Any ideas for a topic this month?

Steve Meyers steve-plug at spwiz.com
Sun Jan 6 16:09:44 MST 2013


On 1/6/13 1:52 PM, Levi Pearson wrote:
> I wouldn't say I'm dying to present, but I have recently come back to doing
> embedded Linux development, and I have become pretty familiar with the
> Yocto Project, which aims to provide a general toolset for creation of
> project-specific Linux distributions while maintaining a high degree of
> reusability.
>
> It's based on OpenEmbedded, which had its genesis in the OpemZaurus project
> and later provided the foundation for the Angstrom embedded distribution.
> Yocto helped to make the core recipes of OpenEmbedded more general and
> flexible, and they also provide a simple distribution called Poky that can
> be used as-is, as a foundation to build on, or simply as an example of how
> to develop a new distro.
>
> I am not quite at expert level with it yet, but I have got familiar enough
> to use it effectively. If people are interested, I would be willing to
> share some of what I've learned.

That sounds pretty cool.  Send me a quick description of what you're 
presentation will focus on, and I'll get you scheduled!

Thanks!

Steve


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