[Noisebridge-discuss] [Tiny-tux] Noisebridge Tiny-tux group, bridge to Hackerdojo
danny at spesh.com
Mon Jan 3 15:07:10 PST 2011
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 2:58 PM, miloh <froggytoad at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 2:23 PM, Corey McGuire <coreyfro at coreyfro.com> wrote:
>> 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.
>> Thanks though!
> It's a good time to mention that I set up a bin on a half-shelf for
> the Tiny Tux group. It's a holding space for the whole group to use.
> Right now it has some of the old V1 chumbys in it, and the idea is to
> use it as a holding space for a group project(s), more sample
> hardware that Tiny-tuxers can futz around with, and as a small amount
> of short-term holdover storage for tiny-tuxers who don't have storage
I have a v1.0 Chumby (and a v0.1 Chumby) which I'm mildly
sentimentally attached to, but if you want some more, they'd probably
do more work with you than failing to wake me up in the morning
> Identify anything in the bin that isn't intended for futzing clearly
> with contact info and project name. The wiki is a good place to
> elaborate on more specific project info beyond the name. Noisebridge
> stickers and masking tape are good for easy labelling of common-pool
> resources (I keep stashes of these in the E-lab on the black shelves).
> This embedded device repository is on the West wall user shelf between
> the windows. Look for a red fold-top plastic bin labelled 'Tiny-Tux'.
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