[Libre-soc-dev] Hello! , Intro message
ps905 at snu.edu.in
Sun Dec 6 17:06:10 GMT 2020
Thank you Luke and Cole.
>ok so this very much depends on your level of expertise and interests.
>it is a huge project so there is lots to do.
>for example if you can do c and c++ and are interested in compilers,
>Veera could likely use some help with the 3D MESA Vulkan driver.
>if you would like to do HDL but actually more python then there is
>actually a rather nice high strategic value python project that we
I am most comfortable working in python and then followed by c/c++ or rust.
So Would not mind working on either of the above suggested tasks. Would
prefer to start with python, get a little familiar with the source code
itself before I take up more tasks if that's ok. I have not been accustomed
to bugzilla, and would love to get the specifics of the python HDL task if
On Sun, Dec 6, 2020 at 9:09 PM Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net>
> On 12/6/20, Pranav Sateesh <ps905 at snu.edu.in> wrote:
> > Hey Everyone!
> > This is Pranav, from India. I found a post on reddit about Libre-Soc
> > messaged Luke and was redirected here.
> that was only an hour ago :)
> > I am proficient in Python, fairly so in assembly x86 and ARM reading up
> > RISC-V.
> we are doing OpenPOWER, it is in some ways a better foundation for a
> hybrid VPU-CPU-GPU, for example you may remember the Cell Processor,
> used in the Sony PS3?
> just to be clear, we are not doing RISC-V.
> > Excited to contribute! .
> > Would love some guidance on how to go about for the first few days
> > contributing to the project .
> ok so this very much depends on your level of expertise and interests.
> it is a huge project so there is lots to do.
> for example if you can do c and c++ and are interested in compilers,
> Veera could likely use some help with the 3D MESA Vulkan driver.
> if you would like to do HDL but actually more python then there is
> actually a rather nice high strategic value python project that we
> need done.
> the actual work needed should be quite small, but explaining it fully
> takes about an hour, and the unit tests will be waaay larger than the
> amount of "implementation" code:
> if that's not intriguing there are plenty more
> > Hoping to hear from all of you.
> welcome from me :)
> > I did go through the Charter and I am ok with the same and agree to it.
> star. it is an experiment as much as anything.
> > Regards
> > (Hope I am doing this right, if not very sorry and would love a heads up
> > the format for the mailing lists)
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> > Pranav Sateesh
> > B.Sc. Physics (Research)
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