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TinyOS Tools Working Group
 
Last modified: May 24, 2007

Chair

John Regehr <regehr at cs.utah.edu>

Mailing Lists

General Discussion: tinyos-tools-wg at mail.millennium.berkeley.edu
To subscribe: Open only to working group members.
Archives: http://mail.millennium.berkeley.edu/pipermail/tinyos-tools-wg/

Description

The goal of the tools WG is to make it easier to develop sensornet applications through software tools. Specifically, the WG will facilitate and perform technology transfer between the software tool research community and the TinyOS developer community. The WG's scope encompasses tools that add value to the existing TinyOS toolchain, such as GUI-type tools for designing, analyzing, modeling, and debugging configurations; model-checking-type tools for finding and preventing bugs; and, compiler-type tools for measuring or improving resource usage. The charter of this group explicitly excludes TOSSIM and other simulators, and also does not include value-added software components such as TinySec and Deluge, that are not tools.

Group Wiki

http://www.cs.utah.edu/~regehr/tinyos-tools-wg/

Relevant TinyOS Enhancement Proposals (TEPs)

Draft TEPs can be found in the tinyos CVS tree at sourceforge under the tinyos-1.x module in the beta/teps directory. The final TEPs are in doc/specs. Please see TEP-1 for more information on TEPS. If a TEP doesn't have a link into the CVS tree, it hasn't been committed.

TEPS
TEP Title Type Status Authors
*Implementation pending

Meeting Notes

Please see the Group Wiki link above.

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