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Tuesday, March 5 • 3:20pm - 4:10pm
Future of IVI Window Management - Daniel Stone & George Kiagiadakis, Collabora

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Wayland's ivi-shell has become the standard for window management within IVI usecases, used in AGL upstream as well as in many products and other automotive platforms.

The IVI shell development has been held well by its current maintainers, however its roots in an X11-centric window management system are clear, and a new approach may be necessary in the age of fluid interactive HMI. How output remoting should be supported is another key consideration.

This session will outline some of the challenges IVI shell set out to solve, some of the usecases AGL now needs solved, and a proposed roadmap to enabling fluid, beautiful, and reliable, products based on the AGL platform and Wayland upstream.

Speakers
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George Kiagiadakis

Senior Multimedia Engineer, Collabora
George Kiagiadakis is a senior open source software engineer at Collabora, specializing in embedded multimedia projects. He is the author of WirePlumber and an active contributor to PipeWire and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL), where he has contributed an audio system tailored for automotive... Read More →
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Daniel Stone

Collabora Graphics Lead, Collabora
Daniel is the graphics lead at Collabora, working with Wayland/Weston, Mesa (including EGL/OpenGL ES/Vulkan), the Linux kernel DRM/KMS display and modesetting, GStreamer, and more. We improve the upstream open-source graphics experience, and help our customers make the most of it... Read More →



Tuesday March 5, 2019 3:20pm - 4:10pm JST
Kiku 1, 4th Floor