Attendees: Eric Schultz, Shailesh Suman, John McQueen, Art Swift, Hauke Mehrtens, Paul Blay
Happy New Year!
Funding OpenWrt Projects
- Felix views his work on SCAL as near done and posted to the TR-069 Basecamp group (If you need access, please let me know). If you have feedback on missing features, bugs, etc, please mention it on the Basecamp group (https://basecamp.com/2935588/projects/12514211/messages/65310812) or leave an issue (https://github.com/prplfoundation/scal)
- No update from Sartura on the ADB work since before holiday break
- A few proposals for additional project funding will be presented for funding at the prpl Board meeting next week
- Please submit your proposal ideas using the process at: https://prpl.works/2016/09/26/openwrt-funding-round-two/
- Paul Blay says Imagination is adding some tests for their own work at Imagination but nothing that makes sense to release
- Not a lot going on FCC front with the holidays and transition
- Report that Chief Engineer of the FCC will be leaving, he spoke positively about a multi-stakeholder forum to look at the topic of software configurable radios
- Hauke mentions that Germany and EU are looking at similar regulations and there will be a multi-stakeholder forum there to look at topic there. Some companies are asking for a delay on the regulations.
- Eric will send out list of potential subcommittees to OpenWrt Summit Committee to separate responsibilities going forward
- Please provide your availability for a CIG meeting at the end of January/early February (http://doodle.com/poll/kmw5mw5f8k92h6x2)
- Agenda isn’t set but we’ll certainly get feedback on Broadcom side as it relates to the common APIs.
- Wouter is working on formal proposals for the common APIs for the WiFi, Push Button/GPIO/LED
Latest Status of OpenWrt/LEDE remerge discussions
- Last meeting on December 19: http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/lede-dev/2016-December/004786.html
- LEDE will be doing a first release this month, code freeze in a few days
News and Notes
- Art mentioned that Norton is selling a new “secure router” (http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/symantec-norton-core-router-ces-2017). All unsure if it’s using OpenWrt but we’re curious to know!