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* [http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg144334.html CPU Topology DT binding] (Proposed by Catalin Marinas)
* [http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg144334.html CPU Topology DT binding] (Proposed by Catalin Marinas)
* [http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg144334.html Fine grained DMA Coherency] (Proposed by Catalin Marinas)
* [http://www.spinics.net/lists/arm-kernel/msg144334.html Fine grained DMA Coherency] (Proposed by Catalin Marinas)
* [http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.acpi.devel/50945/focus=50978 Handling off-the-tree dependencies of devices]
* [http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.acpi.devel/50945/focus=50978 Per-device PM QoS - user space interaction]
* [http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.acpi.devel/50945/focus=50978 Universal platform drivers (for ACPI, PNP, etc.)]
* [http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.acpi.devel/50945/focus=50978 Suspend vs wakeup events]
= Schedule =
= Schedule =

Revision as of 20:26, 16 October 2011

We're currently planning an ARM Subarchitecture Maintainership Workshop for the first day of Kernel Summit in Prague, October 23, 2011. Watch this page for details, or contact Grant Likely, Nicolas Pitre, or Arnd Bergmann.

There is limited space available for this meeting. Seats were provided on a first-come, first-served basis and we have now surpassed our self-imposed limit of 24 people. However, if you still would like to attend, or would like to nominate someone who you think is an important participant, then email Grant Likely <grant.likely@secretlab.ca>. We may be able to open up additional seats as needed.

We're also extending an open invite to all kernel summit invitees. If you've been invited to kernel summit and you'd like to attend the ARM workshop, then email Grant so that we know you are coming. Otherwise we'll make you sit on the floor.

Proposed agenda topics

Here is the current list of proposed discussion topics. Feel free to add items to this list.


The ARM maintainership workshop runs from October 23-25, 2001 in Prague. Sunday October 23rd is dedicated to discussion topics of interest to the ARM subarchitecture maintainers, and October 24 and 25 are organized as a hacking sprint. The workshop is co-located with Kernel Summit and there will be some joint events. You can also refer to the Kernel Summit Schedule. Workshop attendees are welcome to attend any of the Kernel Summit presentations on Tuesday, October 25.

Sunday, October 23 Monday, October 24 Tuesday, October 25
9:00am Introductions and announcements (Grant) Hacking Sprint (ksummit) Report from Monday's session
9:30am arm-soc, 6 month evaluation (Arnd) (ksummit) Minisummit/workshop reports
10:30am Break Break
11:00am Discussion Topics Hacking Sprint & Ksummit presentations
12:00pm Lunch Lunch Lunch
1:00pm Discussion Topics Hacking Sprint Hacking Sprint & Ksummit presentations
2:30pm Break Break
3:00pm Discussion Topics Hacking Spring & Ksummit presentations
4:30pm Hacking Sprint Planning (ksummit) GPG identity verification
5:00pm Summary & Action Item review Break
5:30pm Break Break
6:30pm Evening Reception at Hotel Dinner Joint Kernel Summit, ELC-E, LinuxCon Europe reception

Hacking Sprint

  • list target goals here


Registration for the ARM Workshop is now closed. Here is the list of registered participants. If you are registered for this event, feel free to fill in your arrival information below if you want to organize ride sharing from the airport.

Name Roles Arrival information
Chris Ball MMC maintainer and OLPC developer
Ohad Ben-Cohen OMAP engineer
Arnd Bergmann arm-soc tree maintainer
David Brown MSM maintainer BA856 OCT 22 6:50pm
Mark Brown ASoC maintainer
Lennert Buytenhek Marvel SoC maintainer
Benoît Cousson OMAP engineer
Magnus Damm shmobile maintainer
Will Deacon ARM engineer
Nicolas Ferre Atmel maintainer
Thomas Gleixner random Linux dude
Igor Grinberg OMAP engineer
Sascha Hauer imx maintainer
Kevin Hilman OMAP power management maintainer
Olof Johansson Tegra maintainer BA856 OCT 22 6:59pm
Kukjin Kim Samsung SoC maintainer
Russell King ARM architecture maintainer
Grant Likely Device Tree, GPIO and SPI maintainer AC9294 OCT 22 11:45am
Tony Lindgren OMAP maintainer
Pavel Machek Freezer/hibernation maintainer
Catalin Marinas ARM engineer
Kyungmin Park Samsung mobile boards & drivers maintainer
Nicolas Pitre arm-soc tree maintainer
Jean-Christophe Plagniol-Villard Atmel maintainer
Deepak Saxena Linaro Kernel WG manager
Marek Vasut Various pxa boards maintainer
Paul Walmsley OMAP clock framework maintainer
Stephen Warren Tegra maintainer
Marc Zyngier ARM engineer
Sitting in from Kernel Summit
Name Roles
Mike Frysinger
Greg Kroah-Hartman
Nominated, but have not yet responded.
Name Roles
Barry Song CSR maintainer
Day 2 hacking sprint only
Name Roles
Wolfram Sang
Declined - will not attend
Name Roles
Eric Miao pxa/mmp maintainer
Marek Szyprowski attending V4L2 workshop at same time
Paul Mundt shmobile maintainer
Linus Walleij ST-Ericsson SoC maintainer
Haojian Zhuang pxa/mmp maintainer


  • Planning Committee: Arnd Bergmann, Grant Likely, and Nicolas Pitre
  • AV:
  • Logistics:
  • Ride sharing: