Voting Members :
- karolgugala - antmicro
- michalgielda - antmicro
- timansell - google
- toshaanbharvani - vantosh
LibreBMC SIG Meeting
Meeting date: 13 January 2022
Access link: https://zoom.us/j/91597478078
Meeting ID: 91597478078
Call to Order
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- DC-SCM breakout board got released on GitHub
- DS-SCM ECP5 PCBs are in production - ETA is by the end of January
- Got RoT adapter PCBs - a small board conneting one of the DC-SCM on-board flash with FPGA programming interface
- Project is released on GitHub
Getting hardware to people – Update
There are 3 components: host system (AC922), Interposer board, DC-SCM Board.
- Any updates here?
- Any updates here?
Workgroup Collaboration Tools
Meeting invites are still not seeming to get mailed?
Long term TODO : Need to make the system actually sends emails with ical attachments. It will take awhile to make this work. Rather we should have interested parties import the cal and get notifications.
Meeting invites should include a link to this agenda so everyone can add agenda topics. Todd to add to the Australia time invite. Michael/Karol to add to the Europe time invite
Toshann is testing the automatic meeting notice generation
OPF Discuss (with calendar and link to chat)
Slack / IRC / Mattermost
#librebmc on libera (namespace)
OPF GIT repository
Will be mirrored to github and gitlab
OPF Kanban (linked with chat)
How do we get more people involved? Nothing new here
- Need to get ready images to consume by people
- Need LiteX-Hub support and integration
- Add more FPGA boards supports
- Get it running on Raspbery PI
- Then add some documentation
- Badges and certificates
It was suggested that we should have a logo for libreBMC. Any thoughts from the team. Nice to have, but should not be a focus right now. Any ideas on this yet?
Open the software stack to the world This is not new, but worth reminding us again of the next steps
Step 1: Get the FPGA/DC-SCM card booting the AC922
Step 2: Incorporate microwatt into lite-x natively.
Step 3: Enable others
- Need others to be able to re-create the results.
- Build all pieces – Core, peripherals, OpenBMC,etc
- Need official OpenBMC project and a makefile, bitbake/etc
Step 4: Include the firmware into the CI infrastructure
Step 5: Enhancements – hoping for further industry participation
- Full FPGA support (I2C, FSI, etc) More than just bit banging
- Resource usage – Shrink micro-watt to get 4 cores.
- See requirements from Tim A. on last call
- Full OpenBMC support expected for a standard server