Watch this site to grow over time (and contribute to it, if you can help):
Apple, Lenovo, GIGABYTE: note that there’s some stuff about your products in the initial database.
Steve McIntyre of the Debian project is working with other open source OS developers to maintain a list of broken UEFI implementations, to help OS vendors:
“I’ve been talking to a number of other UEFI developers lately, and we’ve agreed to start a cross-distro resource to help here – a list of known-broken UEFI implementations so that we can share our experiences. The place for this in in the OSDev wiki at http://wiki.osdev.org/Broken_UEFI_implementations. We’re going to be adding new information here as we find it. If you’ve got a particular UEFI horror story on your own broken system, then please either add details there or let me know and I’ll try to do it for you.”
See Steve’s blog post for more information: