On Mon, Aug 28, 2017 at 4:34 PM, Jeff Backus <jeff.backus(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Not sure if anyone else is aware, but it looks like FESCo voted to give us
until September 8th to get organized or i686 is being pulled from kernels
for F28. The good news is that they are letting us define what "organized"
means. The bad news is that the clocks ticking.
Do other SIGs have specific criteria about being "functional"?
As for the group's responsibilities, I do not understand what
could/should be done when e.g. an upstream project stops supporting
CPUs without specific instruction sets or x86 altogether.
Would it be feasible to schedule a meeting sometime next week, so that
we may have the input of those attending Flock? Should we also ask
someone from the kernel team and perhaps infrastructure to attend as
well or should we leave that for a next meeting?