Great to see the hive of activity to get this out stable and usable with features. I tried two installation on a XO 1.75 and they went smoothly - not sure why on 2 occassions the XOs went "blank/dark" before reaching final stage that installation is successful.
Would try XO 1.0 and 1.5 and 1.75 (with a fast SD card instead) later. Don't have XO-4 for testing :-(
Any good suggestion as to what external USB would fit well for external storage as I am getting one 1TB soon?
Also what about supporting plug & play AP access with a USB Wireless N USB Adaptor? I had a RPi with 16G Khan Academy and wireless assess on a cheap Adaptor is a breeze. Would love to have less wires - minus the USB-Ethernet adaptor and cables into an external AP.
Pity I could not join for chat. My best wishes to you all hackers!
>From: Holt [[hidden email]]
>Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2013 04:17 AM
>To: 'XS Devel', 'Testing', 'Support Gangsters'
>Subject: Re: [Server-devel] help us finalize XS Community Edition version 0.3
>On 5/11/2013 1:40 PM, Richard A. Smith wrote:
>> On 05/10/2013 05:10 PM, Holt wrote:
>>> Now we're getting towards the halfway point of our community's 4th Hack
>>> Sprint outside Toronto here ( photos @
>>> ) hoping for testers across XO-1 (maybe!), XO-1.5, XO-1.75 and XO-4 --
>>> as things become much more reliable in coming weeks.
>> I've got XO-4s. I can test with. I'll be happy to try it if things
>> are far enough along.
>Thanks Richard and All joining our community calls today from several
>While many XSCE installs have worked on XO-1.75 and XO-4 today, rigorous
>testing is precisely what we need! Start here and please tell us your
>own needs en route:
>Caveat: XO-1 and XO-1.5 installs definitely now work "in the lab" (with
>some rough edges on XO-1 naturally) but truthfullly can't be supported
>until more testers hopefully appear =)
>Great news is we're currently ahead of scheduled in our projected
> May 8th to 13 Sprint Toronto
> May 13 Feature Freeze and alpha release
> May 19 beta release
> May 26 Final release
>/Huge thanks to the many talented volunteers making the big trek
>traveling multiple days to reach Toronto from around North America!!/
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