Anonymous Reader writes "In March 2002 at the Embedded Systems Conference held in San Francisco, CA, the Embedded Linux Consortium (ELC) rolled out the requisite organizational infrastructure to allow it to begin developing embedded Linux standards. The ELC's primary effort will be to create what is being called the "ELC Platform Specification", which will formally define a standardized core embedded Linux platform. Additional efforts are expected to focus on specific areas of system functionality, such as graphical interface, real-time functions, system boot processes, etc. In
this interview, Mark Brown, Chair of the ELC's Core Platform Working Group, answers questions posed by LinuxDevices.com founder Rick Lehrbaum about the ELC's standardization process, and comments on the significance of the ELC's Core Platform spec."
May 17, 2002
Interview with the Chair of the ELC's core platform working group