Introduction

In this episode we talk about Fuchsia OS, Fedora Flock, the new protomezzanine from the mezzanine-community repository and more! Join us as we meet with Sahaj Sarup from Geek Till it Hertz to discuss his efforts around the Magenta Kernel and Fuscia OS for 96Boards. The community chimes in on 96Boards issues and forums posts and finally we take a look at the 96Boards Mezzanine initiative and the newly tested “proto-mezzanine” (links, video and chat log below).

Video

Chat log

Sahaj Sarup - SS
cool

Todd Thal - TT
Yes...
Regrex r our friend...

Sahaj Sarup - SS
scream qualcomm, while wearing that glove

Robert Wolff - RW
https://github.com/96boards/website

Ragnar. - R
He's looking younger today. 

Robert Wolff - RW
Sahaj's last blog on Magenta kernel: https://www.96boards.org/blog/googles-magenta-kernel-hikey-960/
HiKey960 updates on development: https://www.96boards.org/blog/96boards-updates-development-aosp/
Mezzanine-Community initiative: https://github.com/96boards/mezzanine-community

Todd Thal - TT
Who is the maintainer (and or someone to give feedback about ?...)
https://github.com/96boards/website/blob/master/verticals/agriculture/README.md

Robert Wolff - RW
Shovan and myself are maintainers
@Todd
Verticals sections are a work in progress
https://github.com/96boards/mezzanine-community/tree/master/boards/kicad/proto-mezzanine

Sahaj Sarup - SS
Gpio ExpanderSX1509https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13601
Gpio ExpanderSX1509https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13601
Gpio Expander SX1509 https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13601

Robert Wolff - RW
Mani's Blog on Carbon: https://www.96boards.org/blog/zephyr-i2c-update-for-carbon/
Blog on Carbon: https://www.96boards.org/blog/bringing-the-carbon-to-life-bluetooth/
Andy!
To what do we owe the pleasure?

Andy from Workshopshed - AW
I was interested in the protoshield
Too slow
Work commitments
Maybe Tindie?
or a group buy thing
Cool

Todd Thal - TT
What is the "protoshield"?... links? wiki? GitHub about this?

Barry - B
The design in on GitHub so you can get your own printed locally

Robert Wolff - RW
@ToddL: https://github.com/96boards/mezzanine-community/tree/master/boards/kicad/proto-mezzanine

Tyeth - T
look at tax/customs categories, eg gift is low to zero tax.
i would put my first line of address as "Gift from my Gran" to reduce customs

Ilo Rivero - IR
Hi
Im here. Yeah october 19.
My pleasure to be part

Barry - B
https://twitter.com/uk_baz/status/903009566673309700

Tyeth - T
Has anyone found E-paper with driver over a couple of inches?
the pong looked good

Todd Thal - TT
I have a comment about "platform/frameworks/languages" "religion" issue that I see coming up, similar to problem like early ( and maybe even today) w linux (.. ask maddog history N lessons learned to do differently now)... when Robert asks I can mention the specifics I just observed...

Ilo Rivero - IR
Cool

Andy from Workshopshed - AW
Too close

Tyeth - T
you following the nodejs foundation stuff todd? i used to thnk it was a great example of dealing with commercial and technical and public stakeholders / framework religion until i heard from rodd vagg about madness today.
What's your latest beef?

Carl - C
Congrats!

Sahaj Sarup - SS
Android Oreo Hikey960https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JJQvyRqgl4

Robert Wolff - RW
@Sahaj: thanks

Sahaj Sarup - SS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JJQvyRqgl4

Carl - C
anyone with experience on openstack

Robert Wolff - RW
@Carl: are you the same Carl that added me on Linkedin the other day?

Carl - C
yup that's me

Robert Wolff - RW
Great!
Just wanted to make sure before I assumed when answering your message
thanks for connecting ! 

Carl - C
thank you
they all accept docker corret?

Tyeth - T
no to openstack only research. similarly there are starting to bring platform agnostic abstraction libraries for cloud provided services. still lambda is a bit new for that yet

Dieter - D
Sorry guys, I had to leave! Was a pleasure to listen 

Robert Wolff - RW
Thanks, Dieter!

Carl - C
FWIW ina a study or errors per lines of code on open sorce software postgresql was the best by far.
mssql was realy a port of sybase

Tyeth - T
and all so context specific

Andy from Workshopshed - AW
Catch you all later. Will check out the proto mezz on the recording. Cheerio

Tyeth - T
bye Andy

Robert Wolff - RW
Thanks, Andy!
Have a nice day

Kurt Taylor - KT
@Carl, I have been working on OpenStack for 4+ years, what do you need? Find me on freenode (krtaylor)

Todd Thal - TT
Http://databasecolumn.vertica.com/database-innovation/mapreduce-a-major-step-backwards
Michaels stonebreakers critique to mapreduce

maddog - M
I get a 404 on that database link

Todd Thal - TT
Link above is broke ...here is a working one
https://homes.cs.washington.edu/~billhowe/mapreduce_a_major_step_backwards.html

Carl - C
Are the futire topics listed somewheere?

maddog - M
I quickly read it, and this paper was not so much "for SQL" as it was "MapReduce it not good".  The mentions of SQL was more as an example of a high level language to access the data, not necessarily SQL itself.

Robert Wolff - RW
www.96boards.org/openhours/

Carl - C
OK - perfect1
it sounds like a reference linux core to me

Robert Wolff - RW
@Carl: could be