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commit ce9d35aa07d23397a846b82d71e39fb9b1af588e
parent 32021538a50f1b3f994b1a9d18653d057473fe17
Author: Francis Rowe <info@gluglug.org.uk>
Date:   Thu, 28 May 2015 10:15:11 +0100

docs/tasks.html: Remove notes about non-coreboot systems

Waste of time.

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diff --git a/docs/tasks.html b/docs/tasks.html @@ -341,23 +341,6 @@ with libreboot support (out of the box, from the factory).</b> </li> <li> - PROPOSAL (only a proposal, for now): - Look into the possibility of expanding libreboot to support non-coreboot systems. (u-boot, for instance). - Currently, libreboot presents itself as a deblobbed coreboot distribution. There are other systems out there - that use other firmware, such as u-boot, which libreboot could theoretically support. This would mean that - the build scripts know how to build things other than just coreboot/grub. - <ul> - <li>Allwinner A10 (ARM) SoCs</li> - <li>PMON?</li> - <li>barebox (u-boot derivative)</li> - <li>etc</li> - <li> - <a href="http://zedboard.org/product/zedboard">http://zedboard.org/product/zedboard</a> - might be a candidate, according to the main developer of openlunchbox. - </li> - </ul> - </li> - <li> Set up a routine (project-wise) for testing each system with the latest kernel version. See <a href="http://projects.mtjm.eu/work_packages/22">http://projects.mtjm.eu/work_packages/22</a> and <a href="http://projects.mtjm.eu/work_packages/21">http://projects.mtjm.eu/work_packages/21</a>