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authorThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2007-12-11 23:51:24 +0100
committerThomas Schwinge <tschwinge@gnu.org>2007-12-11 23:51:24 +0100
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treeccd091c52577df9fef8ab142f7818cb118acbf57 /microkernel/mach/gnumach/projects.mdwn
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microkernel/mach/gnumach/projects: Remove assignments.
Some of those people publically stated that they'd no longer work on their tasks, and some others we've also never heard of again.
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@@ -7,10 +7,10 @@ Sections, no Front-Cover Texts, and no Back-Cover Texts. A copy of the license
is included in the section entitled
[[GNU_Free_Documentation_License|/fdl]]."]]
-This page is a place to keep track of all those things that we need to improve
-in GNU Mach, so that it is a reliable microkernel for The Hurd, both in terms
-of stability and performance. If you find anything missing here, please feel
-free to add a entry with a short description.
+This page is a place to keep track of ideas about things that may be improved
+in GNU Mach, so that it'll evolve to a reliable microkernel for The Hurd, both
+in terms of stability and performance. If you find anything missing here,
+please feel free to add a entry with a short description.
If you want to help with any of the task (thanks!), please send a mail to the
[[*bug-hurd*_mailing_list|mailinglists]] stating what task you wish to work on,
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
# Task List
-* Clean up the Code. (Assigned to: **Team Leader:** _Gianluca Guida (gianluca)_, **Hackers:** _Alfredo Beaumont (abeaumont)_, _Pedro J. Ruiz Lopez (holzplatten)_, _Matheus Morais (xsun)_, _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* Clean up the Code
* Remove all dead files from the GNU Mach source tree.
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
* Rewrite ugly code.
-* Update the core architecture and drivers. (Assigned to: **Team Leader:** _Gianluca Guida (gianluca)_, **Hackers:** _Alfredo Beaumont (abeaumont)_, _Sergio Lopez (koro)_, _Pedro J. Ruiz Lopez (holzplatten)_, _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* Update the core architecture and drivers
* Check what NetBSD, FreeBSD and Linux do with their host specific code
(i486, PPC, Sparc, ...). And if it might be wise to take that and use it
@@ -42,13 +42,13 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
list of the new API and the old one, and try to make things as compatible
as possible, but not at the expense of anything.
-* Implement Migrating Threads. (Assigned to: _Sergio Lopez (koro)_)
+* Implement Migrating Threads
* Migrating Threads (MT) could improve IPC performance and making easier the
work of the scheduler. For more information, check
<http://www.usenix.org/publications/library/proceedings/sf94/ford.html>
-* Improve the external pagers interface. (Assigned to: _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* Improve the external pagers interface
* Making this interface synchronous should improve I/O performance
significantly, without (almost) any drawbacks (we also get some advantage
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
* Implement resource accounting for external pagers.
-* VM. (Assigned to: _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* VM
* Put it on user level (?)
@@ -69,13 +69,13 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
* Simplify/normalise the code.
-* Simplify the IPC Semantics. (Assigned to: _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* Simplify the IPC Semantics
* There are a lot of things in GNU Mach's IPC that we don't need. Track down
those things, and get rid of them without requiring many changes in the
Hurd (the changes will affect MiG, but that is OK).
-* Temporary mappings for Client-Server memory transfers. (Assigned to: _We need **YOU** here!_)
+* Temporary mappings for Client-Server memory transfers
* Extend Mach's IPC to provide some kind of object which can represent a
range of memory that can temporarily be mapped into the servers address
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@ so that no duplicate efforts end up.
* Find a new way to work with unaligned memory.
-* GDB remote debugging support (Assigned to: _Alfred M. Szmidt (ams)_)
+* GDB remote debugging support
* Implement support for GDB debugging via serial line and/or network. Maybe
this can be done together with the host-specific work above.