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I've modified the scope of the question so that it's about emulating the Raspi on Linux. Emulation on a Linux PC I've also created a similar question for Windows: Emulation on a Windows PC Slig …
answered Jun 15 '12 by Alex L
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Yup! SE sites are about Qs, As, and being able to find good ones easily - voting is very useful!
answered Jun 16 '12 by Alex L
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I don't think we should use the term "shield", as it implies (at least in my mind) Arduino compatibility, and in electronics "shield" tends to imply electromagnetic shielding. "Expansion board" is a …
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex L
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Possible Duplicate: Should we enforce consistent abbreviating? Following on from Should we enforce consistent abbreviating?, could we vote on an abbreviation for consistency? RaspPi Rasp …
asked Jun 13 '12 by Alex L
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Raspi, or RasPi The Raspberry Pi foundation use it - see the Raspberry Pi FAQ: We will release a datasheet for the SoC which will cover the hardware exposed on the Raspi board e.g. the GPIOs. We …
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex L
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I think we should keep it limited to software/hardware questions, and keep purchasing/supply/etc news at the source of the information - the foundation. If Raspberry Pi news is relevant in an answer, …
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex L
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I'm going to play devil's advocate here, and disagree with the norm. I think that we should allow product recommendations, but only for peripherals (devices that are designed to extend the capabiliti …
answered Jun 16 '12 by Alex L
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Agreed - wait till next week to promote the site. In the mean time, you can refer users to the Area51 proposal so they can follow the progress.
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex L
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I think if it's possible to answer either Yes or No (by performing a benchmark, for example), then it should be allowed. It shouldn't entice discussion if it's measurable. For example: Can I …
answered Jun 14 '12 by Alex L