Hi Neville,

I think that issue/idea can be easily solved if you add a 4-5 USB port charger head, or a implemented plus quickcharger option device. Like this: https://ae01.alicdn.com/kf/HTB1hMAdIFXXXXacXXXXq6xXFXXXD/-font-b-4-b-font-font-b-port-b-font-font-b-usb-b-font.jpg OR this one if you would like to put on a single 4F sticker to top of the ports: http://www.belkin.com//images/productmt/966857/372.jpg



2017-06-02 3:37 GMT+02:00 Neville Cross <yn1v@taygon.com>:
On Tue, 30 May 2017 17:28:31 +0200
Jiri Eischmann <eischmann@redhat.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> you may have heard of Fedorator recently. Miro Hrončok supervised a
> bachelor thesis whose result was a Fedora USB drive writer box. It's
> all open source hardware, you can find it at Github:
> https://github.com/Sanqui/fedorator
> The thesis (in English) is here:
> https://diplomky.redhat.com/grid-file/
> serve-file?mongoId=591b657ee4b00455e619aca6&bucket=thesis&save=true
> My idea is to organize a workshop at Flock where we would assemble say
> 10 units and then ambassadors would bring them back to their countries
> and use at events. Since DVDs are going away it could be a useful
> addition to event equipment and one of replacements for DVDs.
> I'm writing it here to hear opinions of other ambassadors. Do you
> think it's something worth investing time and money in?
> Jiri

If I go to Flock, I will be very interested in participate in this
hacking. I would like to take the opportunity of being on the US to
buy gadgets to built my own. Maybe somebody in the US can help buying
some parts for those traveling.

I recall reading from the ideas that it will have a powered hub, so
people can charge their phone and talk a little bit. That feature made
to the final design?

Best regards

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