[llvm-dev] RISC-V LLVM sync-up conference calls

Alex Bradbury via llvm-dev llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Thu Nov 30 05:30:07 PST 2017

On 23 November 2017 at 01:38, Alex Bradbury <asb at lowrisc.org> wrote:
> On 14 November 2017 at 16:03, Alex Bradbury <asb at lowrisc.org> wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> At the RISC-V BoF at the LLVM Dev Meeting and the longer working
>> session the day after, those of us working on RISC-V with LLVM decided
>> it would be worthwhile to schedule regular sync-up calls in order to
>> better co-ordinate ongoing work between different developers. This is
>> primarily to sync-up, share blocking issues and so on. I understand
>> something similar was done during the aarch64/arm64 backend
>> upstreaming. Obviously decision making takes place through llvm/clang
>> mailing lists with RFCs as appropriate. As everyone is spread across
>> different timezones we're going to alternate between two time slots,
>> switching each week. Although fully open, this is really intended for
>> those who are actively working on RISC-V in upstream LLVM projects. If
>> you're looking for support with issues or high level status updates
>> it's unlikely to be useful to you.
>> This may change as we settle in to a "rhythm" and depending on
>> people's changing availability, but we're currently alternating
>> between 3am UTC and 4pm UTC on Thursdays, with the next call 3am UTC
>> on Thursday 16th. Ana Pazos will be hosting this Thursday's call,
>> hangout/dial-in details to be confirmed.
> The 3am UTC time seems unpopular, so for the time being we're going to
> stick with 4pm UTC on a Thursday.
> Hangouts URL for today's discussion (4pm UTC) is
> https://hangouts.google.com/hangouts/_/asbradbury.org/riscvllvmdiscussion

Same URL, same time. (4pm UTC, about 2.5 hours from now). One of the
issues we'll be discussing today is compressed instruction set, with a
view to producing an RFC for wider feedback.



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