[Noisebridge-discuss] [Tiny-tux] Noisebridge Tiny-tux group, bridge to Hackerdojo
coreyfro at coreyfro.com
Mon Jan 3 14:23:05 PST 2011
Yes, we are completely platform agnostic. Right now, I'm just following
trends to leverage our work as well as possible.
I don't think we'd act upon the PPC Macs quickly, so I don't want to say
yes. At this point, we are focusing on Arm because that is the most common
platform of interest.
On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 9:00 AM, Michael Shiloh
<michaelshiloh1010 at gmail.com>wrote:
> 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.
> > https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/tiny-tux
> > <https://www.noisebridge.net/mailman/listinfo/tiny-tux>
> > 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
> > location.
> > 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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