Interested in GSOC'13

Cláudio Silva claudiodcsilva at
Tue Apr 16 08:43:02 UTC 2013

Hello Dinesh,

Welcome. Please add yourself to the table on
Regarding the projects, you will find a wish list of projects on

I think the addition of a condition variable manager to the RTEMS classical
API is desirable. If i am not mistaken it is necessary by the TCP/IP stack.

You should have a look at the implementation of conditional variables in
other APIs and think on how you would add it to the classical RTEMS API
while maintaining consistency.


On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 7:36 AM, dinesh thangavel <rtdinesh.89 at>wrote:

>  Hello,
>      My name is Dinesh. I had been working as a Software Engineer in an
> embedded systems start up, Cluster Wireless LLC. I am an Electronics
> graduate from College of Engineering, Guindy. I have been accepted into
> Masters Program at University of Wisconsin-Madison for Fall'13 specializing
> in Computer Engineering. For the past 2 years, i have been working in
> developing software stack in ARM and dl-i386 for networking applications. I
> have experience in working in REX platform. I am interested in working with
> RTEMS project for GSOC'13.
>     As mentioned in the wiki page I have completed the initial tasks of
> modifying the hello world program and creating a patch of the same. I have
> attached the screen shots of the both with this mail . I have came to know
> that there is a need to implement condition variables in RTEMS but not
> mentioned in open projects, after a discussion in RTEMS IRC. I am
> interested in working on that. Please guide me with this project. If there
> are other projects which are of higher priority, I will be happy to work in
> that also.
> Regards
> Dinesh.
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