Abdellatif El Khlifi

A passionate embedded Linux & Yocto developer, proud Arm engineer , active open-source contributor, involved in board bring-up and designing custom Embedded Linux systems.

  • Corstone-1000: Secure IoT SoC on Yocto Project
Alberto Pianon

Project Lead of the Eclipse Oniro Compliance Toolchain project.

Experienced IT Lawyer, skilled in Data Privacy, Privacy Law, Intellectual Property, Cyberlaw, and Copyright Law.
Member of the Legal Network of the FSFE. More than 10 years of experience in open source licensing and compliance, especially in the embedded/IoT field. Intermediate programming skills (python, php, java, C/C++); 5 years of experience in designing and developing compliance automation software tools for embedded projects, integrated in CI/CD pipelines.

  • OSPO-ready Yocto Projects: the data you didn't know to have
Andrew Wafaa

Yocto Project Governance Board Chair

  • YP Summit Opening Keynote
Anna-Lena Marx

Anna-Lena is a Embedded Systems Dev at inovex. After a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a master in embedded systems, she is now studying electrical engineering - for fun. Her professional focus is on building embedded systems based on Android or Yocto, kernel development and embedded security.

  • How a modern Yocto setup could look like - by example
Behan Webster
  • Introduction to Layers, Images and more
  • Introduction to the Yocto Project and Bitbake
Clay Timmons

Senior Embedded Developer with extensive Linux background.

  • Automating Yocto image testing with Gitlab CI/CD
David Reyna

David Reyna has been part of the Wind River Linux team since 2005.

David is a long time contributor to Yocto Project, including the Conference Team, the Working Group, the Advocacy Group, the 5-Year Planning team, and is the maintainer for Toaster and the SRTool.

  • Hands-on setup
  • Hands-on session using Devtool
Jon Mason

Jon Mason is a Software Engineer working for Arm. Jon is an active contributor to Yocto Project/OpenEmbedded and is co-maintainer for the meta-arm layer. Also, he is a board of directors member and technical steering committee for OpenEmbedded. Prior to his current position, he has worked on the Linux kernel and device drivers for a number of companies.

In his free time, Jon is a vocal advocate for Free and Open Source software, as well as maintains a few Linux drivers

  • KAS, Yocto made easy
Josef Holzmayr

Live coder and drinker, jester, metalhead and aspiring yoga instructor.

  • When not to use Yocto Project
  • Live coding
Joshua Watt

Joshua is an Embedded Software Engineer with 14 years of experience who works for Garmin International. He has been working with the Yocto project for the past 7 years and is a member of the OpenEmbedded Technical Steering committee.

  • SBoMs and Supply Chain with the Yocto Project
Khem Raj
  • Yocto Project Lesser Known Features
Leon Anavi

Leon Anavi is an open source enthusiast and a senior software engineer at Konsulko Group. He is an active contributor to various Yocto/OpenEmbedded meta layers, Mender, RAUC, Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) and many other open source projects. His professional experience includes web and mobile application development for various platforms as well as porting and maintaining embedded Linux distributions to Raspberry Pi and devices with x86-64, i.MX6, i.MX8, NVIDIA Tegra, RISC-V, Amlogic, Rockchip and Allwinner (aka sunxi) SoC. Leon holds a masters in Information Technology from the Technical University Sofia. His previous speaking experience includes talks about open source software and hardware during events in San Francisco, San Diego, Portland (OR), Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Brussels, Lyon, Grenoble, Berlin, Edinburgh, London, Cambridge, Bratislava, Prague, Sofia and his hometown Plovdiv.

  • Porting Mender to New i.MX 8M Plus Machine and Working with Toradex BSP
Mark Asselstine

Mark has worked in the software industry for 25 years with over 22 years working on critical infrastructure software. Building on his experience developing software in the robotics, telecommunications, air traffic control, and operating system fields, Mark is a key member of the architectural leadership team for the Wind River Linux product suite. Mark contributes to open source projects including the Yocto Project, StarlingX and many more. Mark often works with various silicon vendors and other embedded developers to enhance and grow open source software.

  • Drive Towards Frequent and Sustained Software Updates
Marta Rybczynska

Marta Rybczynska has a network security background, and 20 years of experience in Open Source including 15 years in embedded development.

She has been working with embedded operating systems like Linux and various real-time ones, system libraries, and frameworks up to user interfaces. Her specialties are architecture-specific parts of the Linux kernel. In the past, Marta served as Vice-President and treasurer for KDE e.V. She has been involved in various Open Source projects and also contributed kernel-related guest articles for LWN.net.

In 2021, she founded Syslinbit, an Open Source consulting company. She has been contributing to the Eclipse Oniro project since April 2021 as a consultant.

She has experience with presentations at both scientific and free software conferences, including LinuxCon, Open Source Summit, Embedded Linux Conference, Akademy, FOSDEM, and FOSS-north.

