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Japan Fuego Hackathon 2017

This page has information about Japan Fuego Hackathon 2017.

The hackathon will be held on December 2, 2017

Resource pages [edit section]

Location [edit section]

The SAP Creative Lounge, located on first floor of Sony headquarters.

1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0075, Japan

Please refer to the following for directions to Sony head office. It is about five minutes from the south exit of Shinagawa Station.

** Be cautious that on Saturday the front doors are closed, and you need to enter the door of the rear side of the building.

The Creative Lounge [edit section]

Facebook page of the Creative Lounge: [edit section]

Google calendar of the Creative Lounge: [edit section]

Equipment and setup [edit section]

  • tables: 8
  • chairs: 30
  • projector:
  • screen:
  • microphone:
  • white board:

Still needed: power for laptops?

Lunch information [edit section]

There are restaurants in Shinagawa Season Terrace, where is available on Saturday. Opposite side of the road in front of Sony.

Agenda [edit section]

  • 10:00 - 10:30 - preparation
  • 10:30 - 11:30 - intro, discussion, BOF
  • 11:30 - 12:00 - hacking prep.
  • 12:00 - 13:00 - lunch
  • 13:00 - 16:30 - hacking
  • 16:30 - 17:00 - clean up

Attendees [edit section]

  • Tim Bird - Sony
  • Hiro Fukuchi - Sony
  • Daniel Sangorrin - Toshiba
  • Frank Rowand - Sony
  • Kotaro Hashimoto - Mitsubishi Electric
  • Keika Kobayashi - NEC Communication Systems
  • Kyohei Oki - Denso-Ten
  • Nobuyuki Tanaka - Sony
  • Shunsuke Yoshida - Cybertrust
  • Marek Vasut
  • Magnus Damm
  • (please add your name here)

Setup [edit section]

  • Get network access working
  • Get everyone wiki accounts
  • set up hardware (DUTs)
  • set up software (Fuego, or ssh accounts to Fuego server)
    • access to fuego repository to create patches?

Our projects for the hackfest [edit section]

  • write a test for a real use case:
    • See New test ideas
    • year 2038 test
      • needs definition of what to test
    • xfstests
    • stressng
      • add specs for sub-tests and stress profiles of interest
    • openvas

  • feature improvements
    • ability to define and check-in some board-specific criteria.json files
    • add dependency checking to an existing test
      • add NEED_xxx to a test, to prevent it from running in inappropriate configurations

  • convert wiki documents to reStructuredText

  • scan the source for style violations, and fix them
    • (ie. check .sh files for tabs, and convert to 4 spaces. Also, make other indentation 4 spaces)
    • BONUS: write a test to check for indentation violations

  • work on mmc test

  • review ftc usage "ftc <command> help" for usability

Hackathon resources [edit section]

Here are some good online resources for conducting a hackathon:

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