On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 12:15 PM, Steve McIntyre <email@example.com>
The initial proposed agenda is:
* ARM hard-float
+ What is it and why does it matter?
+ How can distributions keep compatible (i.e. gcc triplet to
describe the port)?
* Adding support for ARM as an architecture to the Linux Standard
+ Does it matter?
+ What's needed?
* FHS - multi-arch coming soon, how do we proceed?
* 3D support on ARM platforms
+ Open GL vs. GLES - which is appropriate?
but I'm sure that other people will think of more issues they'd like
to discuss. :-)
from the point of LSB and FHS (as I'm part of both of those workgroups),
I don't know if there will be anyone there representing those groups, but
if that would be valuable it might be possible to prod LF into sending
Jeff Licquia - just ask early enough! Otherwise... Steve, you know where
to poke at us. My email address might hint that I might not have any
time to work on it, but I'll always answer questions :)