[coreboot] Move LinuxBoot mailing list to Mailman
paulepanter at users.sourceforge.net
Tue Dec 5 09:24:21 CET 2017
Am Montag, den 04.12.2017, 15:58 +0000 schrieb ron minnich:
> On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 12:37 AM Paul Menzel wrote:
> > I can’t find the mailing list. Could you please share the URL (and put
> > the list in CC)?
Strange, that it wasn’t found. But *linuxboot* consists of two keywords
used in different contexts too.
> I sent an invite to you, Paul!
Thank you I got that, and subscribed.
I do not know, if Google Groups changed, but in the past, I always had
a lot of problems to subscribe and manage such a subscription without a
Google account. I just tried it again, and I do not even find a
So, as it’s still early, I’d really welcome it, if you decided to move
to Mailman. Would that be possible?
> > Regarding the content of LinuxBoot , it will mostly then be
> > documenting stuff, how LinuxBoot can be achieved?
> We're not sure. UEFI is so complex, and there are so many vendors writing
> bad code for it, that at least part of this work involves "figure out what
> a mess the ODM made of UEFI and work around it."
> Trammell had a very interesting post just today, concerning how Boot Device
> Selection does all sort of things unrelated to Boot Device Selection -- on
> an Intel board, of course.
> The purpose of the group: "Welcome to the LinuxBoot mailing list, wherein
> we discuss using a Linux kernel as the ramstage (coreboot) or
> DxeCore/BdsExe/UEFISHell replacement."
Though I got:
> Generic list for the LinuxBoot firmware, not tied to any specific project
> (coreboot, NERF, Heads, etc).
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