Welcome to the Wiki for the MAchine Guided Energy Efficient Compilation Project (MAGEEC).
This wiki uses the category system to group pages. The tabs above will take you to the main categories.
You can register for the wiki here. Please use the wiki category system with any new pages, since that makes the index more useful.
Standard Wikipedia formatting conventions apply here. Only the first letter of page names and section headings should be capitalized. Pages should only use heading level 2 and below.
- The main mageec mailing list is email@example.com. Anyone can join, and this is where most work is discussed.
- The research team at Embecosm and Bristol University have an internal mailing list. Nothing especially secret here—just for issues it would be inappropriate to share with the entire community.
- 19 Jun 2014: GNU Tools Cauldron 2014
- FOSDEM 2014 Energy-efficient Computing Developer Room
- Energy Efficiency Workshop. Hands on event in Bristol organized in collaboration with the Technology Strategy Board Energy Efficient Computing Special Interest Group.
- Jeremy Bennett spoke at the Energy Efficient Computing SIG Annual Event
- GNU Tools Cauldron 2013.
As this list grows, a full archive can be found at Presentations.
Design and Implementation
All design and implementation documents are in the.
- Power measurement board, with a workshop to show how to use it.
- Details here on how to use the Power measurement board Python scripts under Windows.
Software and hardware designs can be downloaded from the MAGEEC GitHub repositories.
MAGEEC draws heavily on MILEPOST
Planning and organization
- Jeremy Bennett, Embecosm. Project Manager
- Simon Hollis, Bristol University. Project lead at Bristol University.
- Simon Cook, Embecosm. Project lead engineer.
- Andrew Back, AB Open. Community Manager.
- Kerstin Eder, Bristol University.
- Oliver Ray, Bristol University.
- James Pallister, Bristol University.
- Munaaf Ghumran, Bristol University.
- Ashley Whetter, Bristol University.
- Joern Rennecke, Embecosm.
- George Field, Bristol University.
- Gregory Cawthorne, Bristol University.
The project plan is a living document. You can see both the current version and history of the components:
All planning documments are in the Planning category.
The project team meets regularly to manage the project.