Update on the TFLM repository transition

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Advait Jain

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May 19, 2021, 1:39:58 PMMay 19
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Hi everyone,

As we had mentioned earlier, TfLite Micro is in the process of moving to its own GitHub repository within the Tensorflow GitHub organization, and we wanted to share some concrete timelines:
  • Starting June 1, we will be switching to the TFLM repository as the source of truth and we encourage everyone to try out the TFLM repository soon after June 1.

    • The directory structure within the TFLM repository is identical to the TensorFlow  repository so switching should only involve changing which GitHub repository you are cloning/forking.

    • Please make issues in the TFLM repository for any trouble that you have in this transition.

    • After June 1, all contributions must be made to the TFLM repository and any PRs that touch files in the micro subdirectory of the TensorFlow repository will not be accepted.
  • The micro subdirectory in the TensorFlow repository will continue to exist in a read-only state through June 30, at which point we will delete it.

    • Please let us know if you might need the micro subdirectory to exist beyond June 30 and we can evaluate that request.
Regards,
Advait

Advait Jain

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Jun 1, 2021, 10:05:03 PMJun 1
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Hi everyone,

With this PR, the micro subdirectory of the Tensorflow GitHub repository is no longer accepting any contributions.

Moving forward, the tensorflow/tflite-micro GitHub repository is the location of the TfLite Micro codebase.

Note that with the GitHub Actions based CI, any contributor can create a PR against their own fork of tflite-micro and run the CI checks by applying the ci:run label.

Regards,
Advait

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