Core Embedded Linux Project

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The Core Embedded Linux Project of the Linux Foundation is focused on the advancement of Linux as an open source platform for embedded devices. The Core Embedded Linux Project is dedicated to advancing Linux through sharing information and coordinating technical activities between members and with the larger open source community. The CELP employs contractors to work on specific projects to enhance Linux for embedded use. All work produced by CELP and it's contractors is available under open source licenses. Also, the CELP also organizes several conferences each year to disseminate information about Linux-related progress made by companies and individuals. The CELP is also a sponsor of the embedded Linux wiki (this wiki).

This organization was renamed in 2016 from it's previous name of CE Workgroup. That workgroup was formed in 2011 in the Linux Foundation from the companies that made up the former CE Linux Forum.



  • celinux-dev mailing list
    • This is the main technical mailing list where CE issues are discussed. Note that this list does not replace mailing lists for individual technical areas or software. Do not send support questions to this list.


The CELP funds a variety of contract work each year. Project under consideration for 2016 are at: