On Wed, Jul 10, 2013 at 06:14:24PM +0200, Björn Persson wrote:
Kevin Fenzi wrote:
> I was working on adding 2 more SOC's for packagers earlier this week.
> I wanted to see how much call there was for these... should I try and
> make them accessable by all packagers? Or just have a group and
> interested people could be added to that group?
I for one would like to have access to some ARM systems for trying
things out. At least one for each arch that's a candidate to become
primary would be nice.
I appreciate that some people cannot or don't want to buy hardware,
but if you did have roughly $300 available, then you should probably
get the Oct 2012 Samsung Chromebook or the Arndale development board.
The Chromebook has the advantage IMHO that it's a decent netbook.
For more hardware options see:
Don't get an R-Pi. Not anything against it, just that it's a very old
and obsolete variant of the ARM architecture, and no longer supported
in Fedora (since Fedora 19 IIRC).
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