Re: [Coin] Hackaton: P4 tutorials, setup and tools

Salvatore Signorello <ssignorello@ciencias.ulisboa.pt> Tue, 09 July 2019 14:15 UTC

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Hi Marie-José,

here's Salvatore a post-doc researcher from the University of Lisbon 
where I work with Prof. Ramos. I have been following the hackathon 
thread on this list since here  we have a small team of people working 
with the P4 language and that could be of interest for us.


Unfortunately, we are still not sure we will have time and people on 
those days to join the hackathon remotely. Yet, would it be possible to 
know some more details about the specific projects teams will be asked 
to work on? I only remember an email listing a few ideas (Jeffrey at 
Huawei), but, maybe, possible projects have been discussed off-list.


Kind regards,

Salvatore


On 09/07/19 12:41, Marie-Jose Montpetit wrote:
> From p4.org <http://p4.org>:
>
> https://github.com/p4lang/tutorials
> In particular look at the *Obtaining required software* section to 
> setup your environment.
> Printing the cheat sheet could also be a good idea:
> https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z8woKyElFAOP6bMd8tRa_Q4SA1cd_Uva/view
>
> This reference to the language is also interesting:
> https://github.com/p4lang/education/blob/master/GettingStarted.md
> Look into P4 14 (as mentioned at the interim) for some available tools 
> at the hackaton or 16.
> This page also has a list of *Code Examples *but we**are still looking 
> for small projects for people who will not bring their own ideas and 
> would like to do more than just play with the code.
>
> If you know of other resources please tell us!
>
> And invite people who may not be on the list :)
>
> There will be help from experienced P4 programmers from Noviflow to 
> get you started and help throughout.
>
> I will post this information to the Materials in our datatracker as 
> well as on our GitHub site.
>
>
> mjm
>
>
> Marie-José Montpetit, Ph.D.
> Research Affiliate, MIT Media Laboratory
> mariejose@mjmontpetit.com <mailto:mariejose@mjmontpetit.com>
> mariejo@mit..edu <mailto:mariejo@mit.edu>
>