AGL Virtual F2F Workshop planned for April 5 - 6


Walt Miner
 

The next AGL Face-to-Face workshop will be held virtually on April 5-6, 2022 [1]. The meetings will start in the morning CEST and run for about six hours each day.  We will be working on a number of high priority topics that focu on finalizing the work plan for this year based on the roadmap developed by the Expert Groups, System Architecture Team and approved by the AGL Steering Committee.  Topics include:

a. Completing the new AGL App FW  architecture and design. 
b. Determining the best path forward for a new preferred AGL IPC to replace the WebSocket interface to binders that were required in the old App FW. 
c. Vehicle signalling and CAN interface design. 
d. Updates from the Instrument Cluster and IVI Expert Groups. 
e. Planning for the AGL Reference Applications to replace the existing Qt apps for CES 2023. 

Other topics will be added as we get closer to the workshop. Please contact me if there is something you would like to add to the agenda. The final agenda will be released one week before the meeting.  

If you plan to attend the workshop please add your name to the attendee list on the wiki page or contact me to let me know.

Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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Walt Miner
 

One other note, we are planning a hybrid workshop with in-person attendance in Berlin for the week of May 15. I will have more details in the coming days, but if it is possible for you to attend an in-person workshop, please block off the week of May 15 to be in Berlin.  I really look forward to seeing everyone there. 

Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

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On Tue, Mar 1, 2022 at 5:19 PM Walt Miner via lists.automotivelinux.org <wminer=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:
The next AGL Face-to-Face workshop will be held virtually on April 5-6, 2022 [1]. The meetings will start in the morning CEST and run for about six hours each day.  We will be working on a number of high priority topics that focu on finalizing the work plan for this year based on the roadmap developed by the Expert Groups, System Architecture Team and approved by the AGL Steering Committee.  Topics include:

a. Completing the new AGL App FW  architecture and design. 
b. Determining the best path forward for a new preferred AGL IPC to replace the WebSocket interface to binders that were required in the old App FW. 
c. Vehicle signalling and CAN interface design. 
d. Updates from the Instrument Cluster and IVI Expert Groups. 
e. Planning for the AGL Reference Applications to replace the existing Qt apps for CES 2023. 

Other topics will be added as we get closer to the workshop. Please contact me if there is something you would like to add to the agenda. The final agenda will be released one week before the meeting.  

If you plan to attend the workshop please add your name to the attendee list on the wiki page or contact me to let me know.

Regards,
Walt


Walt Miner
AGL Community Manager
The Linux Foundation

Visit us at: