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Talk:(Changed to Running F17 on Beaglebone) Programming GPIO on Fedora

Your current goals section reads like this:

We are going to use the Pandaboard device for the GPIO/I2C interfaces. Luis Fuentes  : Package appropriate libraries for I2C Jiecheng Qiu  : Package appropriate libraries for GPIO

  • 0.1 Research the library of GPIO/I2C and package it on Pandaboard with Fedora System, install or build some drivers
  • 0.2 Do some programming to test it and make it works well
  • 0.3 Finalize the package release and work on the documentation

This is a good start, but you need to more clearly state what you will actually release each time. I would like to see:

  • 0.1 release an initial version of your package
  • 0.2 release a final version and get it into the Fedora package review process
  • 0.3 the package has gone through the final release process and is available in Fedora

Please update the goals section by Wednesday, October 31.

- Chris Tyler 09:31, 29 October 2012 (EDT)

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