LTSI is a Linux Foundation project that develops kernel for the industry use. It is based on LTS (long term stable) kernel and integrated (backport and verified) attractive new features already available in newer version kernel. We have released 3.10-LTSI kernel with a great numbers of contribution from a company like Collabora, Intel, Renesas and Toshiba. I will introduce status summary of LTSI-3.10. Also, we have established automated kernel test environment to validate if there is any regression in LTSI kernel against community LTS kernel. This was our first attempt to do automated validation, and we are hoping enhance it to add more value to the Linux user not limited to the LTSI adopter. I will introduce how it works and how you can utilize LTSI and auto test environment. Finally, I will introduce LTSI project plan for 2014 season so that you can create your plan for the future.
executive manager, Renesas Electronics
Hisao Munakata is a lead of Open Source Development center at Renesas Electronics, and major contributor for the LTSI and other LF activity. He did various presentation, panel and BoF session at previous LF and other Linux related events.
Tsugikazu Shibata of NEC, platinum LF member company, is LTSI project lead, and he has been supporting both enterprise and embedded use of Open Source. He also did various talk at LF events including keynote talk.
Tuesday April 29, 2014 10:30am - 11:20am
Attendance numbers do not account for private attendees. Get there early!