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  1. Conclusions Ali Saidi

  2. Thank You! • Great attendance today • 53+ people • Community is requirement to sustain gem5 • No one company or person can do it • Impressive breadth of work • Different ways of doing things • Success stories but also what we could do better

  3. After You Leave… • Please continue these discussions • Throughout the conference • On the mailing list • Progress them further • Lots of great talks that have changes not in gem5 • Please commit them • You might get back more than you put in

  4. Discussion Topics

  5. Discussion Topics • Review Process / Encouraging Participation – Back Left • Verification/Validation – Front Left • Ease of use/Documentation – Back Right • Clean-up -- Forward Right

  6. Review Process / Encouraging Participation • How do we encourage more participation? • More people are using and changing gem5 than are committing • What can tooling help with? • Review cost/benefit trade-off? • Governance • Jason Power

  7. Clean-up • Functional Model should be faster? • Are we carrying too much cruft? • APIs kind of broken • Multiple functions doing same thing • Alex Dutu

  8. Verification/Validation • A new regression system? • How to enable better and easier testing? • Publically available binaries • Fewer of the same tests • Integration with other tools • Andreas Hansson

  9. Ease of use/Documentation • Making config system easier to use • Split assembly, configuration and orchestration? • Auto-generating OS tables (e.g. DTB) • Running elaborate workloads • Kassan