The RTL Collaborative Project was first announced in October 2015.
The Real-Time Linux (RTL) Collaborative Project was founded by industry experts to advance technologies for the robotics, telecom, manufacturing, and medical industries. The RTL Collaborative Project will initially focus on pushing critical code upstream to be reviewed and later merged into the mainline Linux kernel with ongoing support. RTL’s Thomas Gleixner, who has been maintaining the RTL branch for more than a decade, will become a Linux Foundation Fellow to dedicate even more time to this project.
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The aim of the RTL collaborative project is mainlining the PREEMPT_RT patch. In order to reach this goal, there is much work to be done. The following page describes the topics that Thomas Gleixner's real-time team is currently working on:
For an overview of the tasks to be accomplished to reach the project's goals see:
Beside those specialized topics, the already existing PREEMPT_RT patches have to be maintained later on.
Currently the project team consists of five developers:
The RTL project is looking for people who are interested to work with us in the areas of testing, documentation and development.
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The members provide the financial resources to reach the goals of the project. The membership has two levels: Premier and General.
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