s3c6410 progress

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Thu Oct 23 17:13:21 CEST 2008

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Ben Dooks wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 03:19:53PM +0200, Harald Welte wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 04:34:07AM +0100, Andy Green wrote:
>>> Hi -
>>> Ben Dooks has made his first drop of the s3c6410 BSP rewrite and we have
>>> it in our git:
>>> http://git.openmoko.org/?p=kernel.git;a=shortlog;h=om-s3c64xx
>> this is great news. Ben: Thanks a lot for all your work.
>> Just a minor suggestion: Can we move all communication regarding the
>> openmoko-contracted-simtect-to-do-s3c64xx-mainline issue on openmoko-kernel?
> I'm fine with that so long as it information that is public. We intend on
> publishing the first round of work for review by RMK next week so that it
> is ready for the next kernel window (and possibly go into linux-next for
> testing).
>> I don't know how you currently handle the communication and code transfers,
>> but I guess it's private mails and patches?  or does fluffs send git pull
>> requests? or anything like that?
> I'm mainting an git repository of stuff that is both for the next kernel
> release (simtec-own-dev + s3c64xx) and the s3c64xx dev work. I belive Andy
> is exporting a copy of the s3c64xx branch.

Yes I posted the URL into the git branch, this work is totally Open as
you can expect.

I like the idea to talk to Ben generally in public cc'd on the list, but
where what I need to talk about crosses an NDA I have to do it
privately.  I will separate out what can be said on to the list from now on.

We have a prioritized schedule with Ben which doesn't need to be private
itself, next up is SD Card driver and I2C and GPIO, at which point we
can start to spew several ported drivers into our derivation of the tree
(without an I2C bus driver considering the device tree stuff vs PMU...).
 This should come next week.

Also I sent the tree on git, but actually we need one tree for
everything.  I think it may make sense to base *-tracking on Ben's work,
overlay mokopatches on that, etc.

- -Andy
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