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Re: [Xen-devel] Enhancing Xen's Kconfig infrastructure to support tailored solutions

> On 15 Feb 2019, at 09:35, George Dunlap <George.Dunlap@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> As use case goes, it would be a good start if you just submit something
>>> you care about.
>> I mentioned on the call that a good first start could be a kconfig that
>> allows to build an hypervisor binary with only support for PVH and only
>> support for recent Intel machines, with the goal of minimizing the code
>> base to less than 100K LOC.
> I think one thing that might be helpful is a sort of “feature document” for 
> each defconfig we’re looking at creating.  This would include:
> * What the “target use case” for each defconfig would be
> * The end goal in terms of functionality / LoC / whatever
> * The current state, work items yet to do
> * What potential variations there are (i.e., how to enable shadow if you 
> want, or switch from Intel-only to AMD-only)
> I’ve sort of been using docs/design/qemu-deprivilege.md in this way: Saying 
> where we want to go, and moving things from “to do” to “done” as they get 
> implemented.  That would make it easier to have in-progress things in the 
> tree, make it easier for people to collaborate / enhance defconfigs, and also 
> be a starting point for talking about testing and support status.

I think this is a great idea

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