Happy New Year!

The BayLibre team wishes you a Happy New Year!

BayLibre Goes to Washington

After opening our California office last year, people would be forgiven for thinking that BayLibre was only interested in warm beaches and sunny days. Not so! We go wherever there is strong Linux talent.
To that end we are excited to announce that our friend Kevin Hilman, based in Seattle, has joined the BayLibre team. His reputation and contributions to the Linux kernel reinforce our own dedication to improving open source software.

The BayLibre team

BayLibre contributes to kernelci.org

The BayLibre Lab is online and test results are being contributed to the kernelci.org project. In addition to standard boot tests, BayLibre is
developing a power regression test suite using LAVA and the kernelci.org infrastructure. We can’t wait to push the state of the art forward
around automated testing and quality assurance for Linux.
Marc has led the effort to bring the BayLibre Lab online. He has been supported by Kevin, Tyler, Neil and Milo from Linaro who patiently answered all of our questions about setting up the LAVA environment and integrating it with the kernelci.org project. Thanks again everyone.

Our first results are available here : http://kernelci.org/boot/all/lab/lab-baylibre/


BayLibre will attend CES 2016

Mike will be at CES from January 6 to 9.
He’ll mostly be in Eureka Marketplace. We hope to see you there!