On 03.06.19 16:13, Mike Banon wrote:
Just noticed that someone included i.e. some Purism Librem devices to a " Recently tested mainboards: " section - but, when I check https://review.coreboot.org/cgit/board-status.git/log/purism , the latest board status for Purism happened even before 4.9 ! And without a recent enough _public_ "board status" report - containing the important info about your build and its' complete configuration - I don't think we could include them to a "recently tested" list
I have to object. That the boards were tested with a recent revision around the release is still much valuable information.
We would like to encourage the board status reporting, and relying on the word of users ( "I tested X board and it worked" ) would not help us to collect the known good configs at our coreboot/board_status repository.
The default config should always be a known good config, unless the board isn't well maintained. Needing a specific "good config" is a sign of unattended bugs.