Just a suggestion, two developers with the actual board in hand for testing and qa purposes. The reason for two I simply sometimes a single developer can't keep up for personaland maybe there should be a "working group".   

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Brendan Conoboy <blc@redhat.com> wrote:

Hi everybody,

In today's ARM meeting in #fedora-meeting-1 we started the discussion on
the procedure for supporting new ARM devices in Fedora 20.  Previously
this was done in an ad-hoc manner by the ARM team.  While we will
continue to enable as diverse a set of devices as possible, this is
specifically about what devices are considered supported in a GA
release.  As an example, in Fedora 19 we supported the Trimslice, but
not the AC100, even though they are both Tegra 2 devices and in theory
may both work.  Many unsupported devices may work, but only a select few
can be release blockers.

Starting in Fedora 20 / kernel 3.11, we think the following devices may
be newly supportable:

Calxeda Midway with LPAE

Wandboard (i.MX6)

Utilite (i.MX6)

AC100 (Tegra 2)

BeagleBone Black & White

More than anything, this is about minimum requirements for QE.  Support
implies testing, release blocking, etc, so growing the matrix needs to
approached cautiously.  There is also a question of timing- what is the
cutoff for adding a new release blocking device? Alpha? Beta?  Is it a
feature request?  Feedback appreciated.

Brendan Conoboy / Red Hat, Inc. / blc@redhat.com
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