Covered last week on Phoronix was news that Codethink got a blob-free Linux driver stack working on the Jetson TK1, a fabulous sub-$200 ARM development board that's rather powerful. There's an emerging DRM driver for the Kepler "GK20A" graphics found within this new Cortex-A15 SoC. Codethink managed to get Wayland's Weston compositor working and this week they released their TK1 patch-set.
James Thomas of Codethink now proposed today to add the Jetson TK1 support to the Weston DRM compositor directly to the mainline code-base. The patches come in at just over 100 lines of code to let the Weston DRM compositor back-end run on the device when paired with the latest TK1 kernel work.