[Arm-netbook] eoma68 a20 card production
pablo at parobalth.org
Fri Jun 21 19:20:45 BST 2019
On Fri, Jun 21, 2019 at 12:06:10PM +0100, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> All of this was *supposed* to be documented as part of the pre-production
> runs that cost USD 2500 a shot, so that the longer runs are far less risky
> because a short trial run is supposed to prepare the engineers for the
> longer one. We cannot keep doing that, it takes 2 to three months each
> time, so we have to take the risk and go straight to QTY 100.
> Patience is required. Success happens by solving each unknown and
> unknowable issue that comes up. However, it would be appreciated if people
> would accept that this is not something that cannot be predicted, neither
> what might happen next nor how long it will take.
Thanks for the update. I have read every update so far, read most of
the emails on this list and skim those not so interesting to me.
Following questions bother me and I don't recall that they have been
Is it still planned to send pre-production cards to those (including me)
who signed up?
What is the status of the last pre-production prototype cards? Do they work?
When can we test / will we know if Richards HDMI-layout is working?
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