Call for Participation!
Linaro is excited to announce that we will once again host a Demo Friday event at LCA13 – Hong Kong to showcase the latest Linux developments on ARM. Linaro members, partners and community will offer interactive demonstrations which showcase the combination ARM based processor boards and Linaro builds of Android, Ubuntu and more.
What is Demo Friday?
Demo Friday is a two-hour event that will showcase new and innovative ways Linaro members, partners and community are using various Linaro builds and other Linaro based code on ARM based processor boards. Demo Friday will take place on Friday, March 8, 2013 at Gold Coast Hotel in Hong Kong (Exact time and location to be determined). Demo Friday is open to the public. This is an exciting and educational opportunity for everyone to get a hands on demonstration of what Linaro is enabling with ARM based processor boards for Linux on ARM.
Poster Program Added
New to our Demo Friday event will be a Poster Program. This program is for those who would like to let attendees know how they or their organization is using Linaro code and ARM based processors, but can’t actually bring the equipment to the Linaro Connect event.
More information on this program can be found here.
Previous demonstration events have included Kinnect-face robot recognizing human faces, Linaro Android Build Service, Automated Validation Infrastructure for Android system, XBMC running on a Snowball board, Ubuntu TV on a Pandaboard, Quick Start board demos and more. More about past events can be found here and video of past Demo Friday events are also available on the Linaro YouTube Channel.
How to participate
All companies and engineers who are using Linaro on ARM based processor boards are invited to participate in Demo Friday with either a demo or a poster and highlight their work. Demonstrations and Posters for the Demo Friday event have not yet been finalized and there are opportunities to add more to the line-up. Anyone interested in this opportunity to participate can email the details of their demonstration to: [email protected]. Please put “LCA13 Demo Friday Submission” in the subject line.
When emailing please include the following information:
- Title of demonstration or Poster
- Description of demonstration or Poster (The demonstration/poster must be Linaro related, and those presenting the demonstration/poster should be able to tell attendees how Linaro is making their product or demonstration better)
- Any equipment requirements (Demo only)
- Participants must be available to set up their demonstration prior to the start of the event and immediately after event ends. If you are entering a poster a representative for the project or organization must be with the poster at the event to answer questions)
Demo Friday details can be found on the Linaro Connect Site.
Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available
LCA13 – Hong Kong will be take place at the Gold Coast Hotel in Hong Kong on March 4 -10 and sponsorship opportunities are still available. More information about levels and benefits of Linaro Connect sponsorship can be found here.
While Demo Friday is open to the public we would like to encourage everyone to join us for the full week of LCA13. Many demos are refined and patched during the week as participants have the opportunity to work with top industry developers during the many hacking sessions throughout the week.
Linaro is the place where engineers from the world’s leading technology companies define the future of Linux on ARM. The company is a not-for-profit engineering organization with over 120 engineers working on consolidating and optimizing open source software for the ARM architecture, including developer tools, the Linux kernel, ARM power management, and other software infrastructure.
To find out more, please visit http://www.linaro.org.
Over 300 participants, ranging from kernel hackers to integration engineers to ARM SoC industry executives gather during this week long to present, discuss and develop features, infrastructure and optimizations for the Linux kernel, Android, Ubuntu and beyond.
To find out more, please visit the Linaro Connect Website.