I can test with RPI4, Pine64 and SoPine.
On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 5:06 PM Mohan Boddu <mboddu(a)bhujji.com> wrote:
I have an old pine64 and a rpi 3 model b+, I am happy to help in
testing as well.
If there is a list of supported devices, then people can add their
names who have them and want to help test Fedora on them, that would
be very helpful. During the time of a release, QA can just ask them if
they have tested the release candidate image on them and get feedback
from them directly rather than putting more work on arm folks to test
the image on every supported platform.
On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 1:07 PM Kevin Fenzi <kevin(a)scrye.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2020 at 11:28:49AM -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
> > In the meeting right after the F33 release, we talked about
> > handful of key devices and making sure anyone with a serious interest
> > testing or enablement work has what they need. I've talked with Marie,
> > while we're not overflowing with cash, Fedora does have unspent budget
> > 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
> > and worth investing in.
> > At that meeting, we talked about y'all coming up with a list of
> > hardware we can order for people. Because reimbursements are a mess
> > 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
> > y'all (IoT WG and ARM SIG) come up with a formal list with prices and
> > (Also, if other things like microsd cards need to be included?)
> > Of course, once we have a list of hardware, I'd also like to send it to
> > people. I know there's some worry about people volunteering, getting
> > and not actually doing anything. We want to make sure the devices are
> > to people who will actually be able to make use of them. But I also
> > want that to be a blocker, so, if you're new but serious I am willing
> > consider including you too. (Perhaps with the promise that if your best
> > intentions don't work out, you find someone else to pass the hardware
> > to.)
> > Rather than people emailing me at random, which is easy for me to
> > the WG and/or SIG come up with a list of people? I'm thinking
> > a dozen people and 1-3 devices each depending on commitment level.
> I have some very old pine64 boards and a beagleboneblack here...
> I'd be happy to test some more up to date hardware.
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