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.
On Wed, Apr 10, 2019 at 1:36 PM Miro Hrončok <mhroncok(a)redhat.com> wrote:
We might be able to represent Fedora on the next (second) Prague Maker
See pics from the latest (first) event:
The important question is: What would we show/do/present there and how?
Have any of you ever did a Fedora booth on a maker event?
The idea is simple: "Fedora is awesome for Makers" - however how to
on a booth? The competition (other booths) is very appealing for visitors.
Thanks for any tips.
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