Workshop #5 Proposal - Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper update

Smith, Jason

Topic idea: Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper update.

What you hope to accomplish in the session: Follow-up from Workshop #4 on the state of the Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper.  There should be an update of this paper pushed in the next few weeks prior to the workshop.  The session will offer a brief introduction to the white paper to those who are not familiar with it, description of additions and revisions to the white paper since the previous workshop, and proposed next steps.

Any critical participants needed for the discussion: Jason Smith

Estimated time needed the session: 30 minutes


Jason R. Smith, UL-CFSX
Principal Engineer (PDE)

Consumer Technology

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Northbrook, IL 60062-2096 US
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Subject: [ELISA Technical Community] ELISA Workshop #5 Call for Topics and Sessions


Dear all,

If you have an area of interest you want to see discussed in the ELISA Workshop #5, please send to this email list, with the subject "Workshop #5 Proposal - <your topic idea>".

In the body of the email,  please include:
- Topic idea
- What you hope to accomplish in the session
- Any critical participants needed for the discussion
- Estimated time needed the sessions:  short (30 min),  medium(60),  long(90), extra-long(120 or more)

Sessions can include Presentations, Technical Discussion Groups, Planning Discussions, Tutorials or Dedicated Working Sessions. Working Sessions are intended to only work on shared piece of work, a session to write together on a document or some piece of code, try out some tool together etc. (but no presentation).

We'll pick up the discussion and agreement of the topics from emails in our weekly meetings.


Min Yu

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The Linux Foundation
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