Presenters, Demo-ers, Participants: Thanks very much for your participation in CELF's Embedded Linux Conference Europe. I really enjoyed the conference, and hope you did as well.

Videos of the presentations have been made available by Free Electrons, at: http://free-electrons.com/blog/elce-2008-videos/

Some presentations have not been posted. Please contact me if there's one missing you are interested in, and I will try to track it down.

/!\ Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page. (See Instructions below the table)

Table

Presenter(s)

Session

Presentation

Mike Anderson

Using a JTAG in Linux Driver Debug

PDF

Mike Anderson

Understanding and Using SMP/Multicore Processors

PDF

Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri

Rich GUI without pain

PDF

Tim Bird

Tools and Techniques for Reducing Bootup Time

PDF | PPT

Vitaly Bordug

Device tree and Embedded Linux

PDF

Andrew Christian

Handhelds Mojo - Building and Running Ubuntu Distributions on ARM

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Shane Coughlan

Strategic Implementation of Free Software in Business

OpenDocument

Jake Edge

Avoiding Web Application Flaws In Embedded Devices

PDF OpenDocument HTML

Bas Engel

Digital TV with Linux

PDF

George France, Brian Avery, & Andrew Christian

Handhelds Mojo: Building and running Ubuntu distributions on ARM

PDF

Klaas van Gend & Ned Miljevic

Building Embedded Userlands

PDF

Klaas van Gend

The ELC Europe 2008 end game: Linux Fortunes

HTML

Peter Griffin

Porting uClinux to a new architecture

PDF

Armijn Hemel

Abusing Universal Plug and Play

HTML

Marcel Holtmann

BlueZ 4.0

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Perry Ismangil & Benny Prijono

PJSIP: Open Source Compact SIP and Media Stack

PDF

Mischa Jonker

Power management on an ARM11 platform

PDF

Denis Oliver Kropp

Open Integration Layer - DirectFB 2.0

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Jaya Kumar

Deferred IO and E-Paper Display

PDF

Vasileios Laganakos

Portability and Optimizations of GNU Applications for ARM Embedded Linux

PDF |

Philip Lougher

Overview of SquashFS filesystem

PDF

Eugeny S. Mints

Taking Linux Power Management to Production Quality

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Denis Mishin

A Corner-to-Corner Approach for Cost-Effective Implementation of Consumer Electronics Human Machine Interfaces

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Michael Opdenacker

Update on filesystems for flash storage

PDF | OpenDocument

Thomas Petazzoni

Choosing embedded graphical libraries

PDF | OpenDocument

Gregers Petersen

Embedded Magic, or How People Suddenly Find Out That They Are Collaborating (Some Thoughts Parsed Through the Brain of an Anthropologist)

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Matt Porter

Managing NAND Flash to Optimize Product Longevity

PDF

Bill Roman

Using Appropriate Wear-leveling to Extend Product Lifespan

PDF

Frank Rowand

Adventures in real-time performance tuning, part 1

PDF

Frank Rowand

Adventures in real-time performance tuning, part 2

PDF

Frank Scholz

Building bridges - coherence, a DLNA/UPnP framework

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David Woodhouse

Community and Embedded Linux

PDF

Wookey

Solar hot water geekery: making infinitely versatile home heating controllers with free software and open hardware

PDF, src.tgz

Vitaly Wool

Using "Dot Clock" Displays In Embedded Linux Devices

PDF, OpenDocument

Vitaly Wool

NAND Chip Driver Optimizaton and Tuning

PDF, OpenDocument

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title

PDF | PPT

Instructions for Presenters

Here are the steps to follow to add your presentation to this page (Please read them BEFORE clicking):

If you want to be extra nice, you can add the appropriate table line (with the "attachment:" link) as an entry in the table. Do this by clicking on EditText at the bottom of the page, adding a line for your session and copying the "attachment:" text from the bottom of the page to your line.

See the entry for Tim Bird (the 1st entry in the table) for an example of the syntax required. Each table line is one long line, even though it may wrap in your browser (so remove all line feeds from your line before saving this page.) Don't worry - if you don't do this or mess something up I will come along later and fix up the table for you.

Thanks!

ELCEurope2008Presentations (last edited 2009-03-19 00:57:50 by Klaas van Gend)