[lsb-discuss] Does anyone care about LSB on arm?
david.rusling at linaro.org
Wed Jun 1 13:59:25 PDT 2011
thanks, have a poke around and tell me / OCTO what it means to join
in, what the costs and benefits are etc...
On 06/01/11 22:36, Steve McIntyre wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 01, 2011 at 07:32:18AM +0900, David Rusling wrote:
>> On 06/01/11 01:22, Wookey wrote:
>>> As this is a non-trivial amount of work, the question then arises,
>>> does anyone care about this enough to actually do the work? Linaro is
>>> an obvious organisation that could expend some engineering effort on
>>> this, but to do that it needs some indication that it's more than a
>> the short answer is 'yes'. The next question is 'who?'.
> Absolutely, yes. It makes a lot of sense for the growing number of
> people looking to collaborate here to pool their efforts in an
> existing central spec/location.
>> Maybe this can be bolted onto the hard float work, I'll let
>> Konstantinos and Steve respond...
> Ah, I guess I've just volunteered myself haven't I? :-)
> /me goes to subscribe to the LSB lists and start reading things.
David Rusling, CTO
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