Remote Participation for LCU13

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We are less than one week away from the start of Linaro Connect USA 2013 (LCU13).  LCU13 kicks off on Monday October 28th at the Santa Clara Convention Center.  Linaro’s CEO, George Grey, will welcome attendees and be speaking about the future for open source software across a full range of segments, from servers to the Internet of Things (IoT).

We have several industry leaders that will be delivering keynotes including: Dong Wei - HP Fellow, UEFI Forum VP (Chief Executive) and ACPI SIG Secretary, Jim Zemlin – Executive Director of the Linux Foundation, Frank Frankovsky – Vice President of Infrastructure at Facebook and Jarmo Hillo – Head of Processor Technology at Nokia Solutions and Networks.

LCU13 will also host a networking mini summit on Tuesday 29th October from 9.00am - 1.00pm.  Additionally there will be full tracks focused on Android, Builds and Baselines, Enterprise, Graphics and Multimedia, Linux Kernel, Network, Project Management Tools, Training and more.  See the full schedule to sign-up for sessions.

Remote Participation Can’t make it to Santa Clara?  Don’t worry.  Check out below how you can participate remotely and watch the sessions via the Google +Linaro On Air  or YouTube accounts.  There will be links to the live stream in each session descriptions.

Schedule The full LCU13 schedule can be found here.  Click on the day of the week you are interested in and you will see the schedule for that day.  Each session will have a link to the Google+ Event listing as well as the link to the Linaro OnAir YouTube Page.

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.

  • Auditorium
  • GT America 1
  • GT America 2

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:

Participation After you have added the Linaro onAir Google+ Page to your Google+ circles or bookmarked the Linaro onAir Youtube channel, 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 that sessions etherpad.  Each etherpad has a chat feature which will be utilized during each session instead of IRC channels.

If you have any questions, comments, or feedback about remote participation please let us know by emailing us at:

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