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Summary: Automated Testing Summit 2018

Chris Fiege | | Event

The Automated Testing Summit (ATS) was a co-located event at the ELC-E 2018 in Edinburgh. The summit was organized by Tim Bird and Kevin Hilman and brought together over 35 (embedded) testing experts from different projects and companies.


GStreamer Conference 2018, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Philipp Zabel | | event

We are back from two days of interesting talks at the GStreamer Conference 2018, which was held in Edinburgh last week, right after the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELC-E).


rsc's Diary: ELC-E 2018 - Day 3

Robert Schwebel | | Event

This is my report from the 3rd day of Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELC-E) 2018 in Edinburgh.


rsc's Diary: ELC-E 2018 - Day 2

Robert Schwebel | | Event

This is my report from the 2nd day of Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELC-E) 2018 in Edinburgh.


rsc's Diary: ELC-E 2018 - Day 1

Robert Schwebel | | Event

This is my report from the first day of Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELC-E) 2018 in Edinburgh.


Open Source Firmware Conference 2018

At September 12-15 the first conference focusing exclusively on open source firmware took place in Erlangen, Germany - the OSFC 2018. The mission of this conference is to provide an appropriate platform to bring together as many Open Source projects, hardware manufacturers and developers as possible, in order to collaborate, share knowledge and push the firmware development in an Open Source manner.


Fixing ICECC, our Workhorse for Building BSPs

Lucas Stach | | Infrastructure

While developing operating system infrastructure for industrial devices for our customers, we build lots of embedded Linux board support packages, kernels, bootloaders etc. at Pengutronix. Although ICECC should be a good tool to distribute the computing power to a cluster of machines, it recently turned out that things are not that simple.


Pengutronix at FrOSCon 2018

This year, a team from Pengutronix attended FrOSCon in St. Augustin for the first time. We took the opportunity to shake hands, talk about our latest developments and meet hackers interested in working with embedded Linux.


What Kernel Should I Use (Embedded Edition)

Some days ago, Greg Kroah-Hartmann wrote a great blogpost about Which Stable Kernel One Should Use?. I fully agree with his position; however, I'd like to make some additions for the industry device manufacturer use case and some common pitfalls and misunderstandings we see in that area.


OSADL Networking Day 2018, Afternoon Session

Robert Schwebel | | Event, OSADL

The report for the afternoon session will be a bit shorter than my last report, mainly because it is mainly about products and services of the OSADL member companies.