Thanks for the awesome arm distro! Especially for the quick support for RK3399 boards, which is much faster than alarm official.
Recently I got a board (*) which supports ARM UEFI, thus I can skip the bootloader part, and jump directly to rootfs creation.
All the needed parts are already upstream, including kernel, mesa (openGL, not ES).
So it should be a smooth sail, if we can get an alarm style rootfs tarball.
This allows advanced user to custom their rootfs, this is especially useful for cases like creating uncommon boot configuration like /boot on eMMC and rootfs on NVME for RK3399, and get rid of the first time boot screen if the user wants.
*: The board itself is already publicly available, but the UEFI firmware is still under NDA, thus can’t yet provide the name of the board nor the vendor. But it won’t be too long before the UEFI firmware being public.