openEuler, is an open source, free Linux distribution platform that provides an open community for global developers to build a diversified architecture -inclusive software ecosystem. Last month, under the OpenAtom Foundation, the community hosted openEuler Developer Day (ODD), a top developer summit aimed to promote innovation and breakthroughs in operating systems and basic software.
ODD 2023 was hosted online and in-person in Shanghai on April 2021. The event showcased the features of the newly released version 23.03, as well as technological achievements in diverse computing and cross-scenario collaboration, shared business practices based on openEuler across various industries and exhibited openEuler’s cooperation and research progress with international open source communities and universities.
With the help of the Zephyr Special Interest Group (SIG), which acts as a bridge to connect the openEuler and Zephyr RTOS communities, Zephyr was one of the important participants in the event. The group hosted a booth that played an overview video presented by Zephyr Developer Advocate Benjamin Cabé and one by Wayne Ren, Zephyr Ambassador and the technical community member of openEuler, that presented the collaboration between Zephyr and openEuler.
Guoqi XIE, a Professor at Hunan University, gave a keynote that announced the Zephyr-based Virtual Machine (ZVM), which was initiated by the University and the Zephyr SIG. ZVM’s source repo was setup under openEuler and managed by Zephyr SIG. He also shared an introduction of ZVM in ODD’s embedded workup in the afternoon. Additionally, Professor XIE will present the latest update of ZVM in Zephyr Developer Summit on June 27-30 in-person in Prague, Czech Republic or virtually.
After the keynote and workshop sessions, the Zephyr SIG collaborated with other embedded-related SIGs to participate in a live Cross-SIG meeting to discuss current statuses and future plans. Through these face-to-face interactions, the developers that attended ODD had a better understanding of Zephyr.
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