, a maker of digital home entertainment products. He is currently employed by Google, working fulltime on the Linux kernel. His long experience with Linux development, and experience in the embedded realm, give Andrew a unique and valuable perspective on the issues facing embedded Liux developers.

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