Television with Linux
The LinuxTV community develops and maintains the Linux Kernel Media Subsystems and several userspace libraries and applications.
The Linux Kernel Media Subsystems provides support for devices like webcams, streaming capture and output, analog TV, digital TV, AM/FM radio, Sofware Digital Radio (SDR) and remote controllers. It offers native support for a large number of drivers for commonly available PCI cards and USB devices, but the subsystems are also targeted towards Linux based set-top-boxes and embedded devices, like mobile phones.
As discussed on our IRC #v4l channel at Freenode, we'll be running a 3-day Media Controller workshop in Helsinki between July 29-31.
The main goal of this workshop is to fixup the problems with the Media Controller API to properly represent device nodes and the control tree, as this is a requirement for the Media Controller to be used by DVB, ALSA and radio devices.
This is an invitation-only event, as we want to be sure that we'll have there people that are actively working with the Media Controller, DVB and/or ALSA. So, if you think this is for you, please send us an e-mail.
Also, even if you're not able to participate, feel free to submit relevant topics related to the Media Controller, in order to help us to build the workshop's agenda and take other needs into account when working on the needed API changes.
As usual, we'll be using the email@example.com ML for the specific discussions about that, so the ones interested on participate on such discussions and/or be present there are requested to subscribe it, and to submit themes of interest via the mailing lists.
For those interested on this theme, I'll add a list of the most relevant past discussions about this theme on this news.
Hope to see you there!
The first 2015 Linux Media mini-summit happened in San Jose, CA, USA, on March, 26 2015. The notes taken during the meeting is available here.
We had our second 2014's Media Summit on Oct, 17-18 in Düsseldorf.In the name of the organizing committee, I'd like to thank you all for being there with us during those two days.
There were several good discussions that happened during the meeting, aimed to improve even more the Linux media subsystem.
Also, it was agreed during the meeting that we'll try to reach an even broader audience on the next events. So we're counting with all you on our next year's event(s).
The notes taken during the meeting is available here.
The first 2014 Linux Media mini-summit happened in San Jose, CA, USA, on May 3rd 2014. The notes taken during the meeting is available here.