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    1 = Timeline =
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     1= Historical Timeline =
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     3[[TOC(History/Timeline, depth=2)]]
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    45The RTEMS Project has been around a long time.  Please add information about what RTEMS features you were involved in, what [wiki:RTEMSApplications_ applications] you fielded, etc. to the timeline.  If you have published papers, please add them to the [wiki:RTEMSReferences_  References] page.
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    7 [[TOC(TBR/Website/Timeline, depth=2)]]
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    9 =  Events in 2012  =
     7==  2012 ==
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    109 *  BMW acknowledges Superbike uses RTEMS and allows it to be used in Embedded Brains booth at the Embedded World Show
    1110 *  EADS/Astrium gives workshop presentation stating all projects in DE/UK/FR use RTEMS
    1211 *  Curiosity lands on Mars with RTEMS
    13 =  Events in 2011  =
     12
     13==  2011  ==
     14
    1415 *  Converted to Git after 17 years of CVS
    1516 *  First year in ESA Summer of Code in Space
    1617 *  RTEMS orbits moon on-board ARTEMIS
    1718 *  OAR is a sponsor of the Flight Software Workshop
    18 =  Events in 2010  =
     19
     20==  2010  ==
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    1922 *  Launched with Solar Dynamic Observatory
    2023 *  RTEMS File System (RFS) added for NASA MMS
    2124 *  Tyco acknowledges some products use RTEMS. Products shown at Embedded World.
    22 =  Events in 2009  =
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     26==  2009  ==
    2327
    2428 *  Herschel and Planck launch with RTEMS running the flight computer.
     
    4044 *  GNAT/RTEMS Development Environment on Fedora 12 LiveDVD featured at [http://www.sigada.org/conf/sigada2009/ SigAda 2009] tutorial on embedded systems.
    4145 *  4.10 improvements including significant clean up of BSP initialization code resulting in the ability to support Unified Workspace.
    42 =  Events in 2008  =
    43 
     46
     47==  2008  ==
    4448
    4549 *  4.9.0 and 4.9.1 released
     
    5761 *  LPC2478 BSP added
    5862 *  gen83xx BSP added
    59 =  Events in 2007  =
    60 
     63
     64==  2007  ==
    6165
    6266 *  4.7.0 and 4.7.1 released
     
    7074 *  First CPU Kit RPMs successfully built!!
    7175 *  rtl21xx BSP merged
    72 =  Events in 2006  =
    73 
     76
     77==  2006  ==
    7478
    7579 *  ADI Blackfin port submitted by Alain Schaefer.
     
    7882 *  SPARC LEON3 BSP submitted by Gaisler Enterprises.
    7983 *  RTEMS circles Mars and helps unlock secrets of Archimedes manuscript.
    80 =  Events in 2005  =
    81 
     84
     85==  2005  ==
    8286
    8387 *  Eric Norum of Argonne National Laboratory submits the uC5282 BSP for the Arcturus Networks uC DIMM ColdFire 5282 board.
     
    8791 *  IRQ Unified API completed.
    8892 *  All PowerPC BSPs except those for 4xx-based boards are using the new exception model.
    89 =  Events in 2004  =
    90 
     93
     94==  2004  ==
    9195
    9296 *  RTEMS Wiki launched.
     
    9599 *  Intec Automation SS555 BSP written by David Querbach of Real-Time Systems Inc. This work was sponsored by the Defence Research and Development Canada - Suffield. He notes that the BSP is largely based on the mbx8xx ports, with some floating-point code from the mpc8260 port.
    96100 *  Jay Monkman submitted a number of BSPs for Cogent boards including the ARM-based CSB336 and CSB337, the MC68360-based CSB360, and the MIPS-based (AMD Au1100) CSB350.
    97 =  Events in 2003  =
    98 
     101
     102==  2003  ==
    99103
    100104 *  NFS client for RTEMS released
     
    102106 *  GoAhead Webserver updated to 2.1.4
    103107 *  ncurses updated to 5.3 in RTEMS Add-On Packages
    104 =  Events in 2002  =
    105 
     108
     109==  2002  ==
    106110
    107111 *  DOS (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32) Filesystem support added
     
    117121          o GNAT/RTEMS on MIPS support added with release of gcc 3.2.1.
    118122 *  Added soft float multilibs on i386-rtems gcc toolset
    119 =  Events in 2001  =
    120 
     123
     124==  2001  ==
    121125
    122126 *  Existing MIPS port reworked to better support more MIPS variants.
     
