OEDVM 2022 05

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Location and Time

Held after the Yocto Project Summit , The OE Developers Meeting is scheduled for Friday, 20 May 2022 between 12:00 and 20:00 UTC. Exact times for each individual topic are found below in the schedule.

The meeting is held on Zoom https://zoom.us/j/99151508871 (Meeting ID: 991 5150 8871). We thank Automotive Grade Linux for providing!


As always, we will collect topics on the wiki at https://wiki.openembedded.org/OEDVM_2022_05.

For the actual developer meeting, there will be pre-assigned timeslots for each topic. The moderator(s) will open with a short introduction/presentation to introduce the topic.

Topic Ideas

These are topics that were suggested for previous OE developer meetings and have not been covered yet. They should be seen as starting ideas on things that can be discussed.

Actual schedule

Topic Moderator(s) Time in UTC (Start is 1200 UTC/0800 EDT) Notes
Introduction OE Board 1200
Future of eSDK (inc. bblock/bbunlock commands) Richard Purdie 1215 https://lists.openembedded.org/g/openembedded-architecture/topic/thoughts_on_the_esdk/90990557
Copyright in OE-Core files Richard Purdie 1300 https://lists.openembedded.org/g/openembedded-architecture/topic/oe_core_copyright_notices/91159593
layer.conf changes Richard Purdie 1330
Kernel config RFC Trevor Woerner 1400
Layer Setup Configuration Joshua Watt 1430
Bitbake & OE "Core improvements" Joshua Watt 1500
Multiple SBOM formats, both in and out Peter Kjellerstedt 1530
Layerindex: quality, tooling, enhancements Jan-Simon Möller, Tim Orling 1550
Airing of Grievances OpenEmbedded Board 1610 (After all other topics covered)

List of grievances

* How do we increase people working on underlying system?

Unassigned ideas for next time

Topic Moderator(s) Estimate of time Notes
Data store operation changes  ?  ?
Syntax removal  ?  ?
Data store internal rewrite  ?  ?
f-string in Python code (and more modern python in general) Ross Burton, Tim Orling  ?
Merging optional functionality to make it mandatory  ?  ?
Dropping core features  ?  ?
Security (PSiRT)  ?  ?
QA Automation  ?  ?
Code submission process  ?  ?
Software updates Bruce Ashfield  ?
AI/ML  ?  ?

Here are some new topic ideas:

Topic Moderator(s) Estimate of time



Meet up @ ELC?