"I should be doing status reports, so here's my first cut at what is happening and what is going on so far. I'll try to do these every few weeks, and I also encourage the project managers of active projects to also do this," explained Greg KH, posting his October 16'th Status Report for the Linux Driver Project. He noted:
"Currently, I'm talking with about 3-4 new companies about more projects, and am working on a list of external modules that need to get cleaned up and added to the kernel tree that this project can help out with.
"But what we are really lacking right now is more companies involvement. If anyone can think of a way to drum up more company interest, please let me know."
Greg then offered a status summary of all six currently active projects, "here's the current projects, and what is going on with them." Drivers currently being developed by the driver project include, "3 i2c devices, a VOIP gateway driver, USB/PCI driver for video timestamp device, highspeed datacapture device driver, and a video digital demodulator driver" Another project is listed as focusing on cleaning up the existing USB driver.