> Seriously why isn't an official build released yet???
I'm getting bloody sick and tired of the constant questions (IRC,
> email directly, Google+, GTalk, and even in person) about it here
> there and everywhere and the deathly radio silence from the people who
> are suppose to have done it. It's a complete shambles and frankly I'm
> embarrassed we still don't have a release.
> Can we just call the armv5tel release stable and move onto
> already. If you want to do a SUPA-DUPA-FAST release concentrate on
> that for F-18+ in _PARALLEL_ to the rest of the stuff. I don't see it
> adding more than a few percentage points and at the current build will
> be faster than nothing which is what we currently have! RELEASE EARLY
> RELEASE OFTEN.
> Also what is the status on support for:
> - a kernel with proper naming and provides so a yum update doesn't
> pull in a vexpress kernel
> - an updated kernel with temp sensor support and frequency scaling
> - the requirements for HW accel media playback (what libaries are
> needed, are they open source and can hence be packaged in mainline
> like other platforms) and does it work on Fedora?
> - probably other things.
> I am _REALLY_ sorry about the rant but AFAICT having been
> holidays for two weeks there doesn't appear to be _ANY_ movement in
> the forwards direction at all.
> Can we PLEASE have a weekly update to this mailing list
for all to see
> as to the exact state of every component in the RPi image (with items
> crossed off so we know what's done and what's left).
> I look forward to a release :)
> arm mailing list
I heard that there won't be an official Fedora build of the Raspberry Pi
because the firmware license is not compatible with the Fedora
Correct at this point in time. I meant an official remix stable release.
Fedora legal and the board are working with the foundation to try and
resolve the firmware issue
> -Elad Alfassa.