Linaro Enterprise Group (LEG) Wiki Pages
Welcome to LEG's wiki. This is a publicly accessible site designed to provide you with all the information you need to stay up to date on our activities and help us make our vision a reality.
Learn about what we do
In addition to this wiki, we use e-mail lists, IRC and Cards.linaro.org to communicate.
You can also browse our engineering meeting minutes
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Managing Confidential Information
All work done in LEG happens in the open. The LEG-SC steering committee holds two wiki portals, one Internal restricted to LEG SC members and one public. The majority of the internal wiki gets published on a regular basis on the open wiki.
LEG manages the confidential information received from ARM as per the attached policy.
LEG uses the Linaro cards system to chart our plans. You can see all our cards listed in the LEG Roadmap Structure. You can also monitor the progress of the LEG priorities in the specific LEG Workload Dashboard.
The cards are aligned to a high level roadmap, with vision and priorities defined by the LEG Steering Committee.
The following is the list of areas LEG engineers falls under. Click on the area of interest to find more:
More engineering details can be found in the Engineering sub-pages
LEG adheres to Linaro's processes and expands on them. We are implementing a new engineering process to help with predictability and better reporting. Keep in mind we are continuously improving our processes so check our process page often.
LEG participates to the Linaro monthly release with components that are of importance for server related work. LEG releases are hosted here.
The main focus from the architecture point of view is ARMv8 (AArch64 - ARM 64bit), we currently rely on using ARM v8 Foundation model, which can be downloaded and installed from here. There are several HW platforms available nowadays, such as
In addition to these there are member introduced boards or systems:
- The APM Mustang
- The AMD Seattle
- The Cavium ThunderX
Others are on the way
Regarding ARMv7, at the very beginning of LEG we had decided to standardize on a single low cost board to serve most development and testing needs. We used Arndale boards which were supported by Linaro platform. These pages contain information regarding that early effort to get the board booting.
LEG (last modified 2015-06-30 16:14:04)