Quoting Robert Watson <rwatson@FreeBSD.org> (from Tue, 18 Mar 2008
17:30:35 +0000 (GMT)):
> On Tue, 18 Mar 2008, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
>> - AFAIR geninput is handled by someone already, if he applies for
>> the SoC himself it's fine, if not we should talk with him if is is
>> actively working on this or if a SoC student would be welcome (no
>> need to reinvent the wheel)
> OK. When I chatted with Philip he didn't mention this, but he did
> ponder combining the syscons and generic input stuff. Has the person
> contacted Philip, or did Philip just forget to mention this? :-)
There's even a 3rd possibility, I mix the committer which should know
about this with Philip. I don't know which of those possibilities is
the right one.
>> - performancetracking: As can be seen in this entry, there's a
>> promising WIP, have you contacted Erik about it? Kris may know more
>> about this.
> Kris seemed to like the current description and felt we should leave it
> up/open, as there's an opportunity here for people with specific
> benchmark interests to get involved, I believe.
As seems to have changed his mind (see his mail), I assume you DTRT
with this entry.
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