Welcome to OpenBIOS
The easiest way to get in contact with the OpenBIOS team is to subscribe the OpenBIOS mailinglist. If you want to contribute to OpenBIOS development, you should subscribe to the mailinglist as well. See further information on the Mailinglist page.
Our Project Statement contains some words about the intention of OpenBIOS and how we want to realize those goals. This is a rough draft of the dos and don'ts in the project and worthwhile reading if you consider contributing to the project.
Who are the people behind OpenBIOS? Who helped and contributed to make OpenBIOS as successful as it is today. See the growing Credits page for a (yet incomplete) list of people contributing to OpenBIOS with hardware, patches, code, hints, etc.
FCODE suite 1.0.2 released (2006-10-30)
LinuxBIOS Symposium 2006 (2006-10-01)
FCODE suite 1.0.1 available (2006-09-21)
David Paktor, when he was with the IBM Corporation, contributed to the OpenBIOS FCODE suite. This release has higher test coverage, a more detailed report on one type of error, and removal of dead code and consolidation of some other code.
SUN released OpenBOOT source code (2006-09-06)
SUN microsystems has recently released their OpenBOOT source code to the community under a BSD license. Go to their OpenSparc T1 website] to download the full archive (190MB) or check out our local mirror (1.7MB).