[flashrom] Invite: Silicon Valley Coreboot Hackathon
dhendrix at google.com
Wed Jan 26 22:11:15 CET 2011
I have finally confirmed a location :-) It's a medium-sized
training/workshop room with several tables and space for a few dozen people
with equipment. It is located in between N. Shoreline Blvd. and Rengstorff
Ave. and is easily accessible from highway 101.
The address is:
1950 Charleston Rd.
Mountain View, CA, 94043
Alamitos workshop / training room (1st floor, room 101, building 1950)
The workshop room, named "Alamitos," is located on the first floor of
building 1950 and is adjacent to the visitors lobby located toward the
center of the courtyard area. The addresses are printed above the lobby
entrances, and I'll also have some signs posted to help people find the
correct entrance (Look for the Coreboot Hare
Here is a Maps link (The marker should appear over the correct building):
Registration is not required, but is encouraged for planning purposes. The
super-easy, <1min form is available @
P.S. Stefan has 50 8Mbit FWH flash chips to give away!
On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 5:46 PM, David Hendricks <dhendrix at google.com>wrote:
> [ cc'ing flashrom mailing ]
> On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 5:39 PM, David Hendricks <dhendrix at google.com>wrote:
>> Stefan mentioned that he knows several people who he has worked with in
>> the area, and we're thinking it would be fun to get everyone together for a
>> day of hacking on Coreboot and related projects such as Flashrom and
>> So, I'd like to invite everyone to Google's beautiful campus in Mountain
>> View for a day of Coreboot hacking, board porting, BIOS flashing, etc. We'll
>> set a tentative date for Saturday the 29th of this month from noon 'till
>> 8pm. We also have FlexyICE ROMulators and Dediprog SPI flash programmers so
>> folks can worry less about bricking their system. Maybe Stefan can whip up a
>> tutorial for newbies if there is particular interest in a specific area.
>> If this sounds like something you'd like to participate in, please fill
>> out the registration form at the URL below. It will help us to ensure we
>> have adequate facilities reserved, equipment ready, visitor badges printed,
>> and technically prepared for the topics of interest. We'll also send
>> confirmation with detailed instructions on how to find the building /
>> conference room to those who register.
>> Registration form:
>> David Hendricks (dhendrix)
>> Systems Software Engineer, Google Inc.
> David Hendricks (dhendrix)
> Systems Software Engineer, Google Inc.
David Hendricks (dhendrix)
Systems Software Engineer, Google Inc.
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