LCU14-503: What To Do About ADF?

LCU14-503: What To Do About ADF?

Speaker: Daniel Thompson Track: Linux Kernel Location: Grand Peninsula C, Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, CA, United States

★ Session Summary ★ ADF is Android’s Atomic Display Framework, which has been relatively recently developed and optionally replaces KMS and the framebuffer for  forthcoming Android devices based on 3.10. It provides integration  between Android’s syncpoints to provide atomic display updates. This  functionality is related to the atomic page flipping that has been proposed for KMS, but which hasn’t yet been merged. This talk will cover a brief technical overview, and provide space for discussion as to how we should approach trying to unify these two implementations upstream, to avoid having totally forked display systems between Android and other Linux environments.

★ Resources ★ Zerista: Google Event:  Presentation:  Video:  Eatherpad:

★ Event Details ★ Linaro Connect USA - #LCU14 September 15-19th, 2014 Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport >

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