OpenBMC Hackathon @ OpenPower Summit?
geissonator at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 00:24:07 AEST 2018
On Tue, Sep 18, 2018 at 4:13 PM Sai Dasari <sdasari at fb.com> wrote:
> On 9/18/18, 1:21 PM, "Andrew Geissler" <geissonator at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey Sai, looks like Stewart, Joel, Jeremy, and myself will all be attending.
> We're just building the agenda now but we were thinking some basic
> overviews, then some kernel hacking, SDK/QEMU hacking (systemd,
> journald, service intros), and some customization hacking (adding new
> machine layer, customizing web UI for your system). Any other
> thoughts/ideas from the group appreciated. The overall goal is to
> teach people unfamiliar with openbmc how to dive in and start hacking
> at it. The OpenBMC community hackathon will be at the Intel summit
> middle of next month up in Oregon.
> Thanks Andrew! Overall goal is awesome and look forward to meet at summit!
Yeah, be great to see you there.
I've started the series of doc updates in
Feedback always welcome. The goal is to have small tutorials that
people can follow to get up
and going with OpenBMC development. We'll be walking through these
with people at the upcoming summit.
Future docs I'm thinking are:
- Adding a new systems (bitbake layer, kernel changes)
- Systemd phosphor service manipulation and usage
- Maybe taking someone through the process of a gerrit commit, don't
want to be redundant with our existing doc though
I'm trying to point to existing README and other docs as appropriate
to avoid redundancy.
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