Nate, thank you for getting these things out and for the public update!
Could you please ask the lawyers if they consider 2.1 (b) and (c) of the license sufficient for unmodified redistribution (eg in the coreboot blobs repo: paths change, the files remain unmodified)? It seems like that should be possible, but since I'm just a software developer and they're the lawyers who wrote the license they ought to know. That would make it easier to create FSP based configurations that build out of the box with the coreboot tree.
Am Mi., 11. Juli 2018 um 03:06 Uhr schrieb Desimone, Nathaniel L < firstname.lastname@example.org>:
I am a UEFI firmware architect working for Intel Corp. One of my focus areas is FSP. There was some prior discussion here regarding the lack of public updates for Kaby Lake FSP binaries and headers and questions regarding specialized FSP binaries being built for specific boards. I would like to clear up some of these questions and concerns. We just pushed all of the recently released versions of Kaby Lake FSP (3.1.0 through 3.6.0) to https://github.com/IntelFsp/FSP/tree/Kabylake. While there might appear to be forks of Kaby Lake FSP, they are actually just snapshots at different points in time. For example, there is one commit labelled as "Gold release for Kaby Lake FSP" that appears to be special fork for IoT devices... this commit is actually just Kaby Lake FSP Release 2.6.0 without any IoT specific modifications. Apologies for the confusing commit messages and for the temporary lapse in updates.
With Best Regards,
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