Calling interested Glamo OpenGL developers (was: The forbidden topic: Glamo OpenGL)
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Sun Nov 16 20:49:52 CET 2008
You can count me in. I have experience doing kernel development. Since the
documentation is not available, I saw a couple of pointers on how to start
on the nouveau project. They have an excellent section on tools and
I have some questions, the glamo chip contains 3d support, what version of
OpenGL (or OpenGL ES) is implemented?
Are we still going to keep Xglamo (kdrive) or are we goint to use X.org
server? (this question arised after Rastermans e-mail)
Are we going to support full OpenGL or OpenGL ES on the implementation?
Or is it going to be a OpenGL driver and a OpenGL ES driver?
On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 2:11 PM, "Marco Trevisan (Treviño)"
<mail at 3v1n0.net>wrote:
> Jacob Peterson wrote:
> > There has been some discussion on the recently about the Glamo and
> > OpenGL where Wolfgang called for serious developers to get in touch with
> > him and he would see what could be done about getting access to the
> > NDA'ed Glamo documents . A couple of developers responded saying
> > they were interested. I would like to see how many people are
> > interested and willing to commit to working on and OpenGL driver in this
> > thread. If there is enough interest I will start a project one
> > projects.openmoko.org <http://projects.openmoko.org> and then we can
> > work with Openmoko on the legal aspects of the NDA.
> > So please, if you are interested and motivated lets discuss it here,
> > then we can work on getting the rest in motion.
> What about cross-posting this also to mesa-devel and dri-devel?
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