Linaro™ is the place where engineers from the world's leading technology companies define the future of Linux on ARM. The company is a not-for-profit engineering organization who's mission is to bring together the electronics industry and the open source community to work on key projects, deliver great tools, reduce industry wide fragmentation and redundant effort, and provide common software foundations for all.
Member companies fund Linaro and provide half of its engineering resources as assignees who work full time on Linaro projects. These assignees combined with over 100 of Linaro’s own engineers create a team of over 200 software developers. Work is conducted openly and Linaro engages with the broader open source community on a daily basis on IRC, mailing lists and at industry events, including its own Linaro Connect events.
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