Track the Linaro Roadmap on status.linaro.org
lamiaposta71 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 26 10:37:31 UTC 2011
> To support the new Linaro roadmap process, the Infrastructure team has
> added new reports to status.linaro.org.
> You can find the status for the current quarter here and drill down
> into the cards targeted for Q4.
> There's of course work left to do, for instance there's a big backlog
> of status graphs and some layout tweaks to handle. Not to mention
> finding a good time to switch the status.linaro.org index page over to
> the roadmap.
> Still we believe that this will already be useful for everyone to keep
> an eye on the roadmap and how your work supports the long term goals.
> Direct any questions you may have about the tech details to
> Infrastructure and your TL can help you with connecting your
> blueprints to the roadmap cards. The Linaro Roadmap wiki page is also
> a good read:
even if I think Linaro is "the right thing" for ARM community, I can't
join now, as I'm closing other projects.
But I need now to do something to understand better Linaro.
Can I imagine a simple testing process like the following?
1 download monthly release for each official board (ubuntu, android)
2 linaro-media-create it
3 simple benchmark tests (boot is clean, video decoding, QT or Android
gui is responsive, browser) and report it
4 keep a SD card for android and ubuntu for this month and the
previous (only 4*2*2=16 SD cards needed) in order to see quickly the
If not why?
This can give an help to industrial application of Linaro.
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