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civilinfrastructureplatform:start [2020/04/28 07:21]
MasashiKudo [Kernel maintainership]
civilinfrastructureplatform:start [2021/05/29 08:08]
MasashiKudo [Participate in CIP]
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 CIP is an open, collaborative project where you are welcome to contribute. Please join us: CIP is an open, collaborative project where you are welcome to contribute. Please join us:
    * Sign up to our public mailing list, [[https://​lists.cip-project.org/​g/​cip-dev|cip-dev]] where the technical discussions take place.    * Sign up to our public mailing list, [[https://​lists.cip-project.org/​g/​cip-dev|cip-dev]] where the technical discussions take place.
-   * Join our IRC channel in irc.freenode.org #cip +   * Join our IRC channel in irc.libera.chat #cip 
    * Join any of our projects:    * Join any of our projects:
       * In general [[https://​gitlab.com/​cip-project|we use Gitlab]] (and have a policy for [[GitlabOwnersPolicy|Owners]]) but depending on the project, we try to stay as close to upstream as possible and using the tools maintainers use is part of that strategy so in every case we might use different tools.       * In general [[https://​gitlab.com/​cip-project|we use Gitlab]] (and have a policy for [[GitlabOwnersPolicy|Owners]]) but depending on the project, we try to stay as close to upstream as possible and using the tools maintainers use is part of that strategy so in every case we might use different tools.
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 The current released CIP kernels are as follows. The current released CIP kernels are as follows.
-^  Version ​ ^  Maintainer(s) ​ ^  First Release ​ ^  Projected EOL  ^   +^  Version ​       ^  Maintainer(s) ​                    ​^  First Release ​ ^  Projected EOL  ^ 
- 4.19  |  Nobuhiro Iwamatsu & Pavel Machek ​ |  2019-01-11 ​ |  2029-01 ​ +SLTS v4.19     ​|  Nobuhiro Iwamatsu & Pavel Machek ​ |  2019-01-11 ​    ​|  2029-01 ​       
- 4.19-rt |  Pavel Machek ​ |  2019-01-11 ​ |  2029-01 ​ +SLTS v4.19-rt ​ |  Pavel Machek ​                     |  2019-01-11 ​    ​|  2029-01 ​       
- 4.4  |  Nobuhiro Iwamatsu & Pavel Machek ​ |  2017-01-17 ​ |  2027-01 ​ +SLTS v4.4      |  Nobuhiro Iwamatsu & Pavel Machek ​ |  2017-01-17 ​    ​|  2027-01 ​       
- 4.4-rt  |  Pavel Machek ​ |  2017-11-16 ​ |  2027-01 ​ |+SLTS v4.4-rt   ​|  Pavel Machek ​                     |  2017-11-16 ​    ​|  2027-01 ​       | 
  
 ==== Testing ==== ==== Testing ====
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 ==== CIP Core project ==== ==== CIP Core project ====
  
-The CIP Core project aims to create reference ​minimal file system ​images ​that allow testing ​the CIP Core packages: ​a set of industrial-grade components that require ​super long-term maintenance. For more information,​​ go to the [[cip-core|CIP Core wiki page]], follow the [[cip-core-quickstart|quickstart]] or check out the [[https://​gitlab.com/​cip-project/​cip-core/​|source code]].+The CIP Core project aims to create reference ​minimal file system ​images ​that allow testing ​the CIP Core packages: ​a set of industrial-grade components that require ​super long-term maintenance. For more information,​​ go to the [[cip-core|CIP Core wiki page]] or check out the [[https://​gitlab.com/​cip-project/​cip-core/​|source code]].
  
 ==== CIP Software Updates ==== ==== CIP Software Updates ====
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 About the IEC 62443-4 series, go to the [[cip-cybersecurity|past investigation on IEC62443-4 page]]. About the IEC 62443-4 series, go to the [[cip-cybersecurity|past investigation on IEC62443-4 page]].
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 +For detailed information about CIP IEC-62443-4-x certification information go to the [[cip-IEC-62443-4-x|CIP IEC-62443-4-x certification page]].
  
 ==== Reference Hardware ==== ==== Reference Hardware ====
civilinfrastructureplatform/start.txt · Last modified: 2021/05/29 08:08 by MasashiKudo