Re: Applying for CIP work

Agustin Benito Bethencourt <agustin.benito@...>

Hi Tiejun Chen,

On 17/11/17 08:05, Tiejun Chen wrote:

I'm very interest in participating in CIP.

Name: Tiejun Chen
Company: VMware
Position/Role: Staff Engineer/Technical Leader
Why you are interested on: I'm working on some industrial IoT projects and explorations at VMware. It involves Linux development like trimming down/Paravirtualizing Preempt-RT Linux as Guest OS. And I'm also working on my personal Unikernel project, UniLinux, Unilernelize Linux. And, I ever was responsible of Wind River Linux Kernel/BSP development including Preempt-RT kernel. After that I also working on enabling HW feature to KVM/Xen/Qemu at Intel OTC. So I'd like to continue this kind of job. Especially, I totally agree that we need this industrial grade Linux.
nice to meet you. Thanks for your kind offering.

Please check the following links in case you see something you might be interested on or call your attention:
* CIP kernel maintenance:

Maybe you can start by checking the kernel. Feel free to ask questions through this list. Ben Hutchings and Daniel Wagner are the maintainers. is the

* CIP Testing project:

Maybe you can check the latest version and downloading B@D v1.0 if you are interested in kernel testing.

* CIP Core:

We released a few days ago a first attempt of what should become CIP base system. Feel free to check it out and let us know what you think about it.

Maybe you already have something else in mind where you can contribute to. In such case, please let us know. It would be great to find an area of interest for you that makes an impact in the project. This is frequently the hardest part about joining a project. Let's try to find it together.

By the way, is your unikernel project open? It would be interesting if you can provide us some links. It sounds interesting.

Best Regards

Agustin Benito Bethencourt
Principal Consultant - FOSS at Codethink

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