[libre-riscv-dev] sorry state of ieee754fpu repo -- CI desperately needed

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Fri Apr 3 11:52:10 BST 2020

Alright, it would finally be a chance for me to get a foot in the door
since gitlabs CI is something I know about and fixing tests will lead to
me getting an idea what the code is about.

On 2020-04-03 12:48, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 11:30 AM Frieder Paape <frieder at paape.io> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> would setting up CI
> it should be (because retrospectively we should have thought aboit it)
> however it was not planned, so no, unless we write a proposal to cover
> it.  this will involve specifically mentioning the fact that it is
> documenting the ongoing success of the project, or something.
>> and fixing the tests be eligible for receiving NLnet
>> funding?
> yes this one would be... except the only thing is we are almost out of
> budget for the 2019-02-012 milestone covering the IEEE754 FPU.
> and we cannot just take other budgets.
> however what we can probably do is if other related tasks are
> completed, perhaps those pay a tiny bit more generously (or, because
> they were based on EUR living conditions, that may not be necessary)
> regardless, we have to be extremely careful about that.
> if we absolutely have to there does exist a cumulated budget from
> Purism sponsorship.  it is not huge.
> l.
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