Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of GSoC/2011


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  • GSoC/2011

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    1212
    1313RTEMS was proud to be a participating organization in the Google Summer of Code in 2011.  This page is a historical record.
     14= General Information =
     15
     16= General Program Information and Guidance =
     17
     18 *  [http://www.google-melange.com/ Google's Starting Page for the Summer of Code]
     19 *  [http://www.booki.cc/gsocstudentguide/ GSoC Student Guide] - This is a community developed book.
     20= RTEMS Specific Information =
     21
     22 *  [wiki:TBR/Delete/Virtual_Machines_for_RTEMS_Development  Fedora 14 RTEMS 4.10 and 4.11 Virtual Machines] are pre-configured RTEMS development environment on Fedora 14.  They are virtual machines playable with [http://www.virtualbox.org VirtualBox]. For students who do not have a dedicated Fedora 14 installation, this is a great way to work with RTEMS with a minimum of pain and setup.
     23
     24 *  [http://www.rtems.com/moodle/ RTEMS University] - included are presentations on GSoC and RTEMS as well as a presentation on GSoC from the RTEMS Project perspective.
     25 *  [wiki:GSoC/GettingStarted  GSoC Getting Started] - getting up to speed with RTEMS development for GSoC students.
     26 *  [http://rtems.org/onlinedocs/doc-current/share/rtems/html/ RTEMS User Documentation (CVS)]
     27
     28Be sure to add yourself to the table below.
     29= Project Ideas =
     30
     31
     32[wiki:Developer/OpenProjects Open Projects] contains the open projects list for RTEMS.  It is by no means an all inclusive list and we are open to suggestions.  Submissions of ports to new architectures, new BSPs, new device drivers, and test improvements are always welcomed.= Students Proposals =
     33
     34
     35The final version of your proposal must be submitted via Melange at Google.  But until then, please use Google Docs and put the link in this table.  That way any mentor or RTEMS community member can request access and comment on your proposal.  Students.. please don't peek at each other. :)
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     37<strong>
     38<center>
     39GSOC STUDENTS!  PLEASE FILL IN THE APPLICATION AT http://www.google-melange.com!  YOU CAN EDIT UNTIL THE DEADLINE! BUT YOU WILL NOT GET A SLOT IF YOU DO NOT APPLY THROUGH Google!!!
     40</center>
     41</strong>
     42
     43{| border="1" style="margin: 1em auto 1em auto;text-align: center;"
     44|+
     45|-
     46|'''Student''' || '''Completed Hello''' || '''IRC Handle''' || '''Proposal Title''' || '''Google Docs URL'''
     47|-
     48|NAME || Yes or No|| on #rtems || Title  || Link to Google Docs for proposal |
     49|-
     50| Mohamed Naufal|| Yes || hexene|| Cache Manager Support for Currently Unsupported Architectures || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xqrI1lnFZkEV9jyBH31oH_VdWU66LgWSesgHdw2zwpA/edit?hl=en&authkey=CL-fh9kK Proposal]
     51|-
     52| Zhang Wenjie || Yes || zwj|| RTEMS HyperVisor || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/10P6RPFz8kH4xQq9Lu6y9NO9P4AK0YzLIf6GNuGRh7YU/edit# Proposal]
     53|-
     54| Liu Jie|| Yes || lj8175|| RTEMS port of the GNU Java Compiler (gjc) || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ww2nXP0JVOmhSR1xs3M-PkoIpxRtamj79CMHBmDpbmw/edit?hl=zh_CN# RTEMSGSoC2011Proposal_GCJ_LiuJie]
     55|-
     56| Shi Quanming || Yes([https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B-0LnLvSUGEiYTRiMmZmYzctNWQ0Zi00ZDk2LWI2MjktNDE4MmQxMTQ2MzQ2&hl=en run][https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a_utgT2fd63TJM0no6Cw8bAhrXpywG5Ah2QWVZrcm8k/edit?hl=en# diff]) || sqm|| RTEMS MMU Context Support || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I3tE-JL5QQ49wSu6BbKCu4oO1xrpPTZpGTxI6hojT-M/edit?hl=en&authkey=CKLNnuoJ Proposal]
     57|-
     58| Christophe Huriaux || [https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0B-Fs2eGulNCtN2IzNDgzMDMtZWE3OS00OGYwLWE5ZjgtOGJlNTU0NTlkM2Vi Yes] || Shisui || Implementation of the ISO9660 filesystem || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/17fymna-05sCBw2K0kEaZFw2mNN0gPFc2mGP1TItug4A/edit Proposal]
