Linux Boot Architecture coordination meeting
grant.likely at secretlab.ca
Mon Jun 20 12:29:16 UTC 2011
2011/6/13 Grant Likely <grant.likely at secretlab.ca>:
> I'd also like to set up a bi-weekly conference call. I'll try to
> schedule it in the afternoon(europe)/morning(north america) to play
> nice with everyone's schedule. Right now I'm considering scheduling
> it on Wednesdays, but I'm open to suggestions.
How does Thursday at 15:00UTC sound to everyone?
Also, the boot architecture topic is now on the agenda for the
August Linaro meeting.
> On Wed, Jun 8, 2011 at 2:32 PM, Grant Likely <grant.likely at secretlab.ca> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Following up from the decisions made at UDS last month, we need to
>> organize a boot architecture coordination meeting. Currently the
>> proposal is to hold a meeting either as part of the Linaro platform
>> sprint in the week on August 1-5, 2011, or in the weekend between
>> the platform sprint and the ARM Partners Meeting the week after.
>> Personally, my preference is to schedule a full day meeting on Friday,
>> Aug 5 as part of the platform sprint, but I'd like to get some
>> feedback before settling on that date.
>>  https://blueprints.launchpad.net/linaro/+spec/linaro-kernel-o-bootarchitecture
>>  https://wiki.linaro.org/Events/2011-08-LDS
>> Right now I'm in the process of organizing the information and topics
>> which were discussed during UDS and get them out onto the Linaro wiki.
>> Expect to see some early draft documents showing up late this week or
>> early next week. After that, I'm going to be soliciting feedback and
>> help to make them reflect the priorities and requirements that Linux
>> vendors, users and developers have for the boot architecture. By the
>> time the Linaro platform sprint rolls around, we should have a solid
>> set of documents covering both requirements and a draft boot
>> architecture. At the boot architecture meeting, my goal is to first
>> come to agreement on the general approach and draft design, second to
>> make decisions about how the boot architecture fits in with existing
>> technologies like Fastboot, UEFI and U-Boot, and third to kick off
>> work on implementation and detailed design.
>> In order to be successful, we need to make sure the appropriate people
>> are involved. I've started by sending this email to the people who I
>> know are interested in the topic, but I know I've missed folks. I'm
>> also going to cc: the boot-architecture at lists.linaro.org for any
>> boot architecture traffic. Please let me know if there is anybody
>> else that I should be inviting. In addition to the meeting in August,
>> I'm considering a regular boot architecture conference call as part of
>> the document drafting process, so I'd like to put together a list of
>> critical stakeholders by the end of next week.
>>  http://lists.linaro.org/mailman/listinfo/boot-architecture
>> Grant Likely, B.Sc., P.Eng.
>> Secret Lab Technologies Ltd.
> Grant Likely, B.Sc., P.Eng.
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