Hi coreboot community,

The Open-Source Firmware Foundation (OSFF) is pleased to announce ByteTalks, a new series of online webinars focused on the open-source firmware community. ByteTalks aims to provide a platform for learning, sharing, and discussing the latest developments in open-source firmware. Each session features talks by experienced professionals, practical tutorials, and a chance for participants to ask questions and engage with the speakers. Whether you're deeply involved in firmware development or just interested in learning more about the field, ByteTalks offers valuable insights and connections to help you grow. Join us to explore the evolving world of open-source firmware together.

Announcing OSFF ByteTalks Vol. 1: “FSP Customization - Remove non-mandatory components in the Intel FSP

In the realm of open-source firmware, creating a custom Firmware Support Package (FSP) binary is a pivotal step for developers aiming to enhance hardware compatibility and performance. The process involves understanding the hardware's initialization requirements, integrating coreboot or similar open-source firmware solutions, and customizing the FSP to meet specific system needs. Our guests Subrata and Vincent will talk about the process on customizing the Intel FSP and removing non-mandatory components.

For more information, check out the event page here: https://osfw.foundation/events/bytetalks-vol.-1/

In case you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me. In case you are also interested in joining the ByteTalks series as a speaker, feel free to reach out to me as well :)



Christian Walter

Open-Source Firmware Foundation
Email:  christian.walter@osfw.foundation