The Linux Foundation has issued a call for papers for Embedded Linux Conference Europe, which this year joins LinuxCon + CloudOpen in Dublin from Oct. 5-7.
Like last year, the Linux Foundation’s LinuxCon Europe show is being co-located with CloudOpen Europe and Embedded Linux Conference Europe, with a single registration. This year the show moves from Düsseldorf to Dublin where it will run at the Convention Centre Dublin from Oct. 5-7. Registration is open, as well, and if you register before July 11, you can save $300 or more. There’s no keynote list yet, but last year the event featured speakers including Linux creator Linus Torvalds, Jono Bacon (XPRIZE), and Joanna Rutkowska (Invisible Things Lab), among others.
The Linux Foundation is looking for ideas for presentations, tutorials, and Bird-of-a-Feather sessions on a variety of embedded Linux topics, with papers due June 17. Suggested topics include:
- Audio, video, streaming media, and graphics
- System size, boot speed, and real-time performance
- Flash memory devices and filesystems
- Build systems, embedded distributions, and development tools
- Mobile phones, DVRs, TV, cameras, automotive, drones, robots, Internet of Things, etc.
- Practical experiences and war stories
The CFP page linked to below offers rules and guidelines for presentations. For more guidance — and inspiration — the Linux Foundation’s Amanda McPherson took to Linux.com to write a blog called How – and Why – to Speak at Linux Foundation Events.
You can suggest your presentation ideas for Embedded Linux Conference Europe on or before June 17 at the Linux Foundation’s Call for Papers page. Registration for the event is now open here, starting at $725 through July 11, or $900 after that. The ticket also covers entrance to Linux.com and CloudOpen events.