Intro

Things to bring with you

  • There are two types of session: discussions and hacking
  • Discussion session: typically lead by an engineer who has done some work in the area with some slides talking about current state of the work and the roadmap. Expect lots of technical discussion around the approaches, upstreaming, feature lists, priorities, etc.
  • For the hacking sessions, please bring:
    • A board to work on (VExpress, panda, snowball, quickstart, origen, etc.) along with necessary peripherals (mmc/sd cards, power cables, usb cables, serial cables, etc.)
    • Laptop with Linux installed and setup to compile kernels
    • Debugging infrastructure if required (e.g. JTAG)
    • Reference manual/Data sheets for SoC

Things that will be provided

  • Good technical discussions
  • Your choice of caffeine :)

  • An intense week

Discussion Sessions

Check the official schedule for exact date and time.

Hacking Sessions

In the afternoons, we'll be hacking on the following topics in our team room. Come find us.

Hongbo Zhang

  • Try to finish thermal driver upstreaming (if not finished before Connect)
  • Make Energy Probe work with help of Vincent.
  • Get very clear of cpuilde upstreaming task with help of Daniel and STE engineers.

Rajagopal Venkat

  • Fix powertop crash on Panda board.

Attendance

Updated on 2012-10-03

Name

Attending ?

Mike

Yes

Daniel

Yes

Vincent

Yes

Lorenzo

Yes

Hongbo

Yes

Rajagopal

Yes

Chander

Yes

Viresh

No

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