Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Mailing List Move Day Set: April 4th

2019-03-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 3/25/19 10:21 AM, stephano wrote: This is a good point and shows the level of detail that is preserved by the mailing list if maintained properly. I would assume this is part of the reason that the Linux kernel has continued to use mailing lists for patch review as this level of detail is

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] Fix links in Maintainers.txt and remove slow outdated sourceforge git mirror

2019-03-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 3/25/19 5:49 AM, Laszlo Ersek wrote: Any particular reason for dropping the website URL update? still redirects to , and your previous patch (correctly) included that new URL. Stephano recently

[edk2] [PATCH] Fix links in Maintainers.txt and remove slow outdated sourceforge git mirror

2019-03-23 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
Contributed-under: TianoCore Contribution Agreement 1.1 Signed-off-by: Rebecca Cran --- Maintainers.txt | 3 +-- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 2 deletions(-) diff --git a/Maintainers.txt b/Maintainers.txt index be77898ee2..4c9adf802b 100644 --- a/Maintainers.txt +++ b/Maintainers.txt @@

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] March Community Meeting Minutes

2019-03-11 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 3/11/19 4:20 PM, stephano wrote: On 3/11/2019 1:55 PM, Rebecca Cran wrote: You can't see without following the pull request *who* committed the change.  There are almost 1000 open pull requests, which is something we probably want to try and avoid. They also seem to have _lots_ of

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] March Community Meeting Minutes

2019-03-11 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 3/11/19 10:33 AM, stephano wrote: Stephano has taken an action item to work with the Kubernetes community to see what trade-offs and benefits they experience using GitHub. Kubernetes is one of the largest open source projects currently using GitHub for patch reviews. It is notable that a

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] StdLib: Update resolv.conf to use Google's public DNS servers

2019-03-07 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/26/19 5:31 AM, Laszlo Ersek wrote: Sorry for missing this earlier, but the patch misses the Contributed-under and Signed-off-by lines, from the end of the commit message. Please repost like that, and then please also include the Reviewed-by tags from Jaben and myself. I'm just

[edk2] [PATCH] StdLib: Update resolv.conf to use Google's DNS servers

2019-03-07 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
The current servers listed appear to be unusable. I suspect most people will get correct DNS servers via DHCP, but the defaults should work for anyone. Contributed-under: TianoCore Contribution Agreement 1.1 Signed-off-by: Rebecca Cran Reviewed-by: Jaben Carsey Reviewed-by: Laszlo Ersek ---

Re: [edk2] Hang when calling ExitBootServices on IA32 firmware v1.0 on MinnowBoard Turbot

2019-02-26 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/25/19 5:08 PM, Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel wrote: I've been trying to test a boot loader on my MinnowBoard Turbot board. It's running the latest 1.0 firmware from firmware.intel.com, and I'm seeing a hang at the point when gBS->ExitBootServices is called. I did more debugging using O

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] Convert PosixLike scripts to sh, reduce duplication and fix some bugs

2019-02-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
the check of BaseTools/Scripts/PatchCheck.py. Is there actual problem that need to be resolved by using sh instead of bash? Thanks, Bob -Original Message- From: edk2-devel [mailto:edk2-devel-boun...@lists.01.org] On Behalf Of Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel Sent: Friday, February 22, 2019 1:13

[edk2] Hang when calling ExitBootServices on IA32 firmware v1.0 on MinnowBoard Turbot

2019-02-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
I've been trying to test a boot loader on my MinnowBoard Turbot board. It's running the latest 1.0 firmware from firmware.intel.com, and I'm seeing a hang at the point when gBS->ExitBootServices is called. The last debug output is: ConfigSccBootableDevicesAtExitBootService() End

[edk2] [PATCH] StdLib: Update resolv.conf to use Google's public DNS servers

2019-02-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
The current servers listed appear to be unusable. I suspect most people will get correct DNS servers via DHCP, but the defaults should work for anyone. Change the entries to be Google's public DNS servers. Also, change the domain name to be example.com, to be more applicable to consumers outside

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] StdLib: Update resolv.conf to use Google's DNS servers.

