OpenEmbedded Workshop 2020

OpenEmbedded 2020 Call for Participation

The OpenEmbedded Workshop is for developers, maintainers, and users to meet and present their work with OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project. This is your chance to talk about your work with people that share your interest in embedded Linux, build systems and products based on Linux.

The workshop is held on February 3, 2020 at Digityser in Brussels, Belgium. The day after FOSDEM.

We are interested in the following topics:

  • Product lifecycle management
  • Long Term Support stories
  • Real world case studies
  • Reproducible builds
  • Creating layers that work well in the ecosystem
  • Board Support package best practices
  • Workflow techniques for projects
  • Automated testing
  • Supporting customer needs
  • Supply chain integrity
  • Multi configuration builds
  • Systems beyond traditional embedded
  • New user and developer's experience reports
  • What can OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project do better?

We have two time slots available:

  • 30 minutes (20 minute talk, 5 minutes for questions and 5 for setting up the next talk).
  • 45 minutes (30 minute talk, 10 minutes for in depth questions and discussion, and 5 for setting up the next talk).

There will also be space for demos during lunch and breaks. Use this CFP submission form to submit your demo proposal.

If you have an idea that is related to OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project that is not covered here, submit it!

We abide by an official Code of Conduct; please review the code prior to submission. The Code of Conduct can be found here. Your submission implies the acknowledgement and agreement to this code.

We may have money available for travel support. If needed, check the associated box with your CFP submission.

The workshop will have an audience representing a broad spectrum of experience. Talks should assume a reasonable familiarity with OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project, but not necessarily the mastery of all possible topics. The day is designed to bring together people with a shared interest in building custom Linux distributions (and other operating system built from source).

The deadline for submitting a topic is December 15th