Re: Call for Foundation-supported Project Ideas
- In reply to: Daniel Engberg : "Re: Call for Foundation-supported Project Ideas"
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Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2021 13:41:34 UTC
On Tue, 30 Nov 2021 10:53:47 +0100 Daniel Engberg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi, > > A few projects that I think would be beneficial > > * Native exFAT and F2FS support, I think someone (with a FreeBSD hat) > already expressed interest in adding exFAT support to FreeBSD 14 At least exFAT support would need to be on ports even when implememted as non-fuse filesystem, as of patent issue, unless MS grants unlimited right to publish. > * Better documentation for the iflib network driver framework > * ARM "CPU cluster" support, both big.LITTLE awareness and support for > running at different clockspeeds > I'm not sure if there could be some generic framework as we're > starting to see this on x86 too (Intel 12th Gen) Implementation of NUMA support could be a good start point. From resource management view, it would be non-uniform process (or processor, instead) allocation. Just an idea, though. > * Better documentation for ARM/ARM64 devices, it's even hard for devs to > figure out how to get boards booting despite being supported like the > Macchiato/Espressobin or how to "convert" existing images to other > supported boards which do not have a separate image. > Right now most information is scattered on the wiki and mailinglist > and it's hard to find the most recent information. > * Support Ryzen ECC memory status and reporting (what Linux refers to as > EDAC) > > Best regards, > Daniel > -- Tomoaki AOKI <email@example.com>