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FreedomHEC

 

Coming to Seattle in May for that other hardware conference? On your way out, stay for the hardware unconference where you'll learn how easy it is to make your hardware compatible with free, open source operating systems such as Linux, and available to new markets such as servers, next-generation entertainment devices, and more.

 

Get answers on everything from kernel data structures to the fine points of licensing. Discover how participating in the Linux process is fast and simple, how the development process works, and where to get started.

 

 

 

Who: Hardware engineers and driver developers

 

What: High-intensity learning, networking and taking-back-the-PC-industry unconference

 

Where: Seattle, Washington, USA

 

When: May 26-27, 2006

 

Why: Take control of your own destiny and make your hardware valuable to the growing Linux market.

 

 

 

Who's Who at FreedomHEC

 

(add yourself!)

 

Greg Kroah-Hartman -- device driver educator

 

Greg K-H is the maintainer for Linux subsystems including the driver core, sysfs, kobject, kref, and debugfs code. He also helped start the linux-hotplug and udev projects, and is one half of the kernel stable maintainer team. He works for SuSE Labs / Novell and does various kernel related things for them. Greg is co-author of the book \"Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition\" and a contributing editor for Linux Journal.

 

 

Don Marti -- power strip untangler and manager of miscellaneous

 

Don Marti has been an organizer of events including Burn All GIFs Day and the "Free Dmitry" movement. As a boy, he ran away from home and joined the trade show.

 

Contact Don at: dmarti@zgp.org or 510-332-1587

 

Jim Pick -- http://jimpick.com/

 

Proposed Talks

 

Write a real working Linux driver

 

Introduction to the Linux kernel development process

 

Thanks to our Sponsors

 

No Starch Press

 

No Starch Press is publisher of the new _Write Great Code_ by Randall Hyde.

 

 


 

"This is the Christmas Jim Allchin stole from the hardware industry. We're stealing it back."

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