[Arm-netbook] What's new at the end of 2023?

Peter Carlson petercarlson79 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 10:32:42 GMT 2023

Thank you for the explanation and update.
I am familiar with Asperger's, but also think it is important to remind
"bearers of that burden" how they come across if for no other reason than
for them to understand why they might get the kind of response they
sometimes get.

I was unaware that there are, in fact, cards at Crowd Supply. I do monitor
my account at Crowd Supply and this has not been communicated to me. If one
needs to request a card from Crowd Supply for testing purposes then perhaps
this could be communicated to the people who could help.
I am not in a position to help in any significant way. Although I could try
and get an image onto a card I am not technically proficient enough to
really accomplish much. The other hindrance to that end is I am in Africa
on a volunteer mandate so I don't have access to my most basic electronics

My hope is that this communication may enlighten someone of the technical
"illuminati" that cards are available for testing.
Peter Carlson

On Wed, Nov 8, 2023 at 10:12 AM Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton <lkcl at lkcl.net>

> On Wednesday, November 8, 2023, Peter Carlson <petercarlson79 at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> > Well my curt Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
> welcome to Asperger's... and to reminding and repeating the
> exact same thing for *four years* and not having anyone
> really take any ******g notice except for a very few
> people. (grateful: parabolath, and others)
> > the only two people to have
> > contributed any communication in months are both decidedly neither
> software
> > nor hardware proficient.
> > We appear to be the enthusiast "peanut gallery" Those who could help are
> > not doing so for their own reasons. Where do we go from here? Is it time
> to
> > close the book on this one?
> a specification is never "closed".
> 100 of the Cards are now at Crowdsupply.
> if someone, even one person, gets them a test image, 100 people
> can get their cards.
> if not one single person helps develop a test image *nobody*
> gets s***.
> very very simple and i am getting quite fed up telling people
> this.
> l.
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