2019-02-25 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On February 25, 2019 at 3:11:16 AM, Laszlo Ersek (ler...@redhat.com(mailto:ler...@redhat.com)) wrote: > > Can you please repost the patch with an updated subject line / commit > message? That way we can apply it with git-am without tweaking on the > maintainer side. Sure! Rebecca

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] Fix links in Maintainers.txt and remove slow, outdated sourceforge git mirror

2019-02-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/22/19 10:18 PM, Rebecca Cran wrote: -T: git (mirror) - http://git.code.sf.net/p/tianocore/edk2 I removed the sourceforge git mirror because the latest changeset is from a couple of weeks ago. We already have Github and Bitbucket, so I'm not sure of the value of having a third mirror

[edk2] [PATCH] Fix links in Maintainers.txt and remove slow, outdated sourceforge git mirror

2019-02-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
--- Maintainers.txt | 7 +++ 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-) diff --git a/Maintainers.txt b/Maintainers.txt index 7f1061d6c1..d9d3d840c5 100644 --- a/Maintainers.txt +++ b/Maintainers.txt @@ -31,11 +31,10 @@ Descriptions of section entries: EDK II -- -W:

Re: [edk2] [PATCH] StdLib: Update resolv.conf to use Google's DNS servers.

2019-02-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
Sorry, I've fixed the subject line and added maintainers to the Cc list. This patch also changes the domain from intel.com to example.com, to be more applicable to consumers outside Intel. -- Rebecca Cran On 2/22/19 8:38 PM, Rebecca Cran wrote: The current servers listed appear to be

[edk2] [PATCH] Update resolv.conf to use Google's DNS servers.

2019-02-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
The current servers listed appear to be unusable. I suspect most people will get correct DNS servers via DHCP, but the defaults should work for anyone. --- StdLib/Efi/StdLib/etc/resolv.conf | 6 +++--- 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-) diff --git a/StdLib/Efi/StdLib/etc/resolv.conf

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/8/19 10:52 AM, Andrew Fish wrote: I think the patch workflow is kind of like a coding standards. Some folks advocate for lots of small patches (common in open source projects), and some folks advocate for a patch per bug. I think the biggest upside to the patch granularity is it is much

[edk2] [PATCH] Convert PosixLike scripts to sh, reduce duplication and fix some bugs

2019-02-21 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
Since the scripts in the PosixLike directory are very simple, convert them to use /bin/sh, and move duplicated code into common files (one for python scripts, one for C binaries). Fix some bugs in edksetup.sh and BuildEnv: `test` uses single equals instead of double equals, and should have a

[edk2] [PATCH] BaseTools: Convert PosixLike scripts to sh, reduce duplication and fix some bugs in edksetup.sh and BuildEnv

2019-02-21 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
To make it easier to use EDK2 on systems other than Linux, where the default shell might not be bash, I'd like to convert the shell scripts to use POSIX sh where possible. edksetup.sh and BuildEnv remain bash scripts, but I hope to convert them to sh in a future changeset. I did see the

[edk2] Configure bugs.tianocore.org as an alias for bugzilla.tianocore.org?

2019-02-21 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
Could we allow people to access the Bugzilla tracker via bugs.tianocore.org (in addition to bugzilla.tianocore.org) please? It looks like .tianocore.org (except www, bugzilla etc.) is configured as address 54.245.252.80, which just times out trying to access via http or https. -- Rebecca

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-19 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Tuesday, 19 February 2019 23:23:59 MST stephano wrote: > Github Pull Requests > - > We are still considering Github as a possible platform for patch review. One thing I've not seen mentioned here is that there's an official command line tool for GitHub, named 'hub':

Re: [edk2] Issues with EDK-II-Debugging wiki page, and how to submit a pull request for wiki pages

2019-02-19 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Thursday, 14 February 2019 12:23:05 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > The wikis on github are non-intuitive, if you intend to edit them in a > normal text editor, locally. I struggled a lot until I came up with the > list on top. (It's possible I relied on others' advice in that; I no > longer

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-14 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/14/19 3:13 PM, Kinney, Michael D wrote: You can review the groups.io features. I think what you want is available. Stephano has also setup an edk2 area in groups.io for community member to try out. https://groups.io/static/help#features There are a number of CI services that are

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-14 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
As a casual contributor, for me the biggest complaint I have is how busy the mailing list gets. I don't think a new 'announce' list is what's needed, perhaps a 'reviews' or 'discussion' list to split out discussions (from anyone) from day-to-day patches? Also, I'd be anxious about jumping to a

[edk2] Issues with EDK-II-Debugging wiki page, and how to submit a pull request for wiki pages

2019-02-14 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
I noticed a couple of issues with the page https://github.com/tianocore/tianocore.github.io/wiki/EDK-II-Debugging - 'SNI' should be 'SNP', and the |PcdDebugPrintErrorLevel is missing some entries. | How do I fork the wiki repo to make a pull request? On each page there's a "Clone this wiki

