[Arm-netbook] 4 GPL'd KiCAD boards released for A10 CPU system development
luke.leighton at gmail.com
Sun Jun 9 15:22:37 BST 2013
On Sun, Jun 9, 2013 at 2:27 PM, joem <joem at martindale-electric.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Luke, Paul Sokolovsky,
> Initiall thought this low interest project.
> Checking the logs, between several hundred to several thousand users!
duhh! welcome to free software projects.
> Live in fear of making any announcements in case site goes down.
fear is your ego getting in the way :)
> Big mistake on my part, but to be fair, $ work keeps me jumping through hoops
> and didn't have quality time to manage everything.
> Next two weeks are relatively slack, so I get time.
> Luke, got any spare eoma (even alpha quality) to sell?
yyup - about five or six left out of thirty. $USD 100 plus shipping
[about £3 i believe including tracking/signed-for] ok with you? we're
just about at break even so so it'd be great to meet that. please
note: this is a SAMPLE, it's NOT an end-user product, and will be
marked on the customs form as such: you should *not* pay VAT or Import
if so, let me know which email address to send you a paypal invoice
to [or a message with a bank account to transfer in the UK], and send
me [privately] a delivery address and tel no for shipping purposes.
> I want to make mboard with SoM board and PCMCIA
> The idea is that the eoma gets plugged in
> for main CPU while the SODIMM connects to small
> embedded CPUs like ARM Cortex or PICs to make
> embedded system. The PCMCIA socket pins will be
> brought to breakout pads so that it can all be wired
> together manually to make system. All in glorious KiCAD
> and gpl'd designs for everyone to share :)
yeahhh that's more like it.
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