Workshop #6 Proposal - Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper update
Pretty much a copy/paste from the previous workshop:toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
Topic idea: Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper update
What you hope to accomplish in the session: Follow-up from Workshop #5 on the state of the Linux in Basic Safety Applications white paper. 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
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Subject: [ELISA Technical Community] ELISA Workshop #6 Call for Topics and Sessions
Yes it is time to prepare for ELISA Workshop #6 towards the end of January or early February. With a just a few weeks left this year, I am getting started early with this call for topics.
Possible dates for the conference: (without conflicting LCA & FOSDEM) Jan 26-28th or Feb 2-4 2021 - a doodle poll will be sent out soon to make a final call.
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Thanks Jason. I will add it to the list of topics.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On 11/20/20 7:04 AM, Smith, Jason wrote:
Pretty much a copy/paste from the previous workshop: