gedare at rtems.org
Sun Apr 2 13:09:34 UTC 2017
On Sun, Apr 2, 2017 at 5:17 AM, Christian Mauderer
<christian.mauderer at embedded-brains.de> wrote:
> ----- Ursprüngliche Mail -----
>> Von: "faizan khan" <faizan10114 at gmail.com>
>> An: devel at rtems.org
>> Gesendet: Sonntag, 2. April 2017 00:44:27
>> Betreff: GSOC application
>> Hi everyone,
>> I know I am late to the party but just got my confirmation letter. I have 2
>> years of experience porting device drivers for Nucleus RTOS. I wanted to
>> know about the list of projects.
>> Is this all of it. I can easily take care of #2891, bbb, I have already
>> ported bbb bsp for nucleus. Just to understand the project. All I have to
>> do is port the device drivers mentioned and fix any hardware bugs in the
>> test coverage, right???
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> Hello Faizan,
> I think that there are quite some more projects that are not converted to TRACK. See https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/Developer/OpenProjects
> If you are interested in one of the projects, just contact the possible mentors or ask on the mailing list.
There are definitely other good projects to consider that haven't had
as much attention as the BB projects. Also note that you should
complete https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/GSoC/GettingStarted and begin to
prepare your proposal immediately. Your best bet is to find a project
matching your interest/skills that has a suitable amount of
information posted about it, since you are not likely to get a lot of
feedback on your proposal before the deadline.
For the BB projects, I suspect the Framebuffer or CAN would be good
directions to push. Framebuffer support exists in a few scattered
BSPs, but we could use a consistent approach and more uniform API for
framebuffer devices. For CAN there was a project a couple years ago
that made some progress in simulating CAN with Qemu, but never got to
the point of getting a CAN package to integrate easily with RTEMS.
There was a follow-up proposal by the same student for the project,
but we did not accept it .
> Please also note that there are already some other students interested in some of the projects (especially the ones that are already converted to TRAC tickets): https://devel.rtems.org/wiki/GSoC/2017
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