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General HW enablement

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General Hardware Enablement of WiFi & Bluetooth Using Trim Slice
Here are our goals for each release and plans for reaching those goals:<br /><br />
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* <u>0.1 - '''Design:'''</u> Designing a rough version of our package within a fedora platform.<br /><br />
 (Revised)* <u>0.2 - '''Draft Edition:'''</u> Test Bluetooth /WiFi on the Trim Slice, create a draft version of a Test Plan along with a draft version of a Script (to automate the process).<br /><br /> * <u>0.3 - '''Final Edition:'''</u> Create a final version of my our Test Plan and finalize my our Scripts for optimal efficiency. Resulting with the end user acquiring success when using Bluetooth /WiFi technology with the Trim-Slice Pro.<br /><br />
<u>'''IMPORTANT:'''</u><br />
Here is a link to the mailing lists: [ Mailing Lists]<br /><br />
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=== Links/Bugs/Tracking ===Our bugzilla/trac reports will be posted shortly.<!-- Add a link to any page(s) related to your work, including the bug numbers (on bugzilla or trac) -->
==== Seneca Particpants ====
So far, we are the only known Seneca participants with regards to this project. Please, periodically check this page for updates.
== Project News ==
Coming Soon...
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