[Letux-kernel] OpenPhoenux hacking weekend successful!

tgrauss tgrauss at f-gp.eu
Tue Jun 7 11:31:22 CEST 2016


Nice to see that we are going forward :)
You wrote :
> * camera driver recognizes the presence of the camera module (and even
> the new one)

Does this mean that a new camera module is available? You wrote in the 
past that it was not possible to have a camera module anymore.

Thanks and regards

Thierry GRAUSS

On 06/06/2016 15:36, H. Nikolaus Schaller wrote:
> Hi all,
> we did meet for two days in Munich (thanks to Lukas' company
> 'emvolution' for the inspiring location!).
> We were 8 enthusiasts eagerly wanting to fix kernel bugs and taking a
> look into modernizing
> qtmoko.
> Results are not yet as tangible as we all would like to see, but there
> is now a good foundation
> for forther work, using the resources we have: e-mail, git, project 
> managament.
> And not to forget the new personal connections (including some new PGP
> cross-signatures).
> Here is what we see as main achievements:
> * kernel 4.7-rc1 now boots
> * camera driver recognizes the presence of the camera module (and even
> the new one)
> * generic-adc-battery driver can report an estimate of state of charge
> even if hdq is n/a
> * improvements for wifi driver
> * fixed some Replicant bugs with 4.7-rc1 rfkill wwan driver
> * a vision how to develop and package qtmoko with/into Debian
> * qt-embedded 4.8.7 compiles as debian packages (there will be user
> and dev packages)
> * first demos show on screen (touch needs to be made responding)
> * new scripts so that Debian boxer tool can create different flavors
> of root file systems
> * many discussions about Debian / mainline / Letux kernel harmonization
> * fun (table soccer)
> Some presentation slides of introduction and a summary can be found 
> here:
> 	http://projects.goldelico.com/p/openphoenux/downloads/63/
> More tangible results are to be expected to be published in the next 
> weeks.
> I hope that the discussions we have started will continue on one of
> the three mailing lists
> where this mail goes to.
> A big wish by the participants was to repeat such a hacking session
> (maybe running over
> a full week but not everybody must be present all the time). And not
> too far away in the future
> from now :)
> So let me also say thank you to the generous donators from the
> OpenPhoneux community who
> sponsored this workshop. If you like to sponsor such events in the
> future, please use:
> http://shop.goldelico.com/wiki.php?page=GTA04%3ADonation
> BR and happy hacking,
> Nikolaus
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