Welcome on the elisa.tech devel list
Welcome! I would to welcome everyone on this list and kick off the technical discussion on the challenges and activities around Enabling Linux in Safety Applications.
I think we should start with these two very basic threads of discussion:
- Collection of pre-existing activities, work, concepts and ideas
- Brainstorming on future (technical) activities to support companies to build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications
For the first thread, Collection of pre-existing activities, work, concepts and ideas, I hope that we can collect a complete list with technically objective summaries, stating the strong and weak points of the results.
For the second thread, Brainstorming on future (technical) activities, I see that we should motivate, describe and argue potential activities that we could collaboratively pursue to support companies to build and certify Linux-based safety-critical applications.
For now, the mailing list should serve as asynchronous brainstorming session. I hope that the main contributors to those threads can then assist in structuring the information and including them as documentation in the elisa.tech github pages. (Currently I think that is the best place to start to collect and structure high-level documentation, but I am open to alternatives if the alternatives are more convincing and provide significant improvements.)
I will kick off those two threads in just a second, with the next emails.
By the way, please consider that we follow a generally accepted Code of Conduct  in our discussions.
So, let us discuss, consolidate thoughts and results and move this topic forward.