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Arm and partners have been contributing extensively to library functions projects. It will be in the best interests of Arm software eco-system to maximize the value of those contributions. An amplifier will be reusing the open-source implementations in multiple projects. An aggregator is for anyone to collaborate the contribution by submitting new functions or enhancing/fixing existing functions.<br /> <br /> However, reuse and collaboration will not just happen without appropriate license and copyright model. There are legal risks like license compatibility and copyright assignment that have to be addressed properly.<br /> <br /> Optimized Routines is an open source project that serves as the core of a solution to clear obstacles of reusing and collaboration. It uses a liberal license, the MIT license, and is the copyright of a single organization. This method of releasing software under a more permissive license in the first instance prevents the software being locked into restrictive licenses and allows much greater freedom for the Arm eco-system.<br /> <br /> This presentation will the issues in reusing and collaborating of open source libraries, show how the Optimized Routines addressed them and the progress of collabrating contributions into this project.<br />
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SAN19-511
Sunset IV (Session 2)
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2019-09-27 11:25:00
2019-09-27 11:00:00
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15+ years experience on Compiler and Tools. Former GCC developer. Currently lead open source toolchain development in Arm.
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Joey Ye
Director of Engineering
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SAN19-511 - Optimized Routines
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