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Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Network Entertainment - a subsidiary of Sony Corporation.
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Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Mobile Communications - a part of Sony Corporation.
  
 
Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the [http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/celf CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation] (formerly the [[CE Linux Forum]]).  In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.
 
Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the [http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/celf CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation] (formerly the [[CE Linux Forum]]).  In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.
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You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:
 
You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:
  
* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) am (dot) sony (dot) com.
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* e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) sonymobile (dot) com.
  
 
== Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki ==
 
== Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki ==
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This list is roughly in chronological order (most recent at top)
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* [[NFC driver notes]] - some notes about NFC drivers, chipsets, technologies, etc.
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** Used for determining if shared work can be done on the NXP PN544 driver in the Linux kernel
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* [[Kernel 3.4 to 3.10 porting guide]] - tips for porting items from version 3.4 to 3.10 of the Linux kernel
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* [[System Size Auto-Reduction]] - presentation for LCJ 2013 - wrapping up my auto-reduce work
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* [[Crash handler]] - A crash handler implementation for ARM embedded Linux
 
* [[Tim's Tips and Tricks]] - Miscelaneous development tips gleaned over the years
 
* [[Tim's Tips and Tricks]] - Miscelaneous development tips gleaned over the years
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* [[Android Boot-time Readahead]] - Some research on using the Linux read-ahead system call to decrease Android cold boot time
 
* [[Ftrace]] - with my knowledge of ftrace, this page really needs a fixup
 
* [[Ftrace]] - with my knowledge of ftrace, this page really needs a fixup
 
* [[Embedded linux status]] - list of things for embedded linux status reports (which I do frequently)
 
* [[Embedded linux status]] - list of things for embedded linux status reports (which I do frequently)
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* [[Embedded Wiki wanted features]]
 
* [[Embedded Wiki wanted features]]
 
* [[Kernel Timer Systems]] - needs a major overhaul to bring it up to date
 
* [[Kernel Timer Systems]] - needs a major overhaul to bring it up to date
 
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* [[Reasons to participate in open source]] - my own thoughts on open source contributions
* [[Android Boot-time Readahead]]
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* [[Beginning Programming]] - some links to resources for beginning programmers
* [[Beginning Programming]]
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=== Pages needing LOTS of HELP!! ===
 
=== Pages needing LOTS of HELP!! ===

Latest revision as of 22:41, 18 November 2013

Tim Bird is a Linux developer working for Sony Mobile Communications - a part of Sony Corporation.

Tim is Chair of the Architecture Group of the CE Workgroup of the Linux Foundation (formerly the CE Linux Forum). In the past, Tim worked at Lineo, Caldera, and Novell.

Current contact information

You can contact Tim at the following address, which has been made spam-resistant:

  • e-mail: tim (dot) bird (at) sonymobile (dot) com.

Bookmarks for things I'm working on in this wiki

This list is roughly in chronological order (most recent at top)

Pages needing LOTS of HELP!!

Here are some high priority candidates for work...

Samples and help

Areas of interest

Here are some things Tim is interested in on this site:

Things I want to add to the wiki

Tim's patch management tools

  • review each portal page and try to hook up material I know is orphaned

News

Free software encircles embedded design Warren Web, EDN 8/7/2008

Videos, Articles, Presentations of, by or about me