Session ID: SFO17-462
Session Name: TBD – SFO17-462
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Track: LEG

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Some platforms have the capability to configure the performance state of their power domains. The process of configuring the performance state is pretty much platform dependent and we may need to work with a wide range of configurables. For some platforms, like Qualcomm, it can be a positive integer value alone, while in other cases it can be voltage levels, etc.

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For many years, companies have known they need to provide license compliance artifacts (source, annotations, etc.) when they use open source. However the true source of what license apply to which pieces of code resides in the open source projects, and after the fact discovery by companies is time consuming, error prone, and expensive. As a result, license compliance is not always what it should be, and the problem keeps getting worse, and people want to ignore it - and make it someone else's problem. Kind of like the tailors and the Emperor's new clothes. With recent advances in open source projects, like FOSSology, ScanCode and others, integrating scanning for detecting compliance information in CI build loops is now possible, making the ability to be used by the projects, where bugs can be easily fixed. In this talk, Kate will go through some of the current technologies available to help with this problem.

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Attracting 400+ attendees, Linaro Connect is a bi-annual event which brings together engineers and industry experts to discuss, learn, network and push forward new technologies for five days in some of the most interesting cities around the world. For the past five years, Linaro Connect has been the event to attend if you are interested in Linux development and related ecosystems on ARM. While the event continues to evolve, one thing stays the same – it is all about Engineering.

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In this session I will talk about what has happened in the past year on the OpenJDK project, for both in Linaro and further afield.

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