This changelog covers 2 weeks up to November 1st, during which coreboot-4.2 was released. In that timeframe, the repository saw 214 commits spanning d98471c..f6dc544. Before we get to the stuff that the tech media gets excited about, the first thing to report about is a bunch of efforts to improve
TL;DR: Book your flights/hotel now and submit talks! More info at http://coreboot.org/Coreboot_conference_Bonn_2015 Dear vendors, developers, users and interested parties, on behalf of the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) Germany I would like to invite you to the coreboot conference and
Halloween 2015 release - just as scary as that sounds Dear coreboot community, today marks the release of coreboot 4.2, the second release on our time based release schedule. Since 4.1 there were 936 commits by 90 authors, increasing the code base by approximately 17000 lines of code. We saw 35 new
http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Libreboot-ASUS-KGPE-D16 One of the frequent complaints about Coreboot/Libreboot when ported to new hardware (sans Chromebooks) is that it's often for rather old laptops or motherboards that are a number of years old and generally not even being still manufactured. To much pleasure, there's now a (AMD) server motherboard that's still in production and will work with Libreboot for initializing the system without requiring any proprietary blobs.
this report covers commits 1cbef1c to 410f9ad The vast majority of changes in these two weeks were upstreamed from Chrome OS and cover work on the Intel Skylake chipset and two mainboards based on it. QEmu and Getac P470 saw a couple of improvements. On AMD, there were some bugfixes to Fam10h