The CE Linux Forum would like to invite you to make a presentation
at our upcoming Embedded Linux Conference. The conference will be
held April 15-17 in Mountain View, California. This year marks the
5th anniversary of this event (well, under slightly different names
the first 2 years).
for general information about the conference, and
for information about the call for sessions.
CELF is the primary sponsor of this event, which is open to the
public. This year we will be holding the event in the Computer
History Museum, and it should be a very exciting conference.
= Guidelines =
Presentations should be of a technical nature, covering topics
related to use of Linux in embedded systems. The CE Linux Forum
is focused on the use of Linux in consumer electronics products,
but presentations may cover use of Linux in other embedded
areas, as long as the topic is of general relevance to most
Presentations that are commercial advertisements or sales
pitches are not appropriate for this conference.
Presentations on the following topics are encouraged:
* Audio, Video, and Graphics systems for embedded products
* System size
* Bootup time
* Meeting real-time constraints
* Power management
* Streaming media
* Flash memory devices and filesystems
* Technologies related to cell phones, digital settop
boxes, handheld devices, or other CE products
* Development tools for embedded users
* Use of Linux in actual products, practical experience and
* Standards for CE products
Most presentation slots are 50 minutes long, including time for
questions. A few shorter 40-minute slots are also available.
No paper submission is required in conjunction with the presentation.
You may also submit a request to present a tutorial. Tutorials are
intended to be longer, interactive learning sessions. A tutorial may
occupy more than one session slot at the conference.
We prefer presentations that have not been previously presented, but
exceptions will be made for material that is either of great interest,
or has been seen previously only by a limited audience.
A single person may submit more than one proposal. However, since
the number of slots is limited, it is likely that at most one
proposal from an individual will be accepted.
Full details, including the e-mail address to use to submit
a proposal, are at:
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