Articles by Michael Olbrich
Modern software development is commonly accompanied by a version control system like Git in order to have changes to the source code being documented in a traceable manner. Furthermore, any version state should be easily reproducible at any time. However, for work on complex projects such as the BSP ("Board Support Package") of an embedded system with its multiple development aspects, the simple stacking of the individual changes on top of each other does not scale.
At Pengutronix and in the embedded Linux world in general, exciting things happen all year round, but a carry in the date field is a great opportunity to sit back and talk about it. In the broad categories of kernel, open source software, hardware and public relations we want to tell you what happened at Pengutronix in 2022.