Attendees: Jeff, Yu Bo, Wei Fu, Peter, Prasanna, Wei Wu, Heinrich, Axel, Rafel, Andes, Daniel
Continues to work with Debian.
Commercial VisionFive V2 entering the pipeline. Most are “Sold out” at this time.
Optimistic that upcoming release may support RISC-V
Aurien has found Unmatched boards.
Has been working with Sophgo (or also known as "Sophon") on new product (slides)
Jinian Lu has applied as individual member and is currently working through the process
2 SOCs: 2-core and 64-core SOC
Board in microATX form factor
Plan to build servers and developer kit (box)
Working on boot flow for the platform
No status to report.
Annual hackweek nearing completion: https://hackweek.opensuse.org -> RISC-V
2 projects for RISC-V going
Still working on PolarFire enablement
VisionFive V2 being investigated. Looks like work needed on USB and PCIe (Nvme attach).
Heinrich running NVIDIA Gpu (GT710 using the Nouveau driver) over slot w/ special adapter. Examples:
Discussions about kernel fragmentation will be pushed into Priv SW HC
Polar Fire - no progress
Form remains closed
Still availability issues
Candidate projects notified that still “pending”
Form closed, but still adding people
Initial project review says ⅔ projects acceptable candidates
Need to solicit number of boards for “regulars” (this week)
Working with Allnet to build kits
Product was “Sold out” as of early this week.
Project information next steps - where should we document? ** Deferred to next meeting **
Most recent DevBoard Status Report (link) **Email status only**
Still looks positive
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ykKnc86UtXg - VisionFive V2 unboxing
https://www.tomshardware.com/news/sifive-intel-hifive-risc-v-development-board - HiFive Pro P550 (Horse Creek, Unmatched Follow-on) pre-orders
https://mou.sr/3XYfu8X - Unmatched boards for sale by Mouser
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1800431 - RISC-V support starting in SpiderMonkey
https://twitter.com/SipeedIO/status/1620011141639581698 - Sipeed board with 64xC920 processors for $999
http://oberon.wikidot.com/project-oberon-v Oberon on Sipeed M1s board (BL808 SoC)
https://go.dev/doc/go1.20#freebsd-riscv Go 1.20 added support for FreeBSD on RISC-V
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