[coreboot] Master degree student wanting to give some help.
cirdec.arevir at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 10:40:24 CEST 2008
Thank you for your positive answer and your welcome.
Well I start with m57sli, soldering first ;-) and then flashing eeprom to
become free. I need some time to understand the coreboot structure and so
there is some risk that I ask you, all you, for very stupid things but I'm
sure you will be happy to kidding me well ...
I appreciate your offer to supervise my work on this project and so I'll
accept it too, it could be many supervisor !
Thank you, one more time, I'm so happy with this project !
Have a good day Coreboot people !
2008/9/30 Peter Stuge <peter at stuge.se>
> Hi Cedric,
> Cedric RIVERA wrote:
> > I'm a french master degree student in Free Software ingeneering,
> > looking for a year project to join and I really love to be involved
> > in Coreboot community to :
> > improve AMD690G chipset support, or
> > port coreboot-v3 to Gigabyte M57SLI-S4, I've got one to develop.
> I think these two are both great candidates. m57sli in v3 has already
> been started, so it is likely to be the simplest task. It would also
> be a good way to get familiar with the code and structure.
> > Openmoko coreboot port or
> Probably not so useful. Is there a PCI bus in the Openmoko?
> > I just need that someone supervise my work and do, monthly, a
> > feedback to my teacher at the university to have a note.
> > Son is someone interested ?
> You already have some offers but I'll add myself too. :) I'm
> interested in both 690 and m57sli in v3, but even more in K8/Fam10 in
> v3 in general because I think we need to make some (relatively) small
> design changes to make sure we get the most out of v3.
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