    126130 *  RTEMS Project begins using GNATS to track issues.
    127131 *  RTEMS Steering Committee formed.
    128 =  Events in 2000  =
    129 
     132
     133==  2000  ==
    130134
    131135 *  Binaries for more hosts (Solaris, Cygwin, FreeBSD) and Ada95
     
    133137 *  ncurses 5.2 ported to RTEMS as part of Add-On Packages
    134138 *  Reorganization initiated for CPU and BSP Kit.
    135 =  Events in 1999  =
    136 
     139
     140==  1999  ==
    137141
    138142 *  GNU avl 1.4.0 ported to RTEMS as part of Add-On Packages
     
    142146 *  C/C++/Java development tool binaries for Linux (RPM and Debian)
    143147 *  Initial In-Memory Filesystem (IMFS) support added
    144 =  Events in 1998  =
    145 
     148
     149==  1998  ==
    146150
    147151 *  Release 4.0.0 with stable POSIX threads and FreeBSD TCP/IP
    148152 *  OAR becomes primary distributor of RTEMS
    149153 *  Hitachi SH port and Filesystem infrastructure added
    150 =  Events in 1997  =
    151 
     154
     155==  1997  ==
    152156
    153157 *  Mailing lists established
     
    155159 *  First support for GNU autoconf and TCP/IP
    156160 *  Adopt FSF General Public License with exception
    157 =  Events in 1996  =
    158 
     161
     162==  1996  ==
    159163
    160164 *  Release 3.6.0 last Army release, first useable POSIX 1003.1b threads support
    161165 *  AMD A29K and MIPS ports submitted
    162166 *  rtems.com domain registered
    163 =  Events in 1995  =
    164 
     167
     168==  1995  ==
    165169
    166170 *  Release 3.5.0 includes submitted port to PowerPC
     
    172176 *  Documentation converted to GNU TeXinfo
    173177 *  Cygnus gives away floppy with RTEMS source at Embedded Systems Conference
    174 =  Events in 1994  =
    175 
     178
     179==  1994  ==
    176180
    177181 *  Release 3.1 with multiprocessing added to Ada implementation
    178182 *  Available via anonymous FTP from U.S. Army
    179 =  Events in 1993  =
    180 
     183
     184==  1993  ==
    181185
    182186 *  Release 3.0 includes C and Ada implementations, ships with GNU tools on tape
    183187 *  U.S. Army creates RTEMS [http://www.rtems.org/PDFs/RTEMS_Army_Brochure_1993.pdf Brochure]
    184 =  Events in 1992  =
    185 
     188
     189==  1992  ==
    186190
    187191 *  Release 2.0.1 uses GNU tools only
    188192 *  Intel i960 port uses GNU tools, m68k GCC benchmarked
    189193 *  First non-Army RTEMS user (SSCL)
    190 =  = Events in 1991 ==
    191 
     194
     195== 1991 ==
    192196
    193197 *  Release 1.31 with Intel i960 and Cyclone CVME961 BSP
    194198 *  Release 1.30 with heterogeneous multiprocessing
    195199
    196 == Events in 1990 ==
    197 
     200== 1990 ==
    198201
    199202 *  Intel i386 support added including Force FORCE386 BSP
    200203 *  First internal U.S. Army Missile Command (MICOM) user
    201204
    202 == Events in 1988 ==
    203 
     205== 1988 ==
    204206
    205207 *  U.S. Army Missile Command requests royalty free, standards-based real-time solution with full source