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- The Korea Technical Jamboree is a forum-wide technical meeting of the CE Linux Forum. This meeting will be located conveniently in Korea and use Korean as the native language of the event.
- Attendance is not limited to the CELF members, but is open to all. Everyone who is interested in embedded Linux technologies is welcomed. There is no admission fee.
The 3Th CE Linux Forum Korea Technical Jamboree
- The 3Th Korea Technical Jamboree is the next event of the 2nd Korea Jamboree(The Korea/Japan Super Jamboree) in February 2008.
- In this time event, we will invite Mr. Thomas Glexiner who is well know linux kernel hacker.
- This event is also opening the door to non CE Linux Forum members, too, without any charge.
Coordinator: (Your inquiries in English welcome)
Date and Place
- 7月11日 (金) / July 11th (Fri), 2008
- From 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Registration Homepage : http://www.celinux.org/KoreaTechJamboree3.html
- Registration Due Date : 9th July, 2008
- Geranium Room, 2nd floor, Hotel Samjung, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Hotel Samjung is next to Hotel Novotel Ambassador Gangnam. (http://www.ambatel.com/gangnam/english/about/location_guide.php)
Contents of Presentation
- 1:30~2:00 : Registration
2:00~3:00 : Keynote Speech - The Completely Fair Scheduler (Thomas Gleixner, linutronix)(download)
3:00~3:30 : The Discrimination Method of GPL License Violation on Embedded Products (Kim, Kyung-Ae, LG Electronics)(download)
- 3:30~3:40 : Coffee Break
3:40~4:20 : Kernel Issuese on Open Mobile Platform (Lim, Keun-Sik, Samsung Electronics)(download)
4:20~4:50 : Designing a Realtime System with MV Linux (Kwon, Seung-Ryong, Montavista Korea)(download)
- 4:50~5:00 : Coffee Break
5:00~5:30 : The Function-Call Backtracing based on MIPS architecture Linux System (Kim, Jong-Sung, LG Electronics)(download)
- 6:00~6:10 : Closing Talk
- Abstract of Keynote Speech
The Completely Fair Scheduler (CFS) was merged into the 2.6.23 release of the Linux kernel as a replacement for the O(1) scheduler which managed the CPU resources since the 2.5 development series of the Linux kernel.
The name "Completely Fair Scheduler" covers only a part of the overall functionality of the new Linux process scheduler. The fairness part is the one which got the most attention due to the deficiencies of the O(1) scheduler and the attempts to extend the O(1) scheduler with heuristic methods to provide "perfect" interactivity and fairness.
The talk gives an overview of the basic concepts of the new process scheduler and looks at the details of the various enhanced functionalities.