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February 12, 2012
New page for the Fourteenth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
January 28, 2011
New page for the Thirteenth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
March 27, 2010
New page for the Twelfth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
January 19, 2009
New page for the Eleventh Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
November 8, 2007
New page for the Tenth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
April 2, 2007
New page for the Ninth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
January 12, 2006
New page for the Eighth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
February 16, 2005
New page for the Seventh Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
February 11, 2004
New page for the Sixth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
March 21, 2003
New page for the Fifth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
February 1, 2003
The first workshop on Linux in control on free software and technologies in control and automation annouced to take place on May 9-10 2003 in Leuven, Belgium.
December 7, 2002
The Fourth Real-Time Linux Workshop brought together more than 60 interested developers and users of real time linux variants.
October 22, 2002
Birth of a Feather session on Linux and open source in control at the Fourth Real-Time Linux Workshop announced.
September 22, 2002
New page for Fourth Real-Time Linux Workshop launched.
May 6, 2002
Announcement and Call for papers for the Real Time Linux Workshop 2002, December 6-7 2002 at the Computer Science Department, Boston University in Boston, MA-02215, USA.
March 14, 2002
The Real Time Linux Foundation is recognized as a tax exempt charitable non-profit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations by U.S. tax payers will qualify as charitable contributions and are deductible to the extend permissible under U.S. tax laws.
If you have any questions regarding the deductibility of your donation, please contact your tax advisor. You are also welcome to contact the treasurer of the Foundation if you have any further questions on this matter.
February 22, 2002
Robert McMinn joins the Foundation as part-time professional staff. Robert will serve as Foundation Manager, attending to adminstrative duties including Communications, Fundraising, Financial Administration, Database Management, Conferences/Workshop Planning, Consulting and other duties as requested by the Board.He has 12 years experience in the philanthropic field working at private foundations and as chair of the Grants Managers Network.
Dec 7, 2001
The 3rd Real-Time Linux Workshop was recently held at the Crowne Plaza Linate hotel in Milan, Italy. This was the first such event organized under the direction of the Real-Time Linux Foundation and Active Exhibitions Europe. Although the aftermath of the tragedy of September 11 diminished the involvement of our American colleagues, the workshop was a melting pot of software and hardware engineers and brought together developers, users, advocates and a trade show all under the one roof.
The Real Time Linux Foundation and the Thinking Nerds organized three of four conference tracks with high quality presentations. Highlights of the 2 day conference include kick start sessions conducted by Real-Time Linux Foundation staff to introduce newcomers to the brave new world of real-time Linux and 3 excellent keynote addresses. The "humaniod robot" keynote by Satoshi Kagami of the National Institute of Advanced Science and Technology in Japan, in particular, enthralled delegates at the end of a long first day. At the end of the second day, Fred Proctor of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States, managed to hold everyone's attention with a first-class talk on measuring performance in real-time Linux.
Parallel track sessions enabled delegates to pick and choose their topics and there was much time for discussion both after the talks and at the lunch/tea/coffee breaks. So, after Vienna, Orlando and Milan, the real-time Linux workshops continue next year in Boston, Massachusetts. The dates and call for papers will be announced in due course.Read more about it
August 14, 2001
Thomas McGuire joins the Foundation's board of directors and will serve as secretary. Thomas is a tax attorney and has been the Foundation's treasurer since incorporation in early 2001.
March 20, 2001
David Olofson joins the Foundation's board of directors. David is a software developer and programmer at Reologica Instruments AB and gained high reputation in the Real Rime Linux comumnity for his expertise which is shown in his profound replies on the Real Time Linux mailing list.