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Thursday, June 23 • 2:55pm - 3:35pm
Yocto Project Autobuilders and the SWAT Team - Alexandre Belloni, Bootlin

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The Yocto Project autobuilders are used to build poky and member layers, test bitbake and openembedded-core, and even execute runtime tests. The SWAT team is looking at build and test failures with the goal of triaging the actual code issues versus the infrastructure failures. This talk will present some of the Yocto Project behind the scenes: how work is prepared and sent to the autobuilders, the many challenges to maintaining the infrastructure and how the SWAT team is working to triage failures. A few examples of recent issues and what is done to solve them will be given to illustrate this talk and help developers trying to set up their own CI.

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Alexandre Belloni

COO, Bootlin
Alexandre Belloni has 15 years of experience working on embedded systems, and joined Bootlin 2013. In the Linux kernel, Alexandre is the co-maintainer of the Microchip/Atmel processor support and the maintainer of the RTC and I3C subsystems. Alexandre is also one of Bootlin's Yocto... Read More →


Thursday June 23, 2022 2:55pm - 3:35pm CDT
Griffin Hall
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