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Date:   Sun, 26 Feb 2017 19:49:22 +0100
From:   Paul Menzel <>
Cc:     Timothy Pearson <>,
        Martin Roth <>,
Subject: OT: Crowdfunding to port OpenBMC to Asus KGPE-D16

[Please CC me, as I am not subscribed.]

Dear OpenBMC people,

If you haven’t heard yet, there is a crowdfunding campaign going on to
fund a port of OpenBMC to the Asus KGPE-D16 [1].

The free firmware coreboot [2] runs on that board, and no BLOBs have to
be used with it. Having OpenBMC run on that board, would be the last
step, to have a fully free, owner-controlled server mainboard. I am
citing a message from Timothy to the coreboot mailing list below from
February 6th, 2017 [3].

> As of today, we have $10,250 pledged out of $20,000 required to start
> work on the OpenBMC support for KGPE-D16 systems using coreboot.  Raptor
> is, as before, contributing an additional $25,000+ toward development
> should the $20,000 community goal be reached.
> If you would like to help get this port started, please contact Martin
> Roth ( with information on what you would like to
> pledge.  This offer is time limited; we are looking to end the offer in
> the next month or so, so if this is something you would like to see
> please step up and contribute something to this goal!
> As a general reminder, the KGPE-D16 is the last, most powerful
> owner-controllable X86 workstation / server class machine available.  It
> is still in production along with its Opteron CPUs, so it occupies a
> unique position in coreboot's tree.  Providing a libre BMC for this
> system could help adoption of coreboot in server environments,
> strengthening its position some in the market.

As of today there are still $6,000 USD missing. As the coreboot
community does not seem big enough to fund such a project, I am kindly
asking you for support. If you can’t or don’t want to spend money, it’d
be great if you could spread the word (Twitter message [4]).



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