Can we rename this site to be more inclusive of Linux ARM hardware?
What makes the Raspberry Pi different from other small computers and why does it make sense to have a Stack Exchange site with a scope specific to it? Other similar items that can be bought or will be available in the future are:
- The MK803 Mini PC goes for around $72 and can be ordered now
- The Pogoplug goes for as low as $30 and has been around for years
- The APC is a $49 Android system with many similarities like GIPO
- The BeagleBoard ($149) and BeagleBone ($89) offer full-featured Linux with ethernet and video ports for the BeagleBoard
Is there a logical rationale for creating a Stack Exchange specific to the Raspberry Pi, or was the creation of this site just to the popularity/interest level in the platform? Would it make more sense to broaden the scope if this situation changes in the future and interest in the other platforms grow?