== CE Linux Forum Standards ==
== Open Source Projects/Mailing Lists ==
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The open project proposal [[Compressed printk messages]] evaluated this technique in
* [http://www.musl-libc.org/ musl libc] - a lightweight, fast, simple, and standards-compliant C library
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This specification creates standards for two main activities:
pointer(s) to implementation, open source project(s), POSIX specification, etc.
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Patches should follow standard open source practices. Here is a quick overview of the steps involved:
*if sending the patch to an external open source project list, please copy <code>celinux-dev</code>
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...associated with the platform, that is supported by a Linux driver under an open-source license, and that may reasonably be expected to appear in an actual
...ted by device-specific interfaces and/or automatic criteria, or may follow standards such as ACPI. This specification primarily targets reduced-power states th
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Here are some loose thoughts on Open Source contribution Return On Investment (ROI):
...) once created a game called TuxBucks which tried to model the dynamics of open source ROI.
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...atch?v=8kLFPfaxQ6U&eurl= Next-Gen Phone Interface]. There are currently no open source implementations of the OpenKODE specification, however there are Ope
...dvanced, Flash based user interfaces. Sadly though, there are currently no open source equivalents at present.
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* United Patents Open Source Zone created to help defend OSS projects from patent trolls
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...ol protocols built upon open, Internet-based communication standardization|standards.
...eless devices. It is a distributed, open architecture based on established standards such as internet protocol suite|TCP/IP, User Datagram Protocol|UDP, HTTP an
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...ress translation, thus making an already pitifully slow machine by today's standards even slower.
...backplane, meaning that the cards had to conform to the signaling and data standards of the machine they were plugged into (being little endian for instance). N
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...blets. It's the first open implementation and currently the more open. The open code consists not only of the Linux kernel side, but also the DSP operating
..., it's production ready, used on the Nokia N800 and N810, it follows Linux standards and it's close to upstream acceptance. There's code for OMAP3 but it hasn't
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* High-power consumption than dedicated hardware but supports emerging standards
**Als**layers on top of these; codec interfaces, algorithm abstraction, Open VG, OpenGL ES, audio/vide**(GStreamer) etc.
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...entor and become a part of the open source community. Many become lifetime open source developers! The 2016 student application window is March 14th to 25t
Google Summer of Code is open to post-secondary students, age 18 and older in most countries.
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The WF8000-U is a USB based WiFi module relying on the WiFi IEEE 802.11 standards. It is applied to be used on all Embest products which shall have USB inter
...<td valign="top">Google developed a platform based on Linux open-source mobile phone operating system. </td>
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...Windows-only product - the eventual aim of this project is to develop Free/Open Source GNU/Linux software, drivers and firmware suitable for controlling th
...efinder hardware with [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Open_hardware Open Hardware] that takes advantage of modern highly integrated ICs (such as the
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** Open Standards Software Programming for R-Car ADAS Solutions
** Open API for the Customer to write his own application on Arm® Cortex® -A53 pr
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The session talks about open source/hardware tools and tools for USB traffic modification. <br>
Gadget Interface and USB speed, USB Standards and hardware. <br>
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For a quick view of how the BeagleBoard relates to the open source development community, take a listen to [http://www.youtube.com/watc
...on Beagle Board. This could involve porting Rockbox (www.rockbox.org) - an open source firmware for mp3 players to Beagle Board. Additional effort would in
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== Civil Infrastructure Platform: Industrial Grade Open Source Base-Layer Development [ELCE 2017] ==
simple, small, fast, standards-compliant and powerful turn Android into a <br>
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# Advanced applications. This includes open source projects such as processing streaming media with [http://gstreamer.f
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