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Earlier this week, preparation of my "Linux kernel on ARM: consolidation work" talk at the Libre Software Meeting. 52 slides about the support for ARM in Linux, Device Tree, the new pinctrl and clock frameworks.

On Thursday, preparation of my "MapOSMatic, free city maps for everyone !" talk at the Libre Software Meeting. 46 slides about this project.

Yesterday and today, preparation of my "Tutorial on using Buildroot, a nice, simple and efficient embedded Linux build system" workshop at Libre Software Meeting. 43 slides, with lots of preparation because the workshop will be given directly on real hardware.

And now, I have to prepare the "Buildroot, a nice, simple and efficient embedded Linux build system", but that should be relatively quick due to a similar talk I gave in San Francisco in February during the Embedded Linux Conference.

Who said I proposed way too many talks for the Libre Software Meeting, and I shouldn't have done so?
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