[riot-devel] GSOC 2015 Project N2: Implementation of LwM2M

Hauke Petersen hauke.petersen at fu-berlin.de
Mon Mar 16 18:39:47 CET 2015

Hi Vaneet,

welcome to RIOT!

To get familiar with RIOT, I would recommend to prepare one or two small 
pull requests and try to get them merged. Have a look at the 
contributing and development guidelines in our wiki [1][2]. The easiest 
to get started is to look at the list of issues labeled with 
'Newbie-Task-Candidate' and pick one from the list [3]. Also looking 
around in the code base for missing and/or broken doxygen documentation 
is a good starter.

Once you have an idea what you get yourself into, you might want to 
sketch out a project plan and discuss it with people here on the mailing 
list as a foundation for your application. Especially for the LWM2M 
topic have also a look at the minutes from our last developer meeting 
[4] for more details.

Let us know where we can help!


[1] https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/wiki/Development-procedures
[2] https://github.com/RIOT-OS/RIOT/wiki/Contributing-to-RIOT
[4] http://riot.pad.spline.de/8

On 10.03.2015 09:54, Vaneet yadav wrote:
> hi all,
>    I am Vaneet Singh Yadav undergraduate student of IIT Guwahati. I am 
> interested in LwM2M project i have a prior experience of network 
> programming, I implemented Kernel-bypass networking  during my 
> internship . This means moving control of Ethernet hardware directly 
> into userspace processes to avoid the overhead of communicating with 
> the operating system kernel. This gives userspace all of the raw 
> performance traditionally enjoyed by the kernel – and all of the 
> responsibility too. This is important for certain specialized 
> applications that can gain as much as 20x more performance.
> it would be very helpful to me , if someone can tell me how to start 
> or provide me some resources .
> Thank you
> Vaneet Singh Yadav
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