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General HW enablement

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*<u>'''Nikhil Sharma:'''</u><br />
**Learn a little about Nikhil here: [ About Nikhil]
**Check out my Nikhil's blog here: [ com Nikhil's Blog]<br /><br />
*<u>'''Hugo Pombo:'''</u><br />
**Learn a little about Hugo here: [ About Hugo] <br />
**Check out my Hugo's blog here: [ Hugo's Blog]<br /><br />
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== Project Contributor(s) ==
Here are some Trim-Slice Projects in motion: [ Trim-Slice Projects]<br /><br />
== Project Details ==
*<u>Expected outcome: </u> The identified features will be supported on the identified board(s) within Fedora.
*<u>Skills required: </u> packaging, kernel/module building, testing
*<u>Maximum number of students: </u> One per hardware feature to be supported
*<u>Resources: </u> Chris Tyler (ctyler), Peter Robinson (pbrobinson)<br /><br />
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== Project Plan ==
Here are our goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:<br /><br />
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(Discontinued)* <u>0.1 - '''PackagingDesign:''' Getting </u> Designing a rough version of our package compiled within a fedora platform.<br /><br /> (Revised)* <u>0.2 - '''UpgradingDraft Edition:''' Upgrading our package to </u> Test Bluetooth/WiFi on the Trim Slice, create a draft version of a Test Plan along with a qualified level, followed by draft version of a submission Script (to automate the Fedora Packaging Review Committeeprocess).<br /><br /> * <u>0.3 - '''PresentationFinal Edition:''' Prepare </u> Create a plan final version of our Test Plan and finalize our Scripts for our package presentationoptimal efficiency. Resulting with the end user acquiring success when using Bluetooth/WiFi technology with the Trim-Slice Pro.<br /><br />
<u>'''IMPORTANT:'''</u><br />
I Hugo Pombo and Nikhil Sharma will be implementing each section of our project plan <u>individually</u>.<br /><br />
Here is the declared ownership of hardware we are aspiring to enable:<br />
*<u>Hugo Pombo:</u> Enabling Bluetooth on the Trim-Slice board.<br /><br />
*<u>Nikhil Sharma:</u> Enabling WiFi on the Trim-Slice board.<br /><br />
<u>'''Notes:'''</u><br />
#Take advantage of tracking mechanisms such as: bugzilla, trac, github, etc.
=== Mailing Lists ===
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== Project News ==
Please see our blogs for our final deliverable files. Thank You.
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