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Program Committee [edit section]

  • Ruud Derwig
  • Tim Bird
  • Frank Rowand
  • Michael Opdenacker
  • Laurent Julliard
  • Christian Schaller
  • Klaas van Gend

Setup [edit section]

Name  ^ LF account  ^ review access verified?  ^ tasks  ^
Ruud ruud yes
Tim tbird20d yes manage this page, communicate with LF
Frank frowand yes
Michael michaelo yes
Laurent eljay should work tutorials
Christian cschalle yes
Klaas kaa-ching yes
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Resources [edit section]

Speaker Recruiting [edit section]

See ELCE 2011 Speaker Recruiting

Focus of the event [edit section]

Ruud, Klaas and Tim have had private discussions about the possibility of having an "Embedded Linux in Automotive" focus at the event. While we would still encourage a wide range of session proposals, we would give a slight preference in recruiting and proposal review for talks around automotive topics.

Keynotes [edit section]

I don't have an "industry" or "strategic issues" keynote yet.

Keynote slots:

  • Wednesday morning - no keynote (too much competition from LCE and KS)
  • Thursday morning - Industry
  • Friday morning - Community

Keynote candidates and confirmations

  • Matt Stone, Jaguar, Genivi, Linux and next gen automotive infotainment
  • Doug Welk, Delphi, Genivi and Linux - what the future holds

Keynotes non-candidates:

  • David Rusling - has conflict with UDS/LDS

declined:

  • none so far

Logos and promotional resources [edit section]

See Logos and resources

Sponsors [edit section]

Angela manages this.

Promotion [edit section]

See Promotion

Past Events [edit section]

See ELC 2011 Front Page

See ELCE 2010 Front Page

Rooms for each Day [edit section]

Wednesday [edit section]

Thursday [edit section]

Friday [edit section]

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Speaker Selection Notes [edit section]

See Speaker Selection Notes

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