The slides for my talk about the audio infrastructure of Linux mobile devices at BOSSA 2010 in Manaus/Brazil are now available online. They are terse (as usual), and the most interesting stuff is probably in what I said, and not so much in what I wrote in those slides. But nonetheless I believe this might still be quite interesting for attendees as well as non-attendees.
The talk focuses on the audio architecture of the Nokia N900 and the Palm Pre, and of course particularly their use of PulseAudio for all things audio. I analyzed and compared their patch sets to figure out what their priorities are, what we should move into PulseAudio mainline, and what should better be left in their private patch sets.