|Subject:||Re: [libreplanet-discuss] Freedom respecting SBC?|
|Date:||Mon, 7 Dec 2015 09:15:21 -0500|
Woah! definitely interested.
If you can manage to make it $50 exactly, (or at least not hit $60) and make it twice as powerful as the Pi, even the SAME power as the Pi, I (and plenty of people who don't even know about software freedom) would definitely get some.
And if you throw a pin bus in there with latency/bus speed similar to the Arduino, then doubly so - its two DIY boards in one!
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> I am in a position to make a 'Truly Freedom Respecting' Single-Board-Computer.
> It would probably cost around 50 to 100$ (I'm want it at least twice as powerful as a pi), and GPIO pins making it a good Pi alternative.
> I Have no specs (or other details) for it yet, I am just wondering how much interest there is (beyond myself of course).
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