August 14, 2002
Embedded Linux Platform Spec achieves 'strawman' phase
Anonymous Reader writes: "Meeting nine times since kickoff in March, the Embedded Linux Consortium's Core Platform Working Group has achieved consensus on a strawman specification. The document will soon circulate for comment among member companies under the organization's intellectual property rules. This cycle will enable the group to build a completed core platform specification for the global embedded Linux community by year's end. A difficult but worthy goal, the Core Platform is expected to bring order to the market by reducing concerns and silencing competitive disinformation about operating system fragmentation and support. Read the full announcement here aat LinuxDevices.com."