today I posted first enablement patches for Cavium Thunder.
See here for the thread:
The patches are publicly hosted on kernel.org
We will add more patches for Thunder soon.
Please take a look at the patches and consider them for integration
into the arm64 Fedora kernel. Let me know if you have questions or how
I could help adding Thunder support to Fedora.
Looking at the DT it adds support for CPUs, some memory and serial
ports, it doesn't appear to inherit a .dtsi for other functionality. I
don't see whether it's dependent on other patch series and it looks
like there's some feedback.
In the short term I'm not sure in their current state they provide
much of use in a Fedora kernel without other patch series.
I will also be at Flock in Prague next week. Maybe we can meet there
and start a discussion on this.
Excellent, I'll be there too so we should definitely meet up. In the
interim also feel free to send a general introduction of yourself to
the arm@ mailing list :-)