The last decade or so of development in open source hardware, software and data has brought an astonishing richness of resources for artists: Python and C++ libraries for natural language processing, biological simulation, data programming and machine learning - such as TensorFlow, NLTK, openFrameworks and project Gutenberg. As well as continually expanding functionality, increased accessibility has drastically brought down the barriers to entry and exploration.

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Breakfast is available from 6:00am until 10:30am in the hotel restaurant Cafe Aficionado.

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Sharing what Linaro has learned through experience, covers background on workflow interactions between AOSP and Android, trying to clarify some points folks have found confusing or surprising. Additionally there is somespace to cover and discuss ideas for how some process issues might be improved.

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This talk will explain why a commercial organization should join the open source development from the software architecture and commercial competition perspective. And it will also tell how a bad open source strategy will fail the original target.

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Clear governance, a shared understanding of process and rules, is key to the success of open source adoption at scale. Our global community represents many perspectives, many cultures and many jurisdictions. To address these we have seen the emergence of overarching principles, practical guides and effective tools that support the necessary balance of flexibility and shared trust. This talk will focus in the key open source solutions that address real world challenges. It will highlight a stack of solutions that includes OpenChain, SPDX, Reuse.Software, FOSSology, ScanCode, sw360 and QuarterMaster and explain how they work together from meta level (e.g OpenChain standard) to practical process implementation (e.g QuarterMaster CI/CD). For the last 10 minutes of Shane's keynote, Lucien Cheng-hsia Lin will discuss License Compliance in Asia.

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Despite many respectable attempts made in past years, the IoT operating system market remains fragile as it emerges, which has been well recognized as one of major pains for the whole IoT community. AliOS Things, the little brother of Alibaba group’s OS product portfolio, is the new generation of IoT operating system dedicatedly designed to address the situation, which has been released in 2017 after years of internal development and already attracted lots of attention from the whole ecosystem since that. In my talk, I will give out the comprehensive introduction of AliOS Things, including its vision, design philosophy, target markets, ecosystems, and rich runtime and tooling feature set, and how it serves as an integrated piece of Alibaba group’s overall IoT strategy.

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In this session we will explain all the work the Software Defined Infrastructure team has gone through to make OpenStack run as it does today on Aarch64. We will talk about the good, the bad and the ugly with emphasis on our experience working with OpenStack upstream and setting up CI on Arm. We went from being outsiders to being part of the project almost without realising, and the journey has been filled with evangelization and engineers amazed at the fact that Aarch64 is ready to run infrastructure software such as OpenStack.

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As the earliest industry alliance based on ARM64, GCC is working on promoting the development of the green computing industry, conforming to the technological development trend of open source SW and open HW and bringing together the advanced global industrial chain resources. Linaro Hongkong Connect would be a good opportunity to introduce GCC to the industry, including establishment process, core work objectives and tasks, organizational structure and related business progress. We are looking forward to enhance the cooperation between GCC and Linaro in the future.

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The session presents an initiative to build secure key management services in the OP-TEE project. Based on OP-TEE services (persistent storage, cryptography, time, etc) one could build a trusted application of store and use secure keys. An open source implementation for generic key services could be of interest. However there are many client APIs defined in the ecosystem which is a matter of concern for standardization of such services. The session will open a discussion on this and presents the current choice of the PKCS#11 Cryptoki. There can be lot of key attributes and cryptographic schemes to be supported. The session will present the current plans (starting from AES flavors) and what is currently missing in the OP-TEE (as certificate support, bootloader support). This session aims at getting feedback from the community on this topic, discuss about expected services and client APIs.

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