[ale] Happy to subscribe

A. P. Garcia a.phillip.garcia at gmail.com
Fri Jun 29 12:21:04 EDT 2018

Hi, and welcome! I haven't been to a Decatur Makerspace Pii/Arduino
meeting yet, but I plan on going. I'm in Decatur as well. I've used
DD-WRT in the past, but I'm not using it at the moment. Have you tried
 RetroPie (https://retropie.org.uk/)? Good stuff. Aside from
retrogaming, I