[lowrisc-dev] Re: GSOC 2016 Aspirant for Improving device-tree
support for the Linux RISC-V port
Roy.Spliet at cl.cam.ac.uk
Thu Mar 10 11:50:30 GMT 2016
Thanks for taking your time to read the manual.
Wrt. discussing the topic, let me remind you that GSoC is a program that
gives you the opportunity to contribute to open-source projects. The
lowRISC community have given some inspirational ideas, but it's up to
you to define your topic and propose a project.
Here's some broader questions that you might want to answer for yourself
before we can discuss any technical details: What would be your
project's end goal (and how would you show it)? Where are the challenges
in this project? How do you think this problem breaks down in manageable
chunks? How are you going to tackle them? What do you intend to learn
from your attempt in doing so?
I hope this helps you get on the right track for the application
On 09/03/16 02:41, Saket Sinha wrote:
> Hi Roy,
> I have gone through to the program details and would need a discussion
> with you on the topic before writing a proposal for the same.
> Saket Sinha
> On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 4:06 PM, Roy Spliet <Roy.Spliet at cl.cam.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Dear Saket,
>> Thank you for expressing your interest. Please take a look at the GSoC faq
>>  and the GSoC student FLOSS manual  to learn more about the
>> requirements and application procedure.
>>  https://developers.google.com/open-source/gsoc/faq
>> On 29/02/16 19:34, Saket Sinha wrote:
>>> First of all, congratulations to the lowrisc team for selection into
>>> Google Summer of Code 2016.
>>> I would like to participate to Google Summer of Code 2016 by
>>> contributing to Improving device-tree support for the Linux RISC-V
>>> port for lowRISC.
>>> I have worked on Linux and device drivers and have experience of
>>> working on different architectures like MIPS, ARM & x86.
>>> I request you to kindly guide me as to how to get started with this
>>> Saket Sinha
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