Matthew Miller <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org> writes:
In the meeting right after the F33 release, we talked about
handful of key devices and making sure anyone with a serious interest in
testing or enablement work has what they need. I've talked with Marie, and
while we're not overflowing with cash, Fedora does have unspent budget which
would normally have gone to travel sponsorships and this seems to be a
reasonable thing to use some of it on. IoT is a Fedora Edition, after all,
and worth investing in.
At that meeting, we talked about y'all coming up with a list of specific
hardware we can order for people. Because reimbursements are a mess right
now for unrelated reasons, it's easiest when it's something Marie can
actually go to a web store, click some buttons, and have shipped direct. Can
y'all (IoT WG and ARM SIG) come up with a formal list with prices and URLs?
(Also, if other things like microsd cards need to be included?)
So, after initially completely missing the point of your email, I'd
actually have a hardware request. This might be an odd one, but I would
like to setup a bare metal testing setup for openQA, which requires a
device that can automatically flash sd cards and insert them into the
system under test. I've been recommended the following board for that:
I know this is rather special and not an IOT board itself, but it could
be rather useful for automated verification of our iot/arm images
(hopefully to be eventually installed in Adam's test lab). At ~110€
(including shipping), it is unfortunately just a shy too expensive for
me to just order it.
Would this be a possibility? I can also provide you with more details
about what I've got planned here.