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The RISC-V foundation has created a QEMU sig.
The idea is it's a place to communicate about the RISC-V QEMU work
people are doing.
It mostly will be used to try and increase reviewer participation and
align on what people are working on.
The official description is below:
The QEMU SIG aims to:
* Coordinate with the upstream QEMU community and RISC-V contributors;
* Identify gaps and maintain a status/roadmap for RISC-V support in
* Recruit reviewers and contributors to QEMU within the RISC-V
* Provide guidance and training for other groups within RISC-V that
contribute to QEMU (e.g., as part of the Acceptance Criteria for new
extensions) and assist/coordinate the upstreaming of RISC-V specific
We will probably organise fortnightly chats, that will be in a
Asia/Australia friendly timezone.
If anyone wants to join you are welcome to.
It's not replacing mailing lists or any traditional QEMU development
flows. So if you just want to send and review patches you don't need to
be involved. This is kind of outside the actual QEMU development flow,
to try and increase QEMU RISC-V participation.
You can join the group here: https://lists.riscv.org/g/sig-qemu
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