[coreboot] Supported Mainboards page

John Lewis jlewis at johnlewis.ie
Fri Dec 6 12:03:57 CET 2013

Hi Patrick,

Although I'm not a developer as such, I would like to be able to 
conribute by using this for the 3 models of Chromebook I have. However, 
I don't have push rights to the board-status repo (according to the 
script). Can you sort that out for me?



On 05/12/13 04:43, Patrick Georgi wrote:
> Hi,
> as you might have noticed,
> http://www.coreboot.org/Supported_Motherboards looks slightly different
> from what it looked like yesterday. (and if you didn’t, the old version
> is still available at http://www.coreboot.org/Supported_Motherboards/old).
> The new version looks boring, and one could think there’s no board
> supported at all in coreboot. Which might in fact be true - what is the
> most recent commit on coreboot master that was booted on, let’s say,
> getac/p470?
> This is where you come in: The page is generated from data pushed into
> the board-status repository (no review desired, even though it’s hosted
> on review.coreboot.org - just push to master). coreboot's
> util/board_status/ contains the tools to compile that data.
> The more often you can show that your system runs a recent coreboot
> build, the better its support looks like on the page.
> The wiki-page generation scripts are in that repository (but will likely
> move to coreboot’s util/ soon), so if you have proposals on how to
> improve matter, patches (and later: changesets on gerrit) are welcome!
> Patrick

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