Wolfgang Denk wrote:
> Dear Jan Kiszka,
> In message <4a60a5b5.3090...@siemens.com> you wrote:
>>> 4) What are the most important conferences/summits/... for Xenomai  
>>> developers?
>> E.g. RTLWS [1]. At least /me plans to attend (though on a non-Xenomai
>> topic).
> Actually I'm trying to organize something like a Xenomai User's
> Meeting at this year's RTLWS.

Great! Wolfgang G. mentioned it recently, but I was already afraid it
would not make it beyond a "it would be nice if...".

> So far some Xenomai / Adeos related presentations have  already  been
> submitted  (though  I  don't  know  about acceptance, schedule or the
> like):
> * ARM Fast Context Switch Extension for Linux
>   Richard Cochran, OMICRON electronics GmbH
>   Gilles Chanteperdrix, xenomai.org
> * Transparent real time behavior, a new approach
>   Rene Graf, Siemens AG
>   Manfred Neugebauer, Siemens AG
>   Wolfgang Hartmann, Siemens AG
> * Colibri-in-Motion: embedded virtualization technics devoted to hard 
> realtime control
>   Daniel Rossier, Reconfigurable Embedded Digital Systems, HEIG-VD/HES-SO, 
> Switzerland
>   Patrick Gerber, Reconfigurable Embedded Digital Systems, HEIG-VD/HES-SO, 
> Switzerland
> * Real Time Toolkit for Open Robot Control Software
>   Peter Soetens, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
>   Markus Klotzb├╝cher, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
> (not mentioned here several presentations covering RTAI).
> In addition to Gilles'/Richard's  presentation  above  Philippe  also
> indicated that he might eventually come and give a presentation :-)
> Anybody interested to come: please let me know. My dream is  that  as
> many as possible give a short (2...5 minutes sufficient) presentation
> of  their  project:  how  long  they've  been using Xenomai, on which
> platform, what their  are  of  business  is,  eventually  what  their
> project is about, success stories, what you like about Xenomai, where
> you  ran  into  problems, what is still missing in Xenomai to make it
> even easier to use for you, etc. etc...
> I know that many people from many companies read this  list  and  use
> Xenomai  in  their projects, often without ever activly participating
> in the discussions here. Come together at RTLWS! That's the chance to
> see who else is doing the same, and to match faces to names.

I will spread the news internally, but I'm afraid it's still too early
for our customers to show up publicly. In any case, I will try to
prepare some technical information that can be released already (at the
bare minimum a summary of what went to the list and into the repos
during our project).

> See http://www.osadl.org/Dresden-2009.rtlws11-dresden-2009.0.html for
> details, and/or contact me in case of questions, suggestions,  or  if
> you have an abstract for a presentation (yes, the deadline is already
> past, but I'll try to help).
> Best regards,
> Wolfgang Denk


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