[Updated Apr 16] — Videos from the Linux Collaboration Summit’s day 1 keynote sessions, recorded on April 15, are now available for on-demand streaming. The videos include presentations by Jaguar Land Rover, Samsung, Netflix, Yocto, OpenMAMA, Adapteva, and LWN’s Jon Corbet.
The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is an exclusive, invitation-only summit of core kernel developers, distribution maintainers, ISVs, end users, system vendors and other community organizations. It includes full-group sessions as well as workgroups.
Click the titles below to watch the keynotes from the Summit’s first day.
- Opening Keynote, by Jim Zemlin of The Linux Foundation
- Automotive Crowdsourcing — Enabling Collaboration beyond Customer Surveys, Focus Groups and Industry Consortia, by Matt Jones of Jaguar Land Rover
- The Importance of Open Source Software for Mobile to Cloud in Samsung Electronics, by Sang-bum Suh, Ph.D., VP of the Software Platform Team in Software R&D Center at Samsung Electronics
- Kickstarting the Transition to Parallel Computing With Open Hardware, by Olofsson, CEO at Adapteva
- Dystopia as a Service, by Adrian Cockcroft, Director of Architecture for the Cloud Systems Team at Netflix
- Linux Weather Forecast, by Jon Corbet, LWN.net
- Panel: Collaborative Projects, participants include Erway of Yocto Project; Michael Schonberg of OpenMAMA; and a “Special Guest”; Jim Zemlin moderates
Videos from these day 1 keynotes are not yet available:
- The Open Web Platform – by Dirk Hohndel, Chief Linux and Open Source Technologist at Intel
- Total Data Center Victory: Open Source Data Storage, by John Mark Walker of Red Hat
Further information about the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit is available here. For lots more freely-accessible videos on embedded, mobile, and other Linux topics including training, visit the video area of the Linux Foundation’s Linux.com website.