[$] Four years of Zephyr
The Zephyr project is an effort to provide an open-source realtime operating system (RTOS) that is designed to bridge the gap between full-featured operating systems like Linux and bare-metal development environments. It’s been over four years since Zephyr was publicly announced and discussed here (apparently to a bit of puzzlement). In this article, guest authors Martí Bolívar and Carles Cufí give an update on the project and its community as of its v2.3.0 release in June 2020; they also make some guesses about its near future.
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