Help to defend the GNOME trademark

 Gnome foundation

"GNOME" has been a familiar name in software for the past 17 years, and a registered trademark since 2006. The GNOME project has been a staple desktop for GNU/Linux and BSD desktops. It was the default desktop for Sun Microsystems workstation class machines, continues to be the default desktop for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server distributions, and it is the default desktop of Fedora and Debian. SUSE Linux Enterprise Point of Service solution for the retail industry is based on GNOME. GNOME technology can be found in TVs, tablets, phones, consumer devices, and in common software everywhere.

Yocto Project Dev Day 2014

 Yocto Project Developer Day 2014

Today I participate to the Yocto Project Dev Day as staff member and I am very glad I had the opportunity to work with many nice people like Mike, Michael, Lieu, Christopher, Sean, Robert, Richard, Belen and the others... 

EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE EUROPE 2014 - DAY 3

ELCE 2014 - Day 3

Today there is Linus Torvalds on the stage with Dirk Hohndel talking about the state of linux. The rest of the day was mainly dedicated to devicetree.

The Yocto Project Introduces Yocto Project 1.7 “Dizzy” Release

LINUXCON EUROPE, Dusseldorf, Germany – Oct. 15, 2014 – The Yocto Project, one of the most successful collaborative open source projects in the embedded industry, introduces the Yocto Project 1.7 release. This release, codenamed “Dizzy”, is the ninth, on schedule release of the project since the initial release in 2010. This new version is updated with the current LTSI Linux kernel, switches to the new 4.9 gcc, and migrates from eglibc to glibc. The 1.7 release will provide an optimized experience when it comes to using the Yocto Project’s tools and methods due to the project incrementing to the various standard software components. 

EMBEDDED LINUX CONFERENCE EUROPE 2014 - DAY 2

 ELCE 2014 - Day 2

Today the entire morning has been dedicated to Android, then in the afternoon a lot of interesting presentations were scheduled at the same time, so I've had to make a choice.

  • Embedded Android Workshop - Karim Yaghmour, Opersys
  • Systemd for Embedded Linux - Challenges and Opportunities - Michael Olbrich, Pengutronix

 

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