Hi,This is a Week 0 report for GSoC2020 project Cape compatibility layer for BeagleBone Black and BeagleBone AI, my mentors for the project are Jason Kridner, Drew Fustini, Hunyue Yau and KumarAbhishek. I will publish all my weekly reports through this thread,
I have also created a blog website for progress tracking and for posting "how to" guides for my future self and for whoever find them informative https://lorforlinux.github.io/GSoC2020_BeagleBoard.org/
In addition to tracking there, please use strike-through's on https://elinux.org/BeagleBoard/GSoC/2020_Projects#Projects to indicate what's completed. I plan to help you simplify them a little bit to make it clearer if they are accomplished or not. For example, you need to test to scratch off a milestone, but the milestone should be rolled up a bit to say something is working, rather than you performed the testing. I also removed milestones for reports, but added a milestone for the final video.
Note, I hope there isn't confusion that these are not final. The objective is to create a strategy where ONE overlay per cape works on both BeagleBone Black *and* BeagleBone AI by using either shared symbols or sockets/connectors defined by the base DT of each board. To repeat, end users creating overlays for new capes they create need only create 1 overlay.
Great to see such early progress though!
Great to see such early progress though!Thank you so much for your encouragement :)
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