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Re: [Xen-devel] Looking for Semester long Project

Hi Julian

For the KDD related project I have CC'ed Paul.

I have gathered some ideas for cleaning up hypervisor code but they are
of lower difficulty compared to other projects. They are definitively
not as fun as the others. ;-)


On Mon, Sep 09, 2019 at 08:58:51AM +0100, Julien Grall wrote:
> +Andrew, Lars, Stefano and Wei
> On 9/5/19 11:23 PM, Julian Tuminaro wrote:
> > Hi,
> Hello,
> Thank you for you interest on Xen. I have CCed few more person that should
> be able to answer your questions below.
> > 
> > We (a group of 2 students) are interested in doing a hypervisor related
> > project for the next 10-12 weeks as part of one of our courses this
> > semester. We have taken a look at this year's GSoC project list
> > (https://wiki.xenproject.org/wiki/Outreach_Program_Projects). We were
> > interested in learning more about the "KDD (Windows Debugger Stub)
> > enhancements" project and Xen on ARM based projects. Yet, on irc we were
> > told that this list is outdated. If there are any other project
> > suggestions or list, we would be interesting in learning more about
> > them.
> The list of projects for Xen on Arm is mostly update-to-date. The only
> project where some progress has been made so far is "Xen on ARM: dynamic
> virtual memory layout".
> I would be happy to go in more details for any those projects if you are
> interested.
> > 
> > Andrew Cooper suggested on irc the following project: Context Switching
> > with CR0.TS in HVM Guest. We would like to possible know more about this
> > project in terms of difficulty, potential estimate on time required.
> > Andrew also mentioned a slighter bigger xen/linux project and we would
> > like to know more detail about this one as well.
> Cheers,
> -- 
> Julien Grall

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