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Re: [dsdp-pmc] EclipseCon 2008

Hi guys,

I agree with the proposed lay-out.

We appreciate the opportunity for a TmL long talk. We will have the source code in CVS by then, and this will be an excellent timing to create awareness and recruit new members for the project.

Mauren and I are working on abstracts.

Our ideas were along the lines:

Long Talk: Technical, give a summary of work done sofar, explain Architecture, Extension Points, give ideas how people can adapt this to their own needs Short Talk: Demo + give outlook on future ideas like end-to-end infrastructure simulation

Doug, please let me know if I can be of help recruiting participants for Panels from Motorola.

- Christian

Oberhuber, Martin wrote:
Hi Doug,
are the 3 tutorials we got allocated 2-hour (short tutorial) slots again?
For TM, we could present the same as last year, and probably some new
stuff that's emerging right now (TCF). But it's not clear yet how mature and
available the new stuff will be at the time of EclipseCon.
Given that we'd probably just repeat the same from last year, I could also
give the TM tutorial slot to somebody else if we think the community would
be more interested in something else. I could probably do a long talk on
TM, with focus on TCF instead.
What about using the time for a double-short (4-hour) tutorial on DD/DSF
for instance? The debugging technology is complex and there are many
questions about it.
Any other proposals for talks, or how to use the slots?

Martin Oberhuber
Wind River Systems, Inc.
Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member

    *From:* dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
    [mailto:dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Gaff, Doug
    *Sent:* Tuesday, October 16, 2007 8:24 PM
    *To:* DSDP PMC list
    *Subject:* [dsdp-pmc] EclipseCon 2008

    Hi folks,

    Since I haven’t seen any traffic other than Martin, here is my
    proposal for our track allocations:

    *Tutorials (3) *

        * (1) Target Management (Martin, Dave)
        * (2) eRCP/eSWT (Gorkem, Mark)
        * (3) Building a debugger on DSF and Flexible Hierarchy
          (Darin, Pawel)

    *Long Talks (4) *

        * (1) Tools for Mobile Linux (Christian)
        * (2) User focused talk / panel
        * (3) User focused talk
        * (4) User focused talk

    *Short Talks (10) *

        * What's new in Ganymede
              o (1) Target Management (Martin)
              o (2) Device Debugging (Pawel)
              o (3) eRCP (Gorkem, Mark)
              o (4) NAB (Shigeki)
        * Emerging technology
              o (5) TmL (Christian)
              o (6) VPP (Mark)
              o (7) RTSC (proposed project lead)
        * User focused talks (e.g. applications of eRCP, TM, NAB, OSGi
          in embedded, etc.)
              o (8) User focused talk
              o (9) User focused talk
              o (10) User focused talk

    I am trying to leave room for submissions that aren’t specifically
    DSDP, but are in the embedded/mobile space. VPP and RTSC are newly
    proposed projects (only one has been officially announced).



    *From:* dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
    [mailto:dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Gaff, Doug
    *Sent:* Friday, September 14, 2007 4:36 PM
    *To:* DSDP PMC list
    *Subject:* RE: [dsdp-pmc] Next Meeting and EclipseCon

    Yes, that’s an interesting idea. One of the things the PC
    suggested was creative ways to use short talk slots, e.g.

    - 4 talks and a 10-minute Q&A or Panel

    - 5 speakers on the same theme (time limits and delineation will
    be enforced)

    - Speedy demos

    A what’s new in Ganymede would be very interesting. I see TM, DD,
    NAB, and eRCP as /potential/ speakers. (Get on the train!!) It
    would draw collective attention to the projects in DSDP.

    A what’s new in DSDP would be interesting, too. TmL, VPP, and the
    (revived) MTJ could cover that.

    *From:* dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
    [mailto:dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Oberhuber, Martin
    *Sent:* Friday, September 14, 2007 4:30 PM
    *To:* DSDP PMC list
    *Subject:* RE: [dsdp-pmc] Next Meeting and EclipseCon

    Hi Doug,

    given the allocation of slots, I first thought about

    doing a "Whats new in Target Management"

    short talk.

    But then it struck me that it would be even more

    valuable to have a single combined "What's new

    in Ganymede" talk where each project has a

    short slot to talk about news. I guess this could

    even be a plenary session.

    What do you think, would it worth bringing that

    idea forward to the organizing committee?

    Depending on how things go forward with TCF,

    that might also be worth a slot; but it's hard to

    decide right now.

    Martin Oberhuber
    Wind River Systems, Inc.
    Target Management Project Lead, DSDP PMC Member


        *From:* dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx
        [mailto:dsdp-pmc-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] *On Behalf Of *Gaff, Doug
        *Sent:* Friday, September 14, 2007 10:22 PM
        *To:* DSDP PMC list
        *Subject:* [dsdp-pmc] Next Meeting and EclipseCon

        Hi folks,

        Sorry for not being in touch on our next meeting. EclipseCon
        and my upcoming commercial release are taking a lot of time. I
        also have 4 weeks of travel coming up, so I’d like to wait
        until October for our next meeting.

        That being said, it’s time to start working on EclipseCon 08.
        I’d like to do this over email the next couple of weeks. I am
        again responsible for the Mobile/Embedded Category, which has
        the following allocation:

        4 Long Talks

        10 Short Talks

        3 Tutorials (2 hour slots – can be combined if desired)

        As you can see, the Program Committee is pushing for more
        short talks this year to get better exposure and diversity of
        topics. Short talk speakers will receive a 20% discount (new
        this year.) The PC has also done away with separate Panel and
        Demo allocations, since many of the Panels weren’t very
        interesting. If we really want to do a Panel, though, we
        should discuss. Demo allocations can either be long or short
        talks. It’s up to us.

        What I need from you:

        · Would your project like a talk slot?

        · Long, short, or tutorial?

        · Do you know of folks outside our projects that would be
        interested in speaking? We should recruit beyond DSDP.

        · Do you want to see a panel discussion? On what topic?

        Please respond by 9/21 (1 week). Then we can discuss further.



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