[coreboot] GSoC project ideas
svetoslav.trochev at gmail.com
Tue Mar 13 08:03:17 CET 2012
I have both hardware and software experience, but I need serious
refresh and catching up with latest development that happened in the
last 10 years, I would say. :) Last thing that I designed was small
micro controller that reads data from alarm system, next it dials
pager gateway and sends codes about the status of the alarm system. I
used i8035 micro, if I remember correctly.
Now I am interested in coreboot and I am helping testing flashrom as
well. I have several mainboards that use SPI flash chip to store the
BIOS. I think that I could work on ICE for SPI bus. That said I have
no idea how complicated could become. I have no real experience with
FPGA. So in this case I would take advice by the more experience
engineers here. So my question would be what project would be the most
beneficial for the coreboot project and would make everyone life
On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 9:23 PM, Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se> wrote:
> Hi Svetoslav,
> Svetoslav Trochev wrote:
>> I know the theory how those things are working, but I have zero
>> experience. Do you think I can be useful even if it is outside the
>> GSoC program?
> For sure you can. And right now it's still only March, so if you have
> spent some time on these things you may certainly be qualified to
> mentor a student come time for SoC.
> What exactly would you like to work on?
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