Today is my last day at Linaro. And this time it is for real (compared to “So long, and thanks for all the fish” post). Often people asked me what I like at Linaro. It is openness with the “upstream first!” motto and the team.
Cambridge is nice city. I was there at least once every year since 2009: OEDEM 2009, Emdebian sprint in 2010, during Linaro Connect q3.11, ARMv8 sprint in 2012. But this time it was not work related visit. Saturday It was evening when
I was few times in London but always on business without time for sightseeing so decided to change it. Day one After few hours trip landed at London Gatwick airport. Some say that’s worst one of five but was not so bad.
When I bought Samsung ARM Chromebook few months ago I had no idea about UCM profiles and burnt speakers (left is dead, right is resting)… This was good lesson. I learnt more about how UseCase Manager works, took profiles from ChromeOS and added
As I will leave Linaro at the end of May I would like to write a summary of current state of Linaro layers for OpenEmbedded. At Linaro we have 3 layers: meta-aarch64 meta-linaro meta-linaro-toolchain First one is BSP kind. I know that it had some issues which affected
Good things have one ugly part in common — they have to end one day… For me that day will be 31st May 2013 when contract between Canonical and Linaro will end. Those 3 years were great. I wrote a lot about it half year