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GSOC application: BSP for QEMU ARM PXA target
- Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 13:22:49 +0800
- From: rayx.cn at gmail.com (x ray)
- Subject: GSOC application: BSP for QEMU ARM PXA target
I think it is much better than what I saw last night. And your mail-list
One more advice, keep your Abstract small. It looks to me that the abstract
and Detailed Description are the same now. You should say it in clear and
short words about what you will do, what is your overall agenda, what is the
benefit of doing this, ( and maybe how you will do this) etc
2008/3/31, ?? <zrfail at gmail.com>:
> I am Zhang, Rui, a graduate student majoring in computer science
> from Graduate University of Chinese Academy of
> Sciences(GUCAS,http://www.gucas.ac.cn/gscasenglish/index.aspx). I have
> submitted my application for GSOC project "BSP for QEMU ARM PXA
> target". It is supposed to produce BSP for QEMU ARM PXA target.
> I want to know where to get the interface information of QEMU ARM
> PXA target? Joel tell me by email that the qemu mailing list and its
> source codes will help. I will try that. Is there any other advice for
> (Is there some problem with my email? It is the third time I send
> my email to rtems-users at rtems.com. But my email did not appear in the
> mailling list.)
> I already have some experiences of BSP programming. I have written
> a BSP for Vxworks on board AT91RM9200 in last year.
> I wish to join the RTEMS development group via GSOC this summer. I
> know something about Eclipse plugin development. After accepted by
> RTEMS, I am glad to give help if someone want to make RTEMS
> development integrated into Eclipse.
> Further information about me: http://failor.512j.com
> rtems-users mailing list
> rtems-users at rtems.com
Thanks & Best Regards!
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