Robert Scott is working on a Linux and Open Source based car computer, and will give a presentation about it which will cover the following areas:
* Motivations behind the open source car stereo.
* Design goals.
* Design decisions.
* Some sample code.
* Demonstration throughout the supplement the presentation.
Robert Scott is currently working as a Software Developer at Untangle. A few years ago he started looking for a way to access a network of applications in a car. Dissatisfied with the current solutions, he decided to take on this challenge during his free time, and cadvium was born. Robert, a strong believer in Open Source, releases most the software for cadvium under GPLv2.
Before Untangle, Robert worked a Mykotronx Inc, and completed his undergraduate studies in computer science in 2002.
Free pizza and other refreshments provided courtesy of Qualys, who are hosting this event.
Official Website: http://www.penlug.org/
Added by bill.ward on November 5, 2007