Welcome to the Linaro Community page. Here is where you can find information on how to become involved with the Linaro Community and to learn what is happening in our community.
Our goal at Linaro is to encourage ongoing and open communication about our efforts and keep our community up to date about the latest developments.
Whether you are an individual or an employee of an organization it is easy to get involved with Linaro. If you or your organization is new to open source, want to know about running Linaro builds with or without your own hardware, using the Linaro Toolchain or the Linaro Linux Kernel we’ll show you how to get started.
Interact with the Linaro Community
Linaro Wiki - Linaro's engineering Wiki, find out everything about Linaro engineering here
Mailing List links: http://www.linaro.org/engineering/mailing-lists
IRC Channels: Linaro's IRC channels are hosted on Freenode. Users can join #linaro on irc.freenode.net to chat with Linaro developers. A complete list of Linaro IRC channels can be found here
Validation The link to validation above goes to the Wiki, this goes to a page on this site giving you more links and an introduction to LAVA
Help on filing a bug using Launchpad can be found here.
Read about what is happening in the Linaro Community
The Linaro Blog is up made of official news about Linaro, its members, partners and community. Follow the Linaro blog for all your official Linaro news. http://www.linaro.org/linaro-blog/
The Linaro Planet Blog is made up of our community of developers individual blogs to give you perspective on what our developers are working on both inside and outside of Linaro. http://planet.linaro.org/
You may also be interested in visiting the communities supporting the boards that use silicon from our members, which we provide optimized builds for: BeagleBoard, i.MX Community, IglooCommunity, OrigenBoard and PandaBoard.
Latest blog posts about Linaro from around the web
May 22, 2013
The 19th Annual LinuxTag event kicked off today at the Berlin Exhibition Grounds in Berlin, Germany where event planners are expecting over 10,000 visitors from all over Germany and the UK. For Linaro though, it’s tomorrow, Thursday, 23 May that’s the big day … Continue reading →
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May 11, 2013
When I bought Samsung ARM Chromebook few months ago I had no idea about UCM profiles and burnt speakers (left is dead, right is resting)… This was good lesson. I learnt more about how UseCase Manager works, took profiles from ChromeOS and added them into Ubuntu so other users will be a bit more safe [...]
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Call for ALSA UCM profiles was originally posted on Marcin Juszkiewicz website