[Lpc-announce] RISC-V microconference accepted for Linux Plumbers Conference
jake at lwn.net
Mon Sep 17 14:39:23 UTC 2018
The open nature of the RISC-V ecosystem has allowed contributions
from both academia and industry to lead to an unprecedented number of
new hardware design proposals in a very short time span. Linux support
is the key to enabling these new hardware options.
The primary objective of the RISC-V microconference at Plumbers is to
initiate a community-wide discussion about the design problems/ideas for
different Linux kernel features that will lead to a better, stable
kernel for RISC-V.
Topics for this microconference include:
- The State of RISC-V Software
- Multi-level interrupt design in RISC-V
- Power Management in RISC-V
- RISC-V Platform Specification Kick-Off
- RISC-V Hypervisor Spec - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Experiences from Andes Technology
If you’re interested in participating in this microconference or have
other topics to propose, please contact Palmer Dabbelt
(palmer at sifive.com) or Atish Patra (atish.patra at wdc.com).
LPC will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada from Tuesday,
November 13 through Thursday, November 15.
We hope to see you there!
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