Re: [edk2] OVMF and TCP4, HTTP protocols

2019-02-13 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On 2/12/19 10:44 PM, Laszlo Ersek wrote: In your case, I think it should suffice to call ConnectController() with Recursive=FALSE, on the controller that already has SNP. The HttpServiceBinding, Tcp6ServiceBinding and TCPv4ServiceBinding protocols seem to be installed on the same handle. (The

Re: [edk2] OVMF and TCP4, HTTP protocols

2019-02-12 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On February 6, 2019 at 4:08:03 PM, Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel (edk2-devel@lists.01.org) wrote: Oh, that makes sense! Thanks, after disabling the existing code that was  opening SNP exclusively, things started working much better.  I have a follow-up question. After opening

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-08 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On February 8, 2019 at 2:01:59 AM, Laszlo Ersek (ler...@redhat.com(mailto:ler...@redhat.com)) wrote: > I don't see the workflow modification as viable. The "patch series" > concept is integral to every single open source project that I've ever > worked with. The evolution of a feature or a bug

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-02-07 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Thursday, 7 February 2019 11:30:38 MST stephano wrote: > My apologies if I was not clear in the minutes. We are not rejecting > Github, but rather taking time to evaluate how we can supplement > Github's features to emulate our current patch review requirements. We > do not want to rush

Re: [edk2] OVMF and TCP4, HTTP protocols

2019-02-06 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 6 February 2019 12:05:08 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > Is "loader.efi" opaque, or do we know what it does? It's the FreeBSD loader, so I have the complete source code for it and can rebuild it. > For example, if it opens SNP with BY_DRIVER|EXCLUSIVE attributes, then > everything on

Re: [edk2] OVMF and TCP4, HTTP protocols

2019-02-06 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 6 February 2019 09:36:43 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > please refer to the HTTP_BOOT_ENABLE define in the OVMF DSC files; the > default value is FALSE. > > If you'd like HTTP over IPv6, then please pass -D NETWORK_IP6_ENABLE on > the "build" cmdline as well. Thanks. I'm already

[edk2] OVMF and TCP4, HTTP protocols

2019-02-05 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
I'm trying to fetch a file over HTTP in a boot loader, but gBS- >LocateHandleBuffer doesn't find either of the EFI_TCP4_SERVICE_BINDING_PROTCOL or EFI_HTTP_SERVICE_BINDING_PROTOCOL. I'm running a build of OVMF from git master from a few weeks ago. Should they exist and be usable, or does OVMF

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] February Community Meeting

2019-02-03 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Thursday, 31 January 2019 09:49:23 MST stephano wrote: > We will be holding our February Community Meeting on the *2nd* Thursday > of February to accommodate holiday schedules. Details are posted here: > > https://www.tianocore.org/community-meeting/ That page

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Community Meeting Minutes

2019-01-12 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 11 January 2019 12:26:30 MST stephano wrote: > Patch Review System Evaluation > -- > After evaluating Github, Gitlab, and Phabricator, we will be remaining > with the mailing list for now. Github did prove a possible "2nd runner > up" (albeit distant). Also,

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software: Microsoft Teams

2019-01-09 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 4 January 2019 03:09:02 MST Knop, Ryszard wrote: > I think any solution like that should be publicly available for an > unlimited number of users. As it stands now, mailing lists and IRC are > open to all - if software like Microsoft Teams is to be used, it's > pretty likely most

[edk2] Undefined symbols AsmCpuid, AsmReadCr0 etc. when building OvmfPkgX64 on FreeBSD

2018-12-22 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
While the RELEASE build of OvmfPkgX64 works fine, the DEBUG build is failing with undefined symbols AsmCpuid etc. when building on my FreeBSD 13-CURRENT system. I’m trying to build git revision 559a07d84e5af3db09ae91844e4cb924b8f60668 (from  Thu Dec 13 16:48:44 2018 -0700). I’m building with gcc

Re: [edk2] GitLab results from my POV [was: Research Request]

2018-12-20 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 12 December 2018 06:20:24 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > After having looked at GitHub, Phabricator, and GitLab, my personal > preference remains the mailing list. A *distant* second is GitHub. > (GitHub is "almost there", but its emails significantly lack context.) > And Phabricator and

Re: [edk2] my Phabricator findings [was: Research Request]

