|When:||Saturday, July 31st @ 9:00pm UTC|
|Where:||#wing-linux and #linwizard on freenode|
|What:||The first ever Linwizard / Wing Linux Kernel Sprint (click for details)|
We're joining forces with the Linwizard project for a day of hacking, testing, and Making Stuff Work™. The Linwizard project (specifically ali1234 and miknix, thanks!) have worked hard in the last few weeks to organize this event, and we're hoping for a good turnout.
Here's what's going to happen -- we're taking the current mainline Linux tree and we're porting all the board support drivers we have for all devices in Wing Linux over to it. What this means in particular is that we will be closer to no longer needing to support our own kernel tree. This'll mean easier development effort, and faster releases (I'm talking about 0.5 here!), not to mention a much better chance at supporting new Android releases (2.x and beyond).
We want testers.
We want developers.
We want anyone interested in the project.
If this is you, join us on IRC this Saturday for a day of hacking, testing, and (hopefully) fun! Everyone is welcome -- no experience necessary! So break out your old device and let's see if we can breath new life into it!
EDIT: For those of you who aren't familiar with IRC, you can join us easily by going here. Just fill in a username and click "connect"!