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GStreamer & automated testing in Lyon

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Mark Filion
October 30, 2019

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Following three days at Embedded Linux Conference Europe, Collaborans are continuing their stay in the capital of France’s Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region to take part the annual GStreamer Conference, as well as the Automated Testing Summit.

Our entire multimedia team will be attending the GStreamer Conference, which takes place at L'Embarcadère on October 31 & November 1. They'll be presenting no less than a dozen times during the conference, on topics including RTP jitter buffer timers, network streaming protocols and PipeWire in the automotive industry. Read below for details & links to each of their talks.

Back at the Palais des congrès de Lyon where ELCE took place, Gustavo Padovan, Linux Core Technologies Lead, will be taking part in the Automated Testing Summit on October 31. KernelCI will undoubtedly be a hot topic and heavily discussed as it became a Linux Foundation project just a few days ago.

If you are planning on taking part in either of these events, please don't hesitate to come say hello to one of the Collaborans that will be there!

GStreamer Conference

Thursday, October 31 (all times in CEST)

Friday, November 1 (all times in CEST)

Please visit the GStreamer Conference 2019 website for the full schedule. See you there!

 

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