Review of the real time stable release process

Registered by LPC Submitter on 2012-05-16

[Slides](http://www.linuxplumbersconf.org/2012/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/2012-lpc-rt-review-stable-rt-process-rowand.pdf)

Real time stable releases are a new feature of the 3.x real time development process. This session will examine the process and policies of the releases, the experience of various consumers of the releases, what is working well, what additional needs might be addressed, how valuable the releases are, and what and how additional people can contribute to the process.

Required attendees:
Steve Rostedt, Clark Williams, Paul Gortmaker, John Kacur, Mike Galbraith

Topic Lead: Frank Rowand (<email address hidden>)
Frank's first experience with a real time unix operating system dates back to the early 90's, when was a kernel developer on HP-RT. He was worked on many other areas of computer technology before and since, but often returns to the world of real-time, including contributing to the real time Linux patches while at MontaVista. Currently, his primary area of responsibility at Sony is embedded real time Linux for consumer  and professional products.

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