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Thursday, February 23 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
OpenWrt/LEDE: When Two become One - Florian Fainelli, Broadcom Ltd

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OpenWrt is a popular Linux distribution and build system primarily targeting the Wi-Fi router/gateway space. The project has been around for more than 12 years, but has recently experienced a schism amongst the developers over various issues.  This resulted in the formation of the LEDE project.  This split has caused confusion among the community and users. This presentation will cover what OpenWrt/LEDE projects are, what problems they are solving in the embedded Linux space, and how they do it differently than the competition. We will specifically focus on key features and strengths: build system, package management, ubus/ubox based user space and web interface (LuCI). We will demonstrate a few typical use cases for the audience. Finally, the conclusion will focus on the anticipated reunification of the two projects into one and what this means for the community and the user base.

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Florian Fainelli

Broadcom Ltd
Florian is a software engineering manager/developer working in Broadcom’s Set-top-box/Cable Modem business unit.  There he leads a team of Linux kernel engineers working on MIPS, ARM, and ARM64 SoCs with a critical eye on keeping as much as possible upstream and helping other groups contribute to the Linux kernel.  Also, Florian is an OpenWrt/LEDE developer and open source enthusiast and happily hacks wherever it is necessary. In the past... Read More →


Thursday February 23, 2017 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Atrium Ballroom
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