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Re: disk image (Want to run QEMU Advent Calendar 2020?)

From: Ronald Delobel
Subject: Re: disk image (Want to run QEMU Advent Calendar 2020?)
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2020 19:05:04 +0100

Le lun. 16 nov. 2020 à 18:07, <qemu-discuss-request@nongnu.org> a écrit :

This message reminded me to share this, sunxi h3 image.



Runs on qemu-system-arm and real hardware (linksprite version of the nanopi M1)

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stefan Hajnoczi <stefanha@gmail.com>
To: qemu-devel <qemu-devel@nongnu.org>, qemu_mail <qemu-discuss@nongnu.org>
Cc: Kashyap Chamarthy <kashyapc@fedoraproject.org>, Thomas Huth <huth@tuxfamily.org>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2020 12:00:41 +0000
Subject: Want to run QEMU Advent Calendar 2020?
It's time for a QEMU Advent Calendar again where the QEMU community
shares a disk image every day from December 1st to 24th. The advent
calendar is a fun project we do to showcase cool disk images and QEMU.
You can view previous years here:

This year we are looking for a new organizer to run the advent
calendar. Please get in touch if you want to help make this QEMU
tradition happen!

You can also reply off-list with ideas for disk images that you'd like
to contribute, but we need to find someone to run the advent calendar

You might be wondering what the role involves? Don't worry, you don't
need to create 24 disk images yourself. People will contribute them
but a person needs to organize the whole effort:
1. Reaching out to QEMU and related communities for disk images. (We
can help with this!)
2. Deciding the schedule for images with the contributors who will contact you.
3. Reviewing disk image contributions, trying them out, and checking
they meet the software license requirements.
4. Announcing QEMU Advent Calendar at the end of November. (We can
help with this!)
5. Posting accepted disk images to the qemu-advent-calendar.org website.

Details of the disk image requirements are below if you want an idea
of the format of disk images that people contribute.

Have time? Want to get involved in the QEMU community? Please reply
and help make QEMU Advent Calendar 2020 happen!

Disk image requirements:
 * We need 24 disk images (for the first 24 days of December)
 * Content must be freely redistributable (i.e. no proprietary
   license that prevents distribution). For GPL based software,
   you need to provide the source code, too.
 * Provide a name and a short description of the disk image
   (e.g. with hints on what to try)
 * Provide a ./run shell script that prints out the name and
   description/hints and launches QEMU
 * Provide a screenshot/image/logo for the website
   (preferred resolution of the image is 320x240)
 * Size should be ideally under 100 MB per disk image
   (but if some few images are bigger, that should be OK, too)

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