Online / 5 & 6 February 2022


Bernhard Rosenkränzer

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Bernhard "bero" Rosenkränzer has been a Linux developer for 25 years - working on desktop, server and embedded alike. He is a regular speaker at Open Source conferences like FOSDEM, Embedded Linux Conference, Linux Piter and Open Source Summit. He currently works on the Eclipse Foundation's Oniro operating system. Previous employers include Linaro and Red Hat. He is also a main developer and the president of the OpenMandriva Association.

When not at the computer, he can usually be found in the Swiss Alps with his 2 dogs, Chwido and Laska.



Title Day Room Track Start End
Taking a desktop OS to mobile phones
OpenMandriva now runs on the PinePhone - what did we have to do?
Saturday FOSS on Mobile Devices 12:30 13:00
Libc++ on Linux - using the example of Oniro
Experiences with switching from libstdc++ to libc++
Saturday D.llvm LLVM 15:35 16:00
GPIO across Linux and Zephyr kernels
Maximizing code reuse in the example of the Oniro doorlock blueprint
Saturday D.embedded Embedded, Mobile and Automotive 17:30 18:00
DOs and DON'Ts when building a Yocto based distribution
What we have learned in a year of building Oniro
Sunday D.distributions Distributions 15:45 16:10