Wikidata and associated tools status¶Wikidata property proposals:
Compatible_with Non_volatile_storage_capacityThis can be done differently as suggested in the proposal: we can use memory capacity with require "applies to part (P518)" and "non volatile memory" for instance.
- Example of hardware compatibility lists generated with Listeria and SPARQL in a wiki page:
- Command line tool for Replicant devices on wikidata
Replicant collected data and other projects:¶
See the data repository README and the data repository for more details on what data we collect on the various devices.
As explained in the README, we accept contributions for all smartphones and tablets, however if another free software upstream project can collect the data, it's best to send the data there instead.In addition we need to collect some information specific to Replicant images and kernel nodes, for instance:
- The emmc partitions dev nodes format (relevant for many things, from libsamsung-ipc to the Replicant EFS backup instructions)
Example: /dev/block/platform/dw_mmc/by-name/<partition name> on GT-I9300 with Replicant 6.0 kernel
- The partition and what they do (example: the cache partition is 'cache' on the GT-I9250 whereas it's 'CACHE' on all other. Some devices have 'KERNEL' for the boot partition, while for some other it's 'BOOT'. On some devices 'BOOT' is the bootloader instead.
But we didn't find the good format to store that data yet.
We tend to factorize authoritative data. For instance if we need information that is in the GPT, then we simply dump and store the GPT in the data repository.
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Updated by Denis 'GNUtoo' Carikli about 2 years ago · 12 revisions