Blog
4 mins read

Linaro and Distributions


Linaro works in upstream open source projects, ensuring that the Arm architecture and embedded platforms are well supported. Along the way, the Arm community is learning how to be more...

David Rusling
Blog
4 mins read

Getting Ready for the Developer Summit and the next Release Cycle


Linaro engineering operates in a six monthly engineering cycle.   Within that cycle, the working groups are very autonomous; basically, their role is to do engineering work upstream.   The aim is...

Steve Taylor
Blog
2 mins read

Linaro deliverables


Talking about the six monthly Linaro releases is, perhaps, a little misleading. It may create the impression that there are no Linaro deliverables between the six monthly release dates. The...

David Rusling
Blog
2 mins read

Linaro update


As head of Linaro’s Head of Operations I’ve been working behind the scenes to get Linaro up and running and delivering great code as soon as we can. This is...

Steve Taylor
Blog
3 mins read

Is Linaro a Distribution?


As I talk to people about Linaro, I’m often asked if Linaro is a distribution.   This is, in some ways, an easy mistake to make as we talk about...

David Rusling
Blog
5 mins read

Towards Linaro 10.11


“Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex… It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction”. - **...

Linaro
Blog
1 min read

The need for Linaro


Arm® is not so well known outside of its partnership. Its business model is to collaborate with our partners, helping to create low power, embedded systems. Arm processors are in...

David Rusling