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Development contributions
 
 
 
Development contributions
 
Development contributions
  
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* Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
 
* Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
 
* Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
 
* Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
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* BlueSwirl (Sparc/Sparc64 port)
 
* Greg Watson (briq port)
 
* Greg Watson (briq port)
* David Paktor (improving Toke)
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* [mailto:David@paktor.biz David Paktor] (improving Toke)
 
* Chen-Chau Chu (ppc fixes)
 
* Chen-Chau Chu (ppc fixes)
 
* Tim Barrett (detok patches)
 
* Tim Barrett (detok patches)
 
* Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
 
* Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
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* Laurent Vivier (ppc/qemu port)
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Patches and other contributions from
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* Stefan Assmann
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* Paul Brook
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* Mark Cave-Ayland
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* Justin Chevrier
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* Peter Creath
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* Alexander Graf
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* Mike Hommey
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* Aurelien Jarno
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* Igor Kovalenko
  
 
Hardware/Funding
 
Hardware/Funding
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* Michael Gibson (EsEsIx) for donating a CS5530 based thin client for /dev/bios development.
 
* Michael Gibson (EsEsIx) for donating a CS5530 based thin client for /dev/bios development.
 
* [http://www.linuxfund.org/ LinuxFund.org] chose OpenBIOS to be awarded in the spring 2002 grant cycle with US$1000. Thanks a lot for supporting our work!
 
* [http://www.linuxfund.org/ LinuxFund.org] chose OpenBIOS to be awarded in the spring 2002 grant cycle with US$1000. Thanks a lot for supporting our work!
* [http://www.newisys.com/ Newisys] funded the OpenBIOS project with a very nice piece of hardware, an Opteron based 1U 2CPU Newisys 2100. This machine is nowadays running www.openbios.org and www.linuxbios.org.
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* [http://www.newisys.com/ Newisys] funded the OpenBIOS project with a very nice piece of hardware, an Opteron based 1U 2CPU Newisys 2100. This machine is nowadays running www.openfirmware.info and www.coreboot.org.
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* [http://sase.de/ Daniele Frijia] for donating a Motorola PPC-machine
  
 
If you or somebody else is missing on this list, send an email to Stefan Reinauer
 
If you or somebody else is missing on this list, send an email to Stefan Reinauer

Latest revision as of 20:55, 1 March 2009

Development contributions

  • Stefan Reinauer (project coordination, main development)
  • Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
  • Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
  • BlueSwirl (Sparc/Sparc64 port)
  • Greg Watson (briq port)
  • David Paktor (improving Toke)
  • Chen-Chau Chu (ppc fixes)
  • Tim Barrett (detok patches)
  • Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
  • Laurent Vivier (ppc/qemu port)

Patches and other contributions from

  • Stefan Assmann
  • Paul Brook
  • Mark Cave-Ayland
  • Justin Chevrier
  • Peter Creath
  • Alexander Graf
  • Mike Hommey
  • Aurelien Jarno
  • Igor Kovalenko

Hardware/Funding

  • Michael Gibson (EsEsIx) for donating a CS5530 based thin client for /dev/bios development.
  • LinuxFund.org chose OpenBIOS to be awarded in the spring 2002 grant cycle with US$1000. Thanks a lot for supporting our work!
  • Newisys funded the OpenBIOS project with a very nice piece of hardware, an Opteron based 1U 2CPU Newisys 2100. This machine is nowadays running www.openfirmware.info and www.coreboot.org.
  • Daniele Frijia for donating a Motorola PPC-machine

If you or somebody else is missing on this list, send an email to Stefan Reinauer