Date: Sat, 8 Apr 2017 16:45:04 +0200
From: Zoltan Hoppar <hopparz(a)gmail.com
[Ambassadors] Fedora LiveUSB station - brainstorming
I am currently gathering my hardware and tools, to create a Fedora image
creator station - that I can put out to the desk at Fedora events.
I'd like to have feedback, ideas, and maybe points that I didn't saw
- Which path, board would be the best solution in your opinion?
I would choose the board that can write a thumb drive the fastest.
- In what form/shape can you imagine this Fedora device?
In pieces. If it is at an event the equipment should always be
I can see a stand alone unattended device being a secure integral form, but
at an event you want to talk about Fedora and the hardware and that is
easier when you show the pieces.
> - What purpose you think that can be added, or would be useful?
A kiosk to get questions and comments about Fedora or your
contact information (not shared) to reply.
- What would you change, add, remove in this project?
I think it is a great idea, so I hope you continue on.
I will be using a RPi3 and a BeagleBone Black at LinuxFest NorthWest
(LFNW) as a kiosk. I hope to capture the QR code from the badges, the
kiosk program (beefy-connection by vwbusguy) currently asks for info and
can take a picture. My keyboard has a usb socket so guests could burn an
image without handling the little boards, I'll see if I can add a burn
image button to the kiosk.
Keep us posted on your project and look for pictures of LFNW, May 6-7, on
Planet Fedora and Fedora blog.
-- Jeff Sandys