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Development contributions
Development contributions
Development contributions


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* Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
* Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
* Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
* Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
* BlueSwirl (Sparc/Sparc64 port)
* Greg Watson (briq port)
* Greg Watson (briq port)
* [mailto:David@paktor.biz David Paktor] (improving Toke)
* [mailto:David@paktor.biz David Paktor] (improving Toke)
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* Tim Barrett (detok patches)
* Tim Barrett (detok patches)
* Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
* Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
* Laurent Vivier (ppc/qemu port)
Patches and other contributions from
* Stefan Assmann
* Paul Brook
* Mark Cave-Ayland
* Justin Chevrier
* Peter Creath
* Alexander Graf
* Mike Hommey
* Aurelien Jarno
* Igor Kovalenko


Hardware/Funding
Hardware/Funding

Latest revision as of 20:55, 1 March 2009

Development contributions

  • Stefan Reinauer (project coordination, main development)
  • Patrick Mauritz (initial kernel work)
  • Samuel Rydh (forth interfaces, MOL port, ...)
  • BlueSwirl (Sparc/Sparc64 port)
  • Greg Watson (briq port)
  • David Paktor (improving Toke)
  • Chen-Chau Chu (ppc fixes)
  • Tim Barrett (detok patches)
  • Krishna Myneni (permission to include kForth examples with toke)
  • Laurent Vivier (ppc/qemu port)

Patches and other contributions from

  • Stefan Assmann
  • Paul Brook
  • Mark Cave-Ayland
  • Justin Chevrier
  • Peter Creath
  • Alexander Graf
  • Mike Hommey
  • Aurelien Jarno
  • Igor Kovalenko

Hardware/Funding

  • Michael Gibson (EsEsIx) for donating a CS5530 based thin client for /dev/bios development.
  • LinuxFund.org chose OpenBIOS to be awarded in the spring 2002 grant cycle with US$1000. Thanks a lot for supporting our work!
  • Newisys funded the OpenBIOS project with a very nice piece of hardware, an Opteron based 1U 2CPU Newisys 2100. This machine is nowadays running www.openfirmware.info and www.coreboot.org.
  • Daniele Frijia for donating a Motorola PPC-machine

If you or somebody else is missing on this list, send an email to Stefan Reinauer