Jarvis, thanks for the valuable input.
On 06/04/2018, 19:01, "Jarvis Roach" <jarvis.ro...@dornerworks.com> wrote: > > Here my understanding is that we need a certification partner like TÜV, > MIRA or a company like Dornerworks who already have experience with > Xen. By working with a partner experienced in certification, the overall cost > of certification would be significantly reduced. The elephant in the room is > funding and a business model (aka all the items listed in > https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HpYzClh0nDEocsUHb17X0DxiehsAb > CgyWE-P2Wk_RNU/edit section 4.1). The reality is that organisations such > as TÜV, MIRA, Dornerworks, ... will need to be paid by someone. Which, I > think we need to park for now. > I wouldn't leave it parked too long. The issues of funding and remuneration will delay/derail progress more than all of the technical challenges combined. I agree. My expectation would be to first see whether we can make progress on 2-3 as this affects code size to be certified. Without knowing how much code we are looking at, it will be impossible to have any credible discussion about funding. I am not intending to delay this discussion: primarily looking at this from a critical path perspective. Regards Lars _______________________________________________ Xen-devel mailing list Xenfirstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.xenproject.org/mailman/listinfo/xen-devel