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== Working Agenda ==
 
== Working Agenda ==

Revision as of 16:53, 14 April 2014

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OpenEmbedded Developers America Meeting

The OpenEmbedded Project is holding a developers meeting May 2-3, 2014, in Santa Clara, CA. This meeting is co-located with the Embedded Linux Conference North America. All active OpenEmbedded developers are invited to attend.

Contact Jefro with any questions.

Location & Time

May 2-3, 2014
time TBD

Ettus Research / National Instruments
4600 Patrick Henry Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054 USA

Lunches will be provided by the Yocto Project Community Office

The area is a bit of a wasteland without good food choices close (walking) by. If you have lunch ideas let Jefro or Philip know. We can look into asking a food truck to come by: http://roaminghunger.com/sjc.

Goals

  • Have fun.
  • Get useful work done that benefits from high bandwidth interactions.
  • Get more people involved with the project at a higher level.

Working Agenda

This agenda is flexible, and meant to reflect the important issues in the OE community. Please feel free to contribute agenda items. We will finalize the agenda after introduction to maximize use of people's time.

  • Introductions. Be prepared to tell us who you are and how you use OpenEmbedded (and the Yocto Project)
  • The Yocto Project is supposed to make Embedded easy. What is still hard?
  • bug scrub (also bug collecting/wrangling)
  • ongoing role of the OE TSC
  • wiki/website organization
  • online voting
  • increasing the amount of hardware that works out of the box with oe-core + layers
  • next + 1 release
  • developer community - outreach/recruiting/mentoring, new developer documentation, process and QA tools
  • image deployment/update best practices (shared yocto issue)
  • feedback on Toaster, the web interface for BitBake (some background in this thread https://lists.yoctoproject.org/pipermail/yocto/2014-April/018956.html)

Attendees

  • Philip Balister (Crofton)
  • Richard Purdie (RP)
  • Mark Hatle (fray)
  • Khem Raj (khem)
  • Martin Jansa (jama)
  • Armin Kuster (akuster)
  • Jeff Osier-Mixon (jefro)
  • Alejandro del Castillo
  • Tom King (ka6sox)
  • Steve Arnold (mr_science/nerdboy)
  • Herb Kuta
  • Trevor Woerner (tlwoerner)
  • Sean Hudson (darknighte)
  • Denys Dmytriyenko (denix)
  • Toby Flynn
  • Adam Bell
  • Belen Barros Pena (belen)
  • Brian Hutchinson
  • Tim Orling (moto-timo)
  • Michael Halstead (halstead) day 1 only
  • <your name here>
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