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Welcome to the RISC-V Technical wiki landing page.  All good technical things for RISC-V can be found here.  If something is missing, please reach out to help@riscv.org for more help.

Getting Started

Just starting to learn about RISC-V?  Try our Getting Started document for an overview of how to work with us.  For a technical introduction, see our Getting Started Guide for an overview of running operating systems on RISC-V.

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Architecture ReviewoversightAdminMust be completed prior to Freeze. Also including opcodes and new/changed architectural State approval (e.g., CSRs, data registers). 

gfavor@ventanamicro.comjeff@riscv.org (wiki)

Asciidoctor APIsdocumentationWebsiteAPIs for automating aspects of the doc build.elisa@riscv.org
Asciidoc Writers' GuidedocumentationWebsiteIntroduction to Asciidocelisa@riscv.org
Benchmark LinkslinksLinksLinks to existing benchmark organizationscto@riscv.org

Calendar

ICS File

Google Subscribe Link

calendarAdminSee below for instructions on how to subscribe.help@riscv.org
Code of ConductetiquetteDocumentRISC-V Code of Conduct - please read thisstephano@riscv.org
Content RequestsrequestsLinkSend email to RISC-V Content team for web content, collaborative PR, blog posts, etcstephano@riscv.org
Ecosystem Software LinksURLsDocumentdocs, repos, videos, etc.stephano@riscv.org
Email groups - memberssubscribePortalMember portal - working groups email server, hosted via Groups.iostephano@riscv.org
Email groups - publicsubscribePortalPublic mailing lists (hosted on google groups) including ISA-DEV and SW-DEV, and other forumsstephano@riscv.org
Extension Development LifecycleextensionsDocumentDiagram of the lifecycle of milestones when developing a new extensionstephano@riscv.org

Getting started

introDocumentHow to work with the RISC-V technical organizationcto@riscv.org
Getting Started: Operating SystemsintoEducationA technical overview of how to run standard operating systems - Zephyr and Linux - on popular RISC-V platforms.stephano@riscv.org
GitHub InfodocumenationLinkA detailed page of our GitHub organizations and which repos live in which orgs.stephano@riscv.org
GlossarydocumentationDocumentGlossary of termsstephano@riscv.org
Helpemailemailemail address to get helphelp@riscv.org
Information directoryrepoFolderhas prior art, glossary, links, content, etc.stephano@riscv.org
ISV listISVsResourcesList of ISVs within the RISC-V ecosystemstephano@riscv.org
Jirabug reportingAdminIssue tracking for RISC-V International issues - use Github Issues for extension-specific bugs. stephano@riscv.org
Misc InfomiscwikiSome misc info for historical reference

stephano@riscv.org

On-Deck Specification DashboardstableLinksAll current ISA and Non-ISA specs prepping for their Freeze or "Ready for Ratification" milestone.stephano@riscv.org
Other organizationslinksLinksother organizations that do work related to RISC-V or ecosystem technology that enables RISC-V members to develop and deploy productsstephano@riscv.org
PoliciespoliciesFolderFolder containing all working policies - approved, in process, and tbdstephano@riscv.org
Preferred LicenseslegalLinks

Apache or BSD 2 Clause for code, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 for Text

stephano@riscv.org
Prior Art LinkslegalLinksLinks to prior artcto@riscv.org
Shared DriverepoFolderShared storage for the entire technical communitystephano@riscv.org
Slack space messagingAdminLive messaging for the community - if you are new, add yourself with this linkstephano@riscv.org
Software Ecosystem StatusstatusAdminstatus of components

christoph.muellner@vrull.eu

SpecificationsextensionsLinksOfficial links to approved specificationsstephano@riscv.org
Specification statusstatusDocumentAll working specs and their status including development partners and profilesstephano@riscv.org
Tech Chairs FolderstatusFolderFolder with minutes and status decks for TSC and tech-chairsstephano@riscv.org
Technical Organizational ChartsorganizationAdminslides with graphs and prose and information flowcto@riscv.org
Technical Working GroupscontactsDocumentList of all working groups, chairs/co-chairs, and statusstephano@riscv.org
Unpriv Asciidoc Conversion ReviewstatuslinkCurrent status and details of the review process for the unprivileged specification conversion to Asciidoc.elisa@riscv.org
Vote Statusstatuswikielection, policy, charter, waiver vote statusjeff@riscv.org
Zoom Linksvideo conferencingAdminLinks to zoom meetings (scroll to the right)stephano@riscv.org

Subscribing to the Calendar

If you already use Google Calendar at your company, click here to add this calendar to your own.

The ICS file is also available for those not using Google Calendar. This should work with Outlook and other modern calendar apps.

You can view the RISC-V Technical Meetings calendar in your web browser as well. Any questions or comments, please email help@riscv.org.

Tech Chairs: Adding a Meeting

  1. Create a meeting on your work calendar.
  2. Invite tech.meetings@riscv.org
  3. Check that the meeting shows up on the RISC-V Technical Meetings calendar.
  4. Any questions or comments please send them to help@riscv.org.

Tech Chairs: Using Zoom

ALL meetings should have someone with host privileges in control, and should be set to 

  • use a password (prevents random zoom bombings)
  • enable people to join before the host (otherwise you won't be able to!)
  • do not record the meeting - keep minutes instead 

When you use a RISC-V zoom account, the account will be zoom+xyz@riscv where xyz is one of the licenses we have allocated. You do NOT need to log in as this user.

Instead, join the meeting, then click the Participants in the main menu to bring up the Participants Panel

In the lower right you should see either the "Claim Host" button or the [...] area to get more options. "Choose Claim Host".

Enter the host code to become the host so you can moderate the meeting.  Check your email from October 20, 2020 for the host code or request if from the Technical Program Managers at help@riscv.org.

If successful, your main menu should now look like this:

Once you have become host, you can now do such activities as recording the meeting, using breakout rooms, and other features.

To record meetings, simply press the "Record" button in the main menu and wait for the message that the meeting is recording. You may record on your computer or use the cloud.

Once recording as started, the main menu will now look like this:

When done recording, select "Pause/Stop Recording" or exit the meeting.  If you elected to record you meeting on your computer, you'll be prompted for where to place the processed recording when you stop recording or leave the meeting.  If you selected to have the meeting recorded to the cloud, it will be mailed to the owning email id for the session.

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