     59|-
     60| Cui Xiang ||  Yes || medivhc|| POSIX Compliance Test Suite || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KhCLZAK5wEwyPMqhM5AbrG97jRTQveO8Viahf0kIOWc/edit?hl=en&authkey=CPuqmNIB Proposal]
     61|-
     62|-
     63| Ricardo Aguirre ||  [https://docs.google.com/drawings/edit?id=1kCzuUGl1gI55f-6KbCwjV0BAHB8gUvFSUh10Rxh-ZLA&hl=en&authkey=COL9wgs Yes] || panzon|| POSIX Timing Tests  || [https://docs.google.com/View?id=dhkdsrzb_1444gqccvs]
     64|-
     65| Easwar Hariharan || Yes  || easwar/meindian523 || Implementing gprof for RTEMS ||
     66|-
     67| Petr Benes || Yes  || petben || Porting of resource reservation framework to RTEMS executive || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1k7h5O0NkzJ70BTlENKQ3YvaitNYXSqHexhc3asiejwk/edit?hl=en#]
     68|-
     69| Scotty Smith || [http://home.gwu.edu/~cssmith/LuaRtems/hello.html Yes]  || cssmith || Lua Scripting and Shell Support in RTEMS || [https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oQipF8_ynwi-Fzb2dFTc3A0bCbn8AY519EvrjUZgYfY/edit?hl=en&authkey=CNj47vkH Proposal]
     70|-
     71|}
     72
     73The ''Student'' column is for your name.
     74
     75The ''Completed Hello'' column lets us all know whether or not you completed the require Hello World project.  Based upon our experience, students who have successfully compiled and run an RTEMS application have a MUCH MUCH higher chance of success on the proposed project.
     76
     77The ''IRC Handle'' column is your handle on IRC.  RTEMS folks hang out in #rtems on freenode.net.
     78
     79The ''Proposal Title'' should be self-explanatory.  If approved, we will ask you to create a code.google.com project to host your work and link to it here.  You will need to give at least your mentor and [wiki:User:JoelSherrill  Joel Sherrill] read/write access.
     80
     81The ''Google Docs URL'' is your proposal in Google Docs that can be reviewed and commented on by mentors.
     82= RTEMS Mentors =
     83
     84
     85This is probably not an all inclusive list of who has offered to be an RTEMS mentor.
     86
     87 *  Joel Sherrill - I am one of the original RTEMS developers and have been the project maintainer for over 10 years.
     88
     89 *  W. Eric Norum - I have been applying RTEMS to large experimental control system applications for over 8 years.
     90
     91 *  Chris Johns - I have been a user and developer of RTEMS for over 10 years.
     92
     93 *  Ralf Corsépius - I have been a user and developer of RTEMS for over 10 years and am the person providing the RTEMS toolchain rpms.
     94
     95 *  Alain Schaefer - I am a user of RTEMS for 1 year and have ported RTEMS to the bfin architecture. I volunteer to mentor for the Eclipse and the Configuration GUI
     96
     97 *  Thomas Doerfler - I have been a user and developer of RTEMS for about 8 years, mainly for industrial control units.
     98
     99 *  Ray Xu - I have been a user and developer of RTEMS for about 3 years in my spare time for fun. I volunteer to mentor project related to tinyRTEMS, skyeye, USB etc.
     100
     101 *  Alan Cudmore - I have been using RTEMS for satellite flight software applications for over 5 years. I volunteer to mentor for the Dynamic Loader project: I have experience with the vxWorks Dynamic Loader, the CEXP loader, and the posix dlopen() APIs.
     102
     103 *  Daron Chabot - I've been using RTEMS in data acquisition systems for about 5 years and I've also been an Eclipse user for about 1.5 years.
     104
     105 *  [wiki:User:AaronGrier_  Aaron J. Grier] - I have been using RTEMS for ~8 years to control audiological test equipment.
     106
     107 *  Peter Dufault - I've been doing real time work for many years, and with RTEMS for about 5 years in electric motor control systems.  I'm particularly interested in control systems.
     108
     109 *  Sébastien Bourdeauducq (lekernel) - Lead developer of the [http://www.milkymist.org Milkymist] system-on-chip, interested in co-mentoring the development of the RTEMS port to this platform.
     110
     111 *  Luis Gustavo Lira - Professor and have been using RTEMS in my data acquisition courses (Master and Undergraduate). I volunteer mentor for BeagleBoard and BlueZ.