GNU Radio Coprocessor Working Group

During the monthly developer’s call today it was decided that working
groups should communicate through the general GNU Radio mailing list.
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you
want is [email protected]

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that
participated in the GNU Radio conference coprocessor working group
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Since this is the first coprocessor working group post to the mailing
list
I would like to call attention to the working group wiki and thank Tom
Rondeau and Michael D. for their contributions to date:
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki/GRCon13Coprocessor.

What we need now is action on the “initial goals” as described on the
wiki
page. Action can be any one of the following:

  • Offering further definition of the near-term challenges, long term
    goals, and needs for specific coprocessors by sending ideas to the
    mailing
    list or editing the working group wiki, or
  • Contributing changes to GNU Radio that support the initial goals.

At the hackfest I believe there was discussion of creating a branch for
some of the needed scheduler and buffer changes. I’ve CC’d Johnathan
who
can hopefully comment on this.

Justin

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