October 22, 2020
Following a great virtual ELC & Open Source Summit North America last June/July, Collabora will be attending their European counterparts, Open Source Summit Europe & Embedded Linux Conference Europe, which take place next week, from October 26 to October 29.
"The 4-day event is dedicated to everything open source and will showcase a program of 250+ talks (conference session, tutorials, BoFs and keynotes) across tracks covering Linux Systems, IoT, AI, Cloud & Cloud Native, OS Dependability, OS Databases, Diversity & Inclusion, OS Leadership, Open Source Program Office Management (TODO) and the Embedded Linux Conference."
Collaborans will once again be actively participating in the week's activities with no less than 8 presentations on topics including fuzzing Linux drivers with syzkaller, efficient syscall emulation on Linux, demystifying Linux kernel initcalls, creating Debian-based embedded systems in the Cloud using debos, simplifying and reusing your driver's code with regmaps, the new Futux2() system call, and the state of Linux gaming. You can find the details for all of these presentations below.
In addition, Guillaume Tucker will be leading a BoF on the latest around KernelCI, Helen Koike will be joining the Outreachy Linux kernel internship report panel, and Guy Lunardi will be taking part in the discussion following the presentation by Lars Geyer-Blaumeiser (Bosch.IO), "Do We Need an Industrial Grade Linux?"
If you are planning on attending, please come say hello at our online booth in the sponsor showcase or in the online chats during each presentation, or contact us if you would like to setup a virtual meeting during the week!
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