I planning an "look what awesome things you can do" booth at this years
Barcamp in October I hope it will work out as I want to include this as
an project with PNC and another little different Release Party like I
have done last year http://karl-tux-stadt.de/ktuxs/?p=4970
I selected a few interesting projects I planning to do with the students
this shows a bandwith what you could do, hope it helps you
Am 10.04.19 um 19:09 schrieb Miro Hrončok:
> On 10. 04. 19 13:58, Aleksandra Fedorova wrote:
>> Hi, Miro,
>> I did the presentation at Pi and More last weekend
>> on how to access GPIO pins.
>> With the current state of Fedora on Pi, the typical talk would be:
>> take one of the standard projects (starting from LED light, motors..)
>> and try to implement them on Fedora. And it is going to be a
>> challenge already.
>> GPIO support is more or less doable, but then it comes to PWM, varios
>> digital I/O channels, hats and so on..
>> Thus my main message currently: Fedora is not going to be easy, but
>> it is for the better. Building smth with Fedora means building smth
>> with new kernel. You are navigating unfamiliar waters, but this
>> exactly makes it more interesting and _awesome_ than just building
>> yet another boring weather station on Raspbian.
>> From low level topics the most interesting would be the device tree
>> overlay support. How it supposed to work, what works and what
>> doesn't, what is the roadmap for it. But I don't know the details
>> myself, so maybe Peter Robinson (CCed) can provide some insights.
> Thanks. I'm afraid this event (Prague Maker Faire) is not a
> talk-focused event, it's more about the booth experience.