I thought I’d start doing semi irregular ARM kernel status reports. I’ll do them as often as I think they might be useful and those who know me know I travel a lot and randomly and that ARM isn’t my $dayjob.
Few are bored or stupid enough to follow the 20 or so ARM kernel trees or have the regular insight as to what’s happening, what’s landed, what new devices might work and what bugs come and go that I do so I thought I’d try and dispense some of the more interesting bits of that information and how it relates to Fedora ARM to a wider audience by both the fedora-arm mailing list and my blog so those people that don’t sit on the IRC channel and those that like to lurk might have a better idea what’s going on.
The general format I plan to use is basically:
- What’s new including SoCs, boards and new devices
- Interesting bugs fixed
- Outstanding bugs and issues
- Random other insights
I don’t intend them to be long but rather short, sweet and to the point. They’ll probably come out when new major releases hit either rawhide or stable or something of particular interest lands. Feedback on both the format most other things is welcome as are questions and status of devices people might have had success or less so with.
I plan to have the first for 3.14 out later today and one for 3.15 RSN.
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Peter Robinson: Semi irregular Fedora ARM kernel status reports http://t.co/8Ny4Wv3ciU
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