TCP/IP update, possible SMP (GSOC 2014)
javamonn at gmail.com
Thu Feb 27 14:14:00 UTC 2014
I've seen the status page but I know Sebastian is spearheading the bulk of
the work and I'm not exactly sure what would be reasonable/useful as gsoc
project. What I'm specifically looking at:
Migration away from task variables.
Low level broadcasts.
Condition variables seems like a good topic but I want to avoid conflicts
with other students if possible.
Work that needs to be done within the scheduler API that would enable SMP.
If I'm missing something that would make for a good project and help get
SMP up and running, let me know.
On Thu, Feb 27, 2014 at 1:50 AM, Joel Sherrill <Joel.Sherrill at oarcorp.com>wrote:
> Sebastian needs to update that page.
> On Feb 27, 2014 6:08 AM, Daniel Ramirez <javamonn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey all!
> > I'm a student looking to participate with RTEMS for this year's summer
> of code. I'm trying to flesh out some good project ideas.
> > I was wondering about the current state of the TCP/IP update, regarding
> how much and what kind of work is left to be done. The wiki page
> at TCP/IP_update was last changed about 2 years ago.
> It is in much better shape today than two years ago. Clone rtems-libbsd (I
> think) and you can see the current state which is working but in need of
> attention to polish, fine tuning, testing, etc. My understanding is that it
> works but has only been tested on one or two target boards.
> > I would like to do some SMP related work but my understanding is that
> the situation is pretty dynamic and that it would be hard to outline
> appropriate projects. I'd love for this to be wrong though.
> This is a dynamic area with Embedded Brains and OAR active there but there
> is a status page with more detailed information on our ideas and progress.
> SMP is a big area with lots of little details.
> Sorry for poor links but I am on my phone in Germany. Keep asking.
> > I do have previous experience working with RTEMS, I was one of the grand
> prize winners for this year's google code in. I have a firm grounding in os
> theory and play around with cortex-m4 boards in my free time.
> I remember you :)
> > Thanks,
> > Daniel Ramirez
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