[Open-graphics] Google summer of code
kenneo at langly.org
Tue Feb 26 04:03:49 EST 2008
Timothy Normand Miller:
>On 2/25/08, Kenneth Ostby <kenneo at langly.org> wrote:
>How specific do we have to be? We have many things that need doing.
>Some Verilog code. Some drivers. And some development tools (like
>HIDE). Do we need to pick something specifically, or can we list them
We can list them all, however I would prefer that the projects we list
should try to be as self-contained as possible. I.e. "making OGA1 work"
would probably be an bad project for the SoC, while something along the
lines of "making an I2C master which can chat DDC" would be more
appropriate ( Just an example ). The point is that we would like
projects that can last for more or less two months, including learning
the tools/code, and that we can somehow conclude if went well or not.
For now list both hardware and software projects, and I'll contact the
google guys to hear if it's ok with hardware projects as well.
Final question though, we need someone to be the organisation contact
with Google ( The one writing up application, organising mentors and
such ). If nobody else have any strong feelings towards it, I could fill
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