Michal Toman, a Fedora developer known for work on ABRT (Automatic Bug Reporting Tool), as well as the PowerPC (PPC) and s390 ports of the operating system, has posted a message on the Fedora Linux mailing list that he want to revive the MIPS port of Fedora.
Apparently this is an informative message to current Fedora developers who wish to collaborate to the MIPS port of the acclaimed Linux kernel-based operating system, because Michal Toman has an on-going collaboration with Imagination Technologies, a British-based semiconductor R&D and licencing company, to bring back Fedora to the MIPS architecture.
- Fedora 26 Supports Single “Unified” OS Images for Multiple ARM Platforms
- Linux 4.12 Release – Main Changes, ARM & MIPS Architectures
- Linux Kernel 3.18.51 Released with MIPS, ARM, and CIFS Changes, Updated Drivers
- Azul Systems’ Zulu Embedded is a Build of OpenJDK for ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, and x86 Compliant with Java SE standard
- Linux 4.10 Release – Main Changes, ARM & MIPS Architectures
- Linux 4.9 Release – Main Changes, ARM and MIPS Architectures