Re: Please advice on applying GSoC
- In reply to: Soichiro Ueda : "Please advice on applying GSoC"
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Date: Thu, 24 Mar 2022 16:39:47 UTC
Thanks for your interest! Unfortunately I don't believe that there has been any development on EBPF for FreeBSD for the past couple of years. At this point I don't anticipate seeing EBPF merge into the project. So unfortunately I can't really recommend any of the EBPF projects listed on the wiki as a GSoC project. If you are interested in non-EBPF projects, though, I'd definitely recommend that you pursue them. Sorry for the bad news, Ryan On Sun, Mar 20, 2022 at 11:50 PM Soichiro Ueda <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > Hi! I'm Soichiro Ueda, a university student from Japan. > > I'm thinking of participate in GSoC. I'm interested in the idea of eBPF > XDP Hooks. > Before submitting a proposal, I'm planning to send a patch to understand > the source code of FreeBSD, and the idea. > But I'm wondering what tasks should I tackle. Do you have any ideas? > > Biography > I'm a junior in Kyoto University. I major in Compurter Scienece. > I've worked for some internships as a software engineer. Now I work in a > startup, developing a SaaS which automates quotation work in > international logistics. > > Talking about experiences related to this GSoC project, > > I've developed a NIC driver from scratch for MikanOS, which is an > operating system targeting x86_64 for people who learn operating system > development. > I've implemented protocols of Ethernet, ARP, IP, ICMP for MikanOS, and > I've successed to send ping requests to servers in the Internet and > receive responses. > > I've made a processor using Verilog and FPGA for practical in the > university. > > Now I learn operating systems by reimplementing MikanOS. > > MikanOS: https://github.com/uchan-nos/mikanos > My work of MikanOS network: https://github.com/Saza-ku/mikanos-nic/tree/nic > >