Completed Hello World task
gedare at rtems.org
Mon Feb 8 18:37:17 UTC 2021
On Mon, Feb 8, 2021 at 10:37 AM Sanskar Khandelwal <kdsanskar07 at gmail.com>
> Hello gedare,
> As you asked, I have sent you Hello world Patch with the subject name
> "Sanskar's Modified Hello World" please check it and let me know.
> I went through the project list and selected a few projects which I found
> 1. #4162 : SiFive RISC-V HiFive Unleashed BSP (Qemu)
> 2. #3028 : Run-Time Tracing
> 3. #3302 : Build System conversion of BSP Config (.cfg) files to
> pkg-config (.pc) files
> 4. #3326 : Eclipse Target Communication Framework Support
> Also I particularly find tracing as a very interesting topic to work on,
> so I will also like to know what projects I can do in this direction.
> You may get more attention by sending a separate email specifically
related to the tracing topics. A lot of work has been done (Sebastian Huber
has done much of this work.) on that in the past 1-2 years, and I'm not
sure what is remaining to complete. This is related to both #2 and #4 on
Joel and Hesham might be able to advise more about #1.
I believe that #3 may be still of interest, although now it should focus
instead on how to integrate application builds with the newly created
waf-based build for RTEMS. This is also a separate topic for discussion,
that may need discussion with Chris and Sebastian.
If they don't respond here, you may like to create separate emails for each
topic so that you can get a chance to scope them out some more.
What's your view on these projects, I want to know what's the current scope
> is for these projects, if someone can show me a direction like what further
> enhancement you guys are looking for or anything, I will surely present a
> promising project for one of them.
> On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 7:35 PM Gedare Bloom <gedare at rtems.org> wrote:
>> Hi Sanskar,
>> Welcome! Please send me a git-patch of your change to RTEMS.
>> We generally underspecify our project descriptions on purpose. The scope
>> that can be accomplished in the timeframe varies depending on individual
>> student experience and skills. So, we like to let the students explore the
>> projects and discuss with potential mentors in order to shape the proposal
>> in a way that suits the student's and mentors' interests with a scope that
>> is appropriate.
>> You should look through the projects and see if any look promising to
>> you, and then ask questions preferably on devel at rtems.org about the ones
>> that interest you. The current open projects list may still need to update
>> slightly for work that has been done, or that is not desired any more. If
>> you're interested in a category of projects but no specific ones, you may
>> also inquire about other ideas from the community within that category.
>> On Sat, Feb 6, 2021 at 6:21 AM Sanskar Khandelwal <kdsanskar07 at gmail.com>
>>> Hello everyone,
>>> My name is Sanskar Khandelwal. I want to contribute on rtems projects.
>>> I have completed the Hello world task. You guys can check the screenshot
>>> But I am a little confused about projects, I went through the project
>>> list and at least read descriptions of each one but could not figure out
>>> which projects I should work on.
>>> Please guide me in selecting a project.
>>> Thank you
>>> devel mailing list
>>> devel at rtems.org
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