Hi Coly, Actually, I should also ask what kind of ideas do you have. Was there any kind of testsuite or work you were interested in doing?
Al -- Albert Chu [EMAIL PROTECTED] Computer Scientist High Performance Systems Division Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ----- Original Message ----- From: Albert Chu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: Thursday, December 8, 2005 8:22 pm Subject: Re: [Freeipmi-devel] FreeIPMI meeting notes + Todos > Hi Coly, > > I'm glad to hear about your interest in working on FreeIPMI. > Actually,myself and A.B. spoke about starting a testsuite soon. We > still need to > flesh out some details, but if you'd like to help, we can always > use the > extra help. > > Al > > -- > Albert Chu > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Computer Scientist > High Performance Systems Division > Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: coly li <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> > Date: Thursday, December 8, 2005 5:42 pm > Subject: Re: [Freeipmi-devel] FreeIPMI meeting notes + Todos > > > Hi,every one. I just join this maillist these days. I've worked > on > > IPMIfor three years, including driver, FW and system software. I > > want to do > > something for this project, for example writing some testsuite, or > > documentations. > > > > Where can I start ? > > > > Coly > > > > > > > > ? 2005-12-08?? 11:23 -0800?Albert Chu??? > > > MEETING NOTES > > > > > > Compliance Testing: > > > > > > Linux IPMI Test Suite > > > --------------------- > > > > > > Use testsuites for major open source applications as a "starter" > > > testsuite for both vendors and users. Vendors get extra > testing and > > > some assurance open source projects will work with their hardware. > > > Users of IPMI (including someone like Cyclades) get extra > assurance> > their technology will work with certain hardware. > Open source > > > projects get more testing of their tools. Combination of multiple > > > projects covers more IPMI functionality than any one project (can > > > likely) cover on their own. > > > > > > TODOS: > > > Zresearch - Start on FreeIPMI Testsuite > > > LLNL - Get/devel IPMItool testsuite, speak to OpenIPMI author > > > General todo: Try to build momentum on this. > > > > > > IPMItool + Ipmipower: > > > --------------------- > > > > > > Idea is HPC features of Ipmipower would be very useful in > > Ipmitool. > > > Ipmitool would get HPC features and Ipmipower gets more IPMI > > > specification coverage. > > > > > > Interest: Cyclades > > > TODO: Continue discussions on it with Ipmitool author. Just > need > > to start. > > > > > > ICTS > > > ---- > > > Why is the ICTS testsuite only available to "IPMI Adopters". > > This is > > > stupid, users want it too for testing. > > > > > > TODO: Zresearch, LLNL, anyone: Bug Intel people. > > > > > > FreeIPMI in Redhat > > > ------------------ > > > > > > Get vendor support by getting FreeIPMI into RHEL. > > > > > > TODO: LLNL and SLAC will bug Redhat on our weekly conference > calls.> > > > > FreeIPMI TODOS > > > -------------- > > > > > > Zresearch TODO: Raw Hex command support > > > > > > Zresearch TODO: Perl/Python Bindings(?) > > > (Al: Sorry, my notes weren't clear, I'm not sure.) > > > > > > Zresearch TODO: Adveritse/document Guile, point to howto's, > > supply templates > > > > > > Web GUI/Windows Compilation of FreeIPMI > > > --------------------------------------- > > > > > > I don't know if we came to a conclusion, I can't remember. Sorry. > > > Maybe vendors can tell us if this is important to them and > would > > make> them more interested in FreeIPMI. > > > > > > FreeIPMI Coding > > > --------------- > > > > > > CVS Tagging: Announce to freeipmi-devel before making a release > tag.> > > > > CVS branching: Branch experimental code and work independently > until> > it is reasonably complete. Then merge into head. > Incomplete > > changes> or major architectural changes (i.e. UDM would have > fallen > > under this) > > > aren't submitted into the head until completion. > > > > > > fiid_template_t: We will always stay to spec. Never deviate! > > > > > > fiid_template_t/fiid_obj_t reorganization: We will all think > > about it > > > and discuss further on the mailing list. There are many different > > > methods to re-architect the underlying objects to meet this need. > > > > > > lan session management in libfreeipmie: We all agreed that session > > > management is getting more difficult in IPMI 2.0. A > rearchitect or > > > new set of APIs may be necessary to make session management > > > manageable. > > > > > > libfreeipmi re-org: The directory libfreeipmi/src/ is large and > > > big. We agreed that subsections of the library could be put in > > > subdirectories or organized in some better manner. > > > > > > LGPL: We need to consider LGPLing libfreeipmi for the potential > > it may > > > be used by more vendors. To be discussed in more detail on the > > > mailing list. > > > > > > UDM: One remaining big bug. Another set of eyes would be > useful, so > > > Al Chu will try and hunt this one down. > > > > > > Multihost LAN API: Many possible implementations and API > > > possibilities. We'll all think about it and discuss further on > the> > mailing list. > > > > > > -- > > > Albert Chu > > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > Computer Scientist > > > High Performance Systems Division > > > Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > > Freeipmi-devel mailing list > > > Freeipmiemail@example.com > > > http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freeipmi-devel > > > > > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > Freeipmi-devel mailing list > Freeipmifirstname.lastname@example.org > http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freeipmi-devel > _______________________________________________ Freeipmi-devel mailing list Freeipmiemail@example.com http://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/freeipmi-devel