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Monday, October 26 • 19:30 - 20:20
BoF: KernelCI: Lessons Learned - Guillaume Tucker, Collabora

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A lot has happened since KernelCI was announced as a new Linux Foundation project at ELC-E 2019 in Lyon. One year on, what have we learnt?

We are witnessing an increasing number of individuals and organisations who are getting involved with the project and make it grow in some new ways. We now have much more build power, a fast-expanding functional testing coverage and a new database design to collate results from other existing kernel test systems. But what makes it truly special is how it has the potential to be driven by the kernel community at the same scale as the Linux kernel itself.

The KernelCI project team's main role is essentially to facilitate this to happen, by providing some technical solutions as well as an open forum for catalyzing progress in kernel automated testing and development workflows. Join the discussion in this BoF to take part in shaping another exciting year ahead! Key topics to get started include a follow-up from the community survey we did in June, what subsystem maintainers need in order to make KernelCI part of their workflow, how to run automated kernel tests in an effective way...

We'll be using a shared document to gather KernelCI Community Notes from the BoF discussions:

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Guillaume Tucker

Software Engineer, Collabora
Originally with a hardware background, over the last fifteen years I have progressed as a low-level embedded software engineer while working at several start-ups and ARM. Since I joined Collabora in 2017, I have spent the best part of my time working on KernelCI. Initially adding... Read More →

Monday October 26, 2020 19:30 - 20:20 GMT
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