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Revision as of 15:13, 9 September 2008

About Carrier Grade Linux (CGL)

The CGL workgroup's goal is to help improve Linux to better meet the needs of the telecommunications industry.

The Linux Community (upstream)

Documentation Strategy

Requirements Gathering

Governance

Requirements and Registration

Requirements

Registration

Glossary

Announcements

CGL 4.0 Registration

As of Friday, June 29, it is possible for Linux vendors to register their products for compliance with Version 4.0 of the Carrier Grade Linux (CGL) Requirements Definition Documents. Linux vendors wishing to register should download the registration template (ots format) and fill out the template based on the CGL Registration Process (pdf). Vendors will post their registration results on the Registration Wiki.

Conference Calls

Carrier Grade Linux conference calls are announced on the lf_carrier mailing list. The next scheduled call is on Tuesday (Oct 9th) at 4PM (pacific).

  • Number: 1-319-741-8000
  • Passcode: 819365#



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