2018-12-07 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On December 7, 2018 at 5:00:55 AM, Laszlo Ersek (ler...@redhat.com(mailto:ler...@redhat.com)) wrote: > To be honest, I'm stumped how Mozilla could adopt (according to the > article linked at the top) "Phabricator as the primary code review > system for Firefox". They previously used Review

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-12-06 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Thursday, 6 December 2018 07:13:24 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > They don't contain any code (diff hunks). I hope I can change that in my > email preferences (I haven't gotten around checking those yet). I've updated the Mail settings to inline diffs up to 200 lines, and also attach diffs to

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-12-06 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On December 6, 2018 at 7:13:24 AM, Laszlo Ersek (ler...@redhat.com(mailto:ler...@redhat.com)) wrote: > I've just noticed that I got the following emails: > > [Differential] [Request] [+ ] D1: Update URL of OVMF page > [Differential] [Updated] D1: Update URL of OVMF page > > They don't

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-12-05 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 5 December 2018 05:55:41 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > Can you assist with the following please? Also, a couple of notes: Go to https://code.bluestop.org/settings/user/lersek/ to configure preferences related to emails (http/plain), diffs etc. Install the arcanist package on your

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-12-05 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 5 December 2018 05:55:41 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > (1) Pls. explain to me how I can create an edk2 clone at > . :) You don't. In a production system it may be possible to clone from either GitHub or code.bluestop.org (which mirrors github), but the clone URL given when you click

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-12-03 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Monday, 3 December 2018 02:29:28 MST Laszlo Ersek wrote: > On 11/29/18 22:20, Rebecca Cran wrote: > > Would you be interested in going through this process with Phabricator, > > too? > Sure! Just tell me where to create an account. Go to https://code.bluestop.org/auth/register/ to create a new

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-11-29 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
Would you be interested in going through this process with Phabricator, too? Rebecca On November 29, 2018 at 2:48:18 AM, Laszlo Ersek (ler...@redhat.com(mailto:ler...@redhat.com)) wrote: > On 11/29/18 02:07, Jeremiah Cox wrote: > > I did a further experiment for you: > >

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-11-28 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Wednesday, 28 November 2018 11:19:33 MST Jeremiah Cox wrote: > There is a question of how the below is automated such that when there is a > security advisory, a Phabricator instance is patched in a timely fashion. > Perhaps there is a mailing list that would announce these and that could >

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce] Research Request

2018-11-27 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Tuesday, 27 November 2018 14:16:18 MST Jeremiah Cox via edk2-devel wrote: > Do we have data on what it takes to deploy and operate Phabricator with > Harbormaster or Jenkins? The up front development/deployment > activity/costs and then also the ongoing patching/servicing/maintenance > costs?

Re: [edk2] Newbie: Getting Ovmf built

2018-11-24 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 23 November 2018 17:40:15 MST stephano wrote: > We have a set of simple instructions for folks building on standard > Linux distros. Please have a look at this page: > > https://github.com/tianocore/tianocore.github.io/wiki/Common-instructions > > Note: Be sure the TARGET_ARCH is set

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software

2018-11-17 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 16 November 2018 19:42:51 MST Sean Brogan via edk2-devel wrote: > Mike, > > I like the github teams option for discussion as it is just there, free, and > easy. It integrates nicely with all other parts of github. Notifications > are supported for those that want email. Is there

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software

2018-11-16 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On November 16, 2018 at 7:42:51 PM, Sean Brogan via edk2-devel (edk2-devel@lists.01.org(mailto:edk2-devel@lists.01.org)) wrote: > I really can't get behind the Phabricator tool suite as it just has too many > downsides (self-hosted or pay, lack of integrations, lack of support and > limited

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software

2018-11-16 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 16 November 2018 17:34:09 MST stephano wrote: > Rebecca Cran also brought up that Phabricator allows discussions to be > interacted with via email. A quick search for Phabricator and > "Configuring Inbound Email" it seems that one can both receive and send > discussion messages if

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software

2018-11-16 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 16 November 2018 14:42:44 MST stephano wrote: > This is a great suggestion, thanks! Two questions: > 1. Does it allow you to export your conversations in some way? Conversations can followed via email, so that's one way of 'exporting' them. But otherwise, I suspect you'd need to

Re: [edk2] [edk2-announce][RFC] Collaboration Software

2018-11-16 Thread Rebecca Cran via edk2-devel
On Friday, 16 November 2018 12:13:37 MST stephano wrote: > The only reason I didn't include Slack is that it will only log so much > information before things start falling off into the ether. > > Does anyone in the community currently use Slack and know of an easy way > of archiving