[Noisebridge-discuss] [Tiny-tux] Noisebridge Tiny-tux group, bridge to Hackerdojo
michaelshiloh1010 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 2 09:00:52 PST 2011
This sounds very interesting. I'll try to make it.
I have a couple of PPC Macs. Interested in donations?
I'll dig around my workshop - I may have some other embedded Linux
platforms to donate, if there is interest.
I note the absence of openWRT and Shivaplugs as platforms. Perhaps you
just haven't gotten to them yet. As todbot notes in his blog, openWRT is
perhaps the least expensive way to add full wifi to Arduino.
On 01/01/2011 10:15 PM, Corey McGuire wrote:
> Tiny-Tux is a Noisebridge peer group exploring hardware platforms
> compatible with Embedded Linux and Android. We seek to build a
> knowledge base robust enough to make these platforms accessible to the
> DIY community for various purposes. We meet every Thursday evening at
> Noisebridge. Open discussion starts at 7PM, meeting at 8PM. Once a
> month, our meeting coincides with Noisebridge's "Five Minutes of Fame",
> an hour long show-and-tell session starting at 8PM.
> I am making Hackerdojo aware of this because we have a growing number of
> Southbay members. I want to get a sense of interest from HD to evaluate
> if there is a large enough audience to warrant bridging these
> communities either by setting up carpools, setting up teleconferencing,
> or alternating locations. I do not want to dilute our membership by
> having a split. Instead, I want to find some middle ground.
> So far we have explored Openembedded, Gentoo, and MeeGo as OS's, and
> Gumstix, Beagleboard, Pandaboard, Chumby, PowerPC iMacs, Qemu, and x86
> as target hardware platforms. Chumby is quickly becoming a hardware
> platform of choice simply because the Insignia Infocast is cheap,
> accessible, and well broken-out.
> We have at least five members who may be better served by Hackerdojo's
> Who else from Hackerdojo is interested in this group? How might we
> bridge our communities?
> Coreyfro, Tiny-Tux's under-qualified leader
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