Linaro Mobile Group (LMG)
The LMG wiki pages provide information about our mobile activities and how to keep in contact with us. Note that many of the links require a login and are only available to Linaro members - for information on becoming a member, please contact Joe Bates at email@example.com.
In LMG there are subteams which work on Android, ART, Chrome, Graphics, the Linux Kernel and GPGPU.
The Confectionary release is made in two forms. The Reference-LCR release which is publicly available and Member-LCR which is only available to members. Releases can generally be found on http://releases.linaro.org
LMG follows a monthly release cadence.
LMG has reference builds for both a daily AOSP and the monthly Linaro Confectionery Releases. The process is documented here.
We welcome feedback on our releases and ask you do to so via firstname.lastname@example.org or join us on the #linaro-android channel on freenode. You may open a bug being report via bugs.linaro.org. We make no representations that a reported bug will be fixed or how fast it might be addressed. Member input weighs strongly in these considerations.
Communicate with LMG
In addition to this wiki, we use various mailing lists, IRC, collaborate.linaro.org and projects.linaro.org/LMG to communicate.
- LMG's public mailing lists
- IRC via irc.freenode.net
LMG uses Jira to chart our plans. This is available only to members with a login id via collaborate. here.
The roadmap is set by the LMG Steering Committee.
LMG Reference Library
We maintain a library of howtos, past presentations and other useful reference material.
The LMG uses a variety of hardware to accomplish our goals, including:
- ARM Juno
- Nexus 10, 7 (2013)
- TI Vayu
- TI X15
- Versatile Express
- Dragon Board 410c
The LMG Engineering team directory is listed here. (Internal link)
LMG (last modified 2020-03-24 08:04:37)