Interest in Virtual RTEMS Workshop
thomas.doerfler at embedded-brains.de
Sat Oct 3 16:30:14 UTC 2020
you know I thought about a workshop/conference/meeting some years ago,
but the reasons you list in your message exactly hit the problems. So I
think such a virtual workshop would be a good idea (wow, thank you,
corona! (at least for this)).
Presenting what RTEMS is used for, how certain problems got solved,
where RTEMS is traveling to... would be interesting.
Having some open talks about what the users like (and dislike) at RTEMS,
how the future should look... would somehow round it up.
And getting/completing a world map, where RTEMS users are located would
be nice to see too.
Am 02.10.20 um 22:02 schrieb Joel Sherrill:
> In the past, we have internally discussed an RTEMS Workshop but always
> got hung up on the basic logistics. There had to be a host site which
> usually means cost. Although OAR now has access to a facility that could
> host about 40-50. Travel required to all be in a central location would
> be burdensome based on time and cost. Remember the core developers are
> spread across three continents.
> The pandemic has made it clear that virtual meetings, conferences,
> birthday parties, etc. are possible. Based on ideas from other open
> source projects, I am curious if there would be interest in having a
> virtual workshop.
> One thought is that given the time zones, it might be nice to do it as a
> TBD number of 2-3 hour sessions which vary in time across 2-3 days. That
> should let different people participate. One open source project did a
> 24 hour event which spanned the world. I do not want to do that. :)
> I think recording the presentations beforehand and making them available
> afterwards would be ideal. I have seen formal setups where questions are
> restricted to the end of the presentation but like the idea of the
> presenter able to chat while their presentation is going.
> In my perfect world, most presentations would be from people using
> RTEMS, although I expect core developer presentations would add depth to
> what they are working on and the goals.
> Is there interest? Would you be willing to present? participate? Advice?
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> devel at rtems.org
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