Meeting November 3, 2022

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Jeff Scheel

Nov 1, 2022, 12:58:15 PM11/1/22
Our next meeting will be Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 12:00 UTC.  Here's the meeting link:

The agenda will include:
  • An overview of the RISC-V Exchange (Jeff, Thea)
  • Program updates (Jeff)
  • What's cool? (All)
  • Continuous recruiting and improvement discussion (All)
Any topics, updates, or information can as always either be raised at the beginning of the meeting or by adding it to our agenda document, Dev Board Group Minutes.

Jeff Scheel (he/him/his)
Linux Foundation, RISC-V Technical Program Manager

Jeff Scheel

Nov 7, 2022, 12:37:02 PM11/7/22
Notes from our meeting on Thursday.

Attendees: Jeff, Rafael (new RISC-V TPM), Thea, Heinrich, Yu Bo, Chris Taylor (Tactical Labs), Daniel

Board Updates:

  • None

Program Updates:

  • Debian

    • Manuel A. Fernandez Montecelo and aurel32 has been using deploing buildd/portbox. OSUOSL are being slow in setting it up the one there. Another location for machine is unknown.

    • Starfive VF2 supports Debian(WIP) 

  • Canonical

    • Awaiting StarFive V2 enablement upstreaming

    • Starting to look at Polarfire board enablement

  • oreboot

  • Firmware

  • RISC-V

    • Exchange is being used to collect/catalogue chips, hardware, software, services

    • Meeting cadence:

      1. 1st Thursday - Far East Friendly - 12:00 UTC

      2. 3rd Thursday - West Friendly - 15:00 UTC

    • ICE-V Program started (website)

      1. Purchased 20 boards

      2. Form solicitation ends Nov. 15 (1 submission so far)

      3. Likely need to partner with Academic Partners to fill projects

    • VisionFive V1 second buy shipments shipped, most pkgs delivered (21 of 25)

      1. Prioritizing the remaining inventory against requests

What’s cool?:

New Action Items:
  • None
Additional meeting minutes, full Action Item list, priorities, and archived meeting minutes are available in the Dev Board Group Minutes document.

If anyone has comments, questions, or corrections, please feel free to respond.


Jeff Scheel (he/him/his)
Linux Foundation, RISC-V Technical Program Manager
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