LCE 12 Copenhagen - What’s all the Fuss about?
This event will bring together over 250 participants from over 50 companies, ranging from kernel hackers to integration engineers to Arm SoC industry executives and more, who will gather for a week to present, discuss and develop features, infrastructure and optimizations for the Linux kernel, Android, Ubuntu and beyond to help shape the future of Linux on Arm.
The week will kick off with short high-level plenary, followed by a few introductory sessions. Mornings are filled with presentations and discussion sessions on key topics which impact the Linux on Arm ecosystem, while the afternoons focus on hacking sessions. Think of it as learn in the mornings and apply the knowledge in the afternoon.
LCE 12 Copenhagen will also host three mini-summits - Armv8 (64-bit) on the Tuesday, Android on Wednesday and a big.LITTLE on Thursday.
Regular track sessions will follow the plenaries in the mornings Monday through Friday. and those tracks align with Linaro’s working groups and include: Android, Graphics and multimedia, Kernel, Platform (Ubuntu and generic Linux), Power, QA/Infrastructure, Tools, Training, Validation/LAVA.
This is the place to meet the engineers and managers deciding where Linux on Arm is going, and also to make the world aware of your own development projects.
Meet some of the Linaro Tech Leads and Managers before Linaro Connect and hear what they had to say about this fast paced, educational, hands-on, future shaping, community building event on this Google+ Hangout on Air where Amber Graner, Linaro Community Specialist sits down with the following Linaro Tech Leads and Managers–Andy Doan, Jesse Barker, Mark Orvek, Michael Hope, Vicky Janicki, Zach Pfeffer.
Sounds exciting and fun, right? Can’t make it? Don’t worry you can still help shape the future of Linux on Arm! How? Keep reading.
The complete schedule for LCE 12-Copenhagen can be found on the Linaro Connect website at: https://connect.linaro.org/resources/#schedule
Click on the day of the week you are interested in about you will see the schedule for that day. For example click here and you can see the full schedule by track for Monday 29 October 2012.
If a session is listed in one of the following rooms then it will be broadcast live during the event and will also be recorded and accessible via the Linaro onAir Youtube channel.
How to get the most out of remote participation
In order to get the most out of your remote participation experience you’ll need to do the following:
add Linaro onAir to your Google+ circles- [https://web.archive.org/web/2019/https://plus.google.com/u/0/116754366033915823792/posts](https://web.archive.org/web/2019/https://plus.google.com/u/0/116754366033915823792/posts)
bookmark the YouTube Linaro onAir channel - [https://web.archive.org/web/2019/https://plus.google.com/u/0/116754366033915823792](https://web.archive.org/web/2019/https://plus.google.com/u/0/116754366033915823792)
join the following IRC channels on freenode once LCE12-Copenhagen begin:
You can join these channels using your favorite IRC client or if you prefer you can use webchat.
After you have added the Linaro onAir Google+ Page to your Google
- circles or bookmarked the Linaro onAir Youtube channel, joined the LCE IRC channels) and figured out what sessions you would like to attend all you have to do is watch the live stream and add your comments, questions, or feedback to the corresponding IRC Channel. Each etherpad for the sessions will also list the link for the live stream and the IRC Channel for those sessions. (Remember the IRC Channel matches the room that the session is in) Once the session ends the etherpad will also contain the link to the session so anyone who missed the live stream can get to it from the LCE 12 - Copenhagen schedule.
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