The Core Development Group's mission is to help evolve key GNU/Linux upstream technologies across the kernel, power management, security, and virtualization fields. Our members benefit from an open, unified, and coordinated ecosystem that provides them the foundation on which to base their products.
We have long-standing experience submitting code upstream. We develop, improve, and maintain these open-source technologies in tight collaboration with the open-source software communities.
- Coordinate Core Development engineering teams and provide management support.
- Interface and coordinate with other Linaro groups and engineering teams.
- Support Linaro Members at the engineer level (in our areas of expertise).
- Execute through the Kernel, Power Management, Security and Virtualization engineering teams.
This blog is an opportunity to document interesting developments that the core development teams are involved in.
Summary of Energy-Aware Scheduling workshop, Linux Kernel Summit 2014Thursday, September 11, 2014
Summary of Energy-Aware Scheduling workshop, Linux Kernel Summit 2014 What is energy-aware scheduling? A topic of increasing interest is the push for energy awareness in the Linux kernel scheduler. While...
OP-TEE, open-source security for the mass-marketWednesday, September 3, 2014
TEE. Behind this acronym hides the Trusted Execution Environment, a small OS-like environment that sits aside a rich operating system – for instance Android. The purpose of the TEE is...
Running Android L Developer Preview on 64-bit Arm QEMUThursday, August 21, 2014
Running Android L Developer Preview on 64-bit Arm QEMU Did you know the Android emulator is based on QEMU? When the Android SDK was first made available to the world, Google...
CoreSight: Initial steps in supporting HW assisted tracing on Linux for Arm SoCsThursday, August 14, 2014
CoreSight: Initial steps in supporting HW assisted tracing on Linux for Arm SoCs One of the challenges when developing products based on Arm SoC (System on Chip) solutions is debugging...
Core Dump: Post #0Thursday, August 14, 2014
Core Dump: Post #0 Why is upstream work relevant for the industry? Why should companies invest in collaborating through upstream communities? Why is it better to participate than just watching...