  • Maintenance and Security of a Yocto Project-based Distribution: A Year of Experiences
Martin Rabanser

Martin Rabanser is a business and technology consultant. In his 20+ years experience he has been a trainer for research groups for the CERN middleware gLite, has co-created the exponential growth in a tourism focused tech startup and led the technological directions as CTO in different companies and joint ventures.
Now he is coaching and supporting companies, startups and institutions to get their technological projects done and successful.

  • OSPO-ready Yocto Projects: the data you didn't know to have
Michael Opdenacker

Michael Opdenacker is the current maintainer of the BitBake and Yocto Project Manuals. He started using OpenEmbedded in 2004, being blessed by guidance from some of the Founding Fathers, in particular Mickey Lauer and Phil Blundell. After a long pause, he is back and happy to see what has changed, and what hasn't.

  • Bitbaking SPDX SBoM
Mikko Rapeli

Mikko is a long time user and contributor to the Yocto Project. He has helped develop several Yocto based products which are today rolling down the streets.

  • Detecting and fixing CVE security issues in yocto based embedded Linux distribution
Nicolas Dechesne
  • Welcome - Thursday
  • Welcome - Tuesday
Paul Barker

Paul Barker is an Embedded Linux & Open Source professional. He has been an active member of the Yocto Project community since 2013. He has contributed to the project in many ways, including maintaining the opkg package manager during 2013-2015 and presenting at several previous
Yocto Project summit events. He is currently working as Principal Software Engineer for SanCloud Ltd, maintaining the meta-sancloud BSP layer and other software components.

  • Creating Friendly Layers, 2022 Edition
Randy MacLeod

Randy is a Senior Member of Technical Staff at Wind River Systems where he has worked for the last 12 years on a variety of tasks related to Wind River Linux and the Yocto Project.

  • Making bitbake PSI-chic: regulating builds using /proc/pressure
  • What's new for Rust in the Yocto Project?
Richard Elberger
  • AWS and Yocto Project
Rob Woolley

Rob Woolley is a Principal Technologist at Wind River. He has been working with the Robot Operating System on VxWorks and Linux since 2018.

He works in the Office of the CTO where he tracks emerging technologies to apply them to traditional embedded systems. Rob focuses on Cloud-to-Edge Computing where he can leverage his knowledge with embedded, web, and cloud technologies.

  • Building a Robot with Yocto and ROS
Ross Burton

Ross Burton is a Principal Yocto Engineer at Arm, previously having worked on the Yocto Project at Intel and its origins at OpenedHand.

  • Why Is My Build So Slow‽
Rudolf J Streif

I am a consultant on embedded and cloud software technologies enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), connected cars, in-vehicle infotainment and other applications. He advises clients from various industries in open source-software technology and engineering practices for rapid product and services development and deployment.

Among my clients are car companies, equipment companies and government agencies. The majority of my work is on embedded Linux systems building stacks and applications with the Yocto Project. Besides that work, I am also teaching Yocto Project and embedded Linux courses.

I have written the book "Embedded Linux Systems with the Yocto Project" which has been published by Prentice Hall/Pearson Education.

My website can be found at www.ibeeto.com.

  • Hands-on User Space
Thomas Roos

Thomas Roos, AWS, Embedded Linux Engineer

Thomas has been working professionally and privately with Linux since more than 15 years. He currently works as an Embedded Linux Engineer for AWS, spending time as maintainer for the meta-aws layer and working on other Linux things.
Started creating cross compile toolchains with Windows and then became a Yocto fan finally. Furthermore, he has a lot of experience in product development, building software and hardware IP based VoIP PAGA intercom products with embedded Linux. Now doing IoT for a company that truly believe in open source and help customers to integrate AWS software for embedded Linux.

In his spare time, beside family, he plays music in a “Oktoberfest” band or fly paramotor.

  • Automate Yocto layer maintenance with cloud managed services
Tim Orling

Tim Orling is a Principal Software Engineer at Konsulko Group. Tim joined Konsulko Group at the end of 2021. Tim was elected to the OpenEmbedded Board in 2022. He has spent many years as a volunteer developer for OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project. He has been an open source software and embedded hardware enthusiast for many years. He taught in a university setting for more than 5 years and has given many well-received training sessions and technical talks at conferences. Tim is currently working in areas of over the air updates, secure boot and disk encryption. Tim has driven updates in the Yocto Project Python recipe infrastructure to keep up with upstream packaging changes and the introduction of Rust extensions. Tim has been tinkering at home with microcontrollers via Zephyr Project, MicroPython and CircuitPython.

  • Creating an Installer that Leverages bmaptool
  • Running QEMU Images with virtio, virsh and virt-manager
Tomasz Żyjewski

Embedded systems engineer at 3mdeb. Yocto Project enthusiast.

  • Enabling UEFI Secure Boot on x86 platform with Yocto - getting started with meta-secure-core
Tom King
  • Introduction to Layers, Images and more