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FOSS on Mobile Devices devroom


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Saturday Mainlining the reMarkable 2 eInk tablet Nemomobile
Bringing freedom to mobile
Librem 5 phone kernel report Taking a desktop OS to mobile phones
OpenMandriva now runs on the PinePhone - what did we have to do?
2 Years of Mobian
Birth and growth of a mobile Linux distribution
Porting mainline Linux to mobile phones The road towards using regular linux on ebook readers
Experiences and progress with Kobo/Tolino readers
Status of camera support on mobile FOSS devices
An open discussion about the state of cameras on Linux-powered mobile devices
Sunday Mainline Linux for Snapdragon 410
How we support over 25 devices in postmarketOS
Portable Parens: Graphical Lisp programs for mobile devices
Techniques for building responsive, touch-friendly GUI applications with functional programming paradigms
From Android to mainline on the Snapdragon 845
Extending the life of Android devices with upstream kernels and postmarketOS
Linux Mobile vs. The Social Dilemma ModemManager in your phone Welcome to Libadwaita Anatomy of a call
What goes into making a call in GNOME Calls
Phosh Contributors Get Together
Get to meet the other Phosh contributors
Closing session

Read the Call for Papers at https://gitlab.com/fosdem_mobile/devroom/-/blob/main/README.md.

The FOSS on mobile devices devroom is a place for development teams around the different existing projects to meet, discuss the latest news and share with an interested audience what they have been working on.

With lots of work being done on the development of FOSS in the mobile space in recent times, more and more devices running (close to) mainline kernels, and improved support for mobile formfactors in various toolkits we invite you to learn how our collective quest for World domination is going!

Event Speakers Start End

Saturday

  Mainlining the reMarkable 2 eInk tablet Alistair Francis 10:15 10:45
  Nemomobile
Bringing freedom to mobile
Jozef Mlich 10:50 11:30
  Librem 5 phone kernel report Martin Kepplinger 11:45 12:15
  Taking a desktop OS to mobile phones
OpenMandriva now runs on the PinePhone - what did we have to do?
Bernhard Rosenkränzer 12:30 13:05
  2 Years of Mobian
Birth and growth of a mobile Linux distribution
Arnaud Ferraris 13:30 14:10
  Porting mainline Linux to mobile phones Luca Weiss 14:20 15:00
  The road towards using regular linux on ebook readers
Experiences and progress with Kobo/Tolino readers
Andreas Kemnade 15:20 16:00
  Status of camera support on mobile FOSS devices
An open discussion about the state of cameras on Linux-powered mobile devices
Jacopo Mondi 16:30 18:00

Sunday

  Mainline Linux for Snapdragon 410
How we support over 25 devices in postmarketOS
Nikita Travkin 10:15 10:45
  Portable Parens: Graphical Lisp programs for mobile devices
Techniques for building responsive, touch-friendly GUI applications with functional programming paradigms
Sebastian Crane 11:00 11:40
  From Android to mainline on the Snapdragon 845
Extending the life of Android devices with upstream kernels and postmarketOS
caleb Connolly 12:00 12:40
  Linux Mobile vs. The Social Dilemma OIiver Smith 13:00 13:40
  ModemManager in your phone Aleksander Morgado 13:50 14:30
  Welcome to Libadwaita Tobias Bernard 14:45 15:25
  Anatomy of a call
What goes into making a call in GNOME Calls
Evangelos Ribeiro Tzaras 15:40 15:50
  Phosh Contributors Get Together
Get to meet the other Phosh contributors
Guido Günther 16:00 16:30
  Closing session 16:30 18:00