tomjose at linux.vnet.ibm.com
Fri Jul 7 16:17:22 AEST 2017
Appreciate your interest in contributing to OpenBMC project!
There is some good progress with the Sensor & SEL commands. The review
is up in the
gerrit server, please feel free to take a look.
We have started off with the implementation of the DCMI specification
which is closely related to IPMI.
It would be great if you would be able to lend a helping hand with this
epic. The stories are getting
broken down for this epic. If you are interested in this area, i would
assign the following issue.
The issue is updated with the necessary information to carry out the task.
We can catch up on IRC or on the mailing list to discuss further.
On Saturday 24 June 2017 12:02 AM, Brendan Higgins wrote:
> Whoops, looks like you already hopped on the IRC. Anyways, welcome!
> On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 12:20 AM <brendanhiggins at google.com
> <mailto:brendanhiggins at google.com>> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > we would like to help with phosphor-net-ipmid and have
> volunteer. For us main
> > priorities are sensors and sel. Obviously work is in progress
> there and we don't
> > want to duplicate it, so please share tasks with us and tell how
> we can
> > contribute?
> > Thanks!
> Awesome! Always great to see more people getting involved!
> The first thing to do would be to hop on the IRC channel: #openbmc on
> freenode.net <http://freenode.net> and say hi to everyone.
> Next, in order to see what tasks we have going on, install Zenhub:
> https://www.zenhub.com/. Then look at
> Probably also a good idea to talk to Patrick and Tom (I CC'ed
> them). I am pretty
> sure they are more familiar with that codebase than anyone else.
> Once you know what you want to work on, or even if you just need
> some help,
> either start a conversation on the IRC channel or send an email to
> the list.
> phosphor-net-ipmid is not something I work on or am likely to work
> on in the
> near future, but I think I know most of the people on the list, so
> feel free to
> CC me on future emails and I will try to make sure the right
> people are involved
> in the conversation.
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