Brian Richardson of Intel has a new blog post, after the Open Source Firmware Conference, on open source firmware issues:
The schedule for the Open Source Firmware Conference, happening next month, is now available:
Vincent has a new blog post out, with lots of photos of legacy (pre-UEFI) hardware, and various news items, such as:
[…]Following on the spirit of openness, I was honored to be invited to keynote the upcoming open source firmware summit https://osfc.io/. The landing page for my talk will be https://osfc.io/talks/keynote. This should follow the arc on reducing friction and providing transparency for host firmware development.[…]
Mission: Change the way of firmware development, collaborate with others and share knowledge. Closed source firmware development has been the de-facto standard for the electronics industry since its inception. This didn’t change even as open-source took off in other areas. Now, with changing use cases and tighter security requirements, it’s more important than ever to take open-source firmware development to the next level.