[coreboot] LinuxTag 2008 in Berlin, May 28-31
corey.osgood at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 11:57:54 CET 2008
Peter Stuge wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 25, 2008 at 07:08:58PM -0500, joe at smittys.pointclark.net wrote:
>>> I am certainly interested in exhibiting coreboot. Anyone else?
>> I would love to help but traveling to Germany is out of the
>> question. Let me know if there is anything I can do to help
> Last year we had an idea about a competition in the booth, but time
> did not let it happen.
> We showcased a few different CPU boards with LB and had the serial
> output for each board showing on a screen.
> The idea was to let people guess boot times for one board each day as
> precisely as we could measure, and have a reset button for visitors
> to press while they were watching the serial output.
> I would love to hear other, more fun, competition ideas, but if
> nothing else surfaces I think I'll try to realize the timer thing
> this year. :)
A bit off-topic, but this is an idea I've been toying with for a little
while now: a web-based interface to see coreboot in action. Somebody
visiting the site is presented with an option, to start the "machine"
(most likely QEMU) with either coreboot or the factory BIOS. They can
then see the "machine" start up, and use busybox or bash to do some
basic commands, look at the coreboot log, etc. I'm not a real web
developer, so I have very little of an idea what it would take to do
this, I just think it would be cool. Comments?
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