[Dev] [allanitomwesh at gmail.com: Re: [Arm-netbook] early access EOMA68 to hardware for parabola ARM maintainers?]

Andreas Grapentin andreas at grapentin.org
Thu May 11 16:49:58 GMT 2017

fyi - it seems we are the first ones to the table.

do we have a pad on the arm port, and if not could we create one? I
think this would be useful for finding out how many cards we will need,
who will do what for the port, who organizes the shipping et cetera.

I would also suggest that those interested in maintaining the arm port
join the arm-netbook mailing list so that they are in the loop with all
relevant information without me forwarding everything.


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Date: Thu, 11 May 2017 19:04:11 +0300
From: Allan Mwenda <allanitomwesh at gmail.com>
To: Eco-Concscious Computing <arm-netbook at lists.phcomp.co.uk>, Andreas Grapentin <andreas at grapentin.org>, arm-netbook at lists.phcomp.co.uk
Subject: Re: [Arm-netbook] early access EOMA68 to hardware for parabola	ARM	maintainers?
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Put in as many people as would be useful to your project. No other distro has come here with interest like you guys so I'd take advantage of that before it changes. 
Didn't you have guys working on a handheld eoma console? Get them in on it as well. 

On 11 May 2017 18:34:01 GMT+03:00, Andreas Grapentin <andreas at grapentin.org> wrote:
>> > Yes Luke has a list somewhere for devs who want early access on his
>> Correct. I'm going to save you the time to search the vast archive of
>> the arm-netbook mailing list:
>Thank you very much!
>> *Begin of shortened quote*
>> "Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2017 03:49:59 +0000
>> From: Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkclatlkcl.net>
>> Subject: [Arm-netbook] Mainlining the EOMA68-A20
>> i'm just talking to my host, here in taiwan, to use his equipment to
>> get 50 boards made up.  i'll also get some RS232-UARTs and some
>> micro-desktops made as well... or perhaps some breakout boards and
>> OTG-Host cables, have to see.
>> any takers please put alias down here so i get a quick idea of
>> http://rhombus-tech.net/allwinner_a10/ "
>This looks very promising. I need to ask a couple more questions:
>Could parabola as a whole go into that list, with a to-be-determined
>number of cards, or would we need to name the individual hackers?
>We have at least three people working on the arm port, maybe more.
>asking for ~5 cards still be in the right ballpark?
>Would the prototypes be lent to us? donated? sold?
>Is there an ETA?
>my GPG Public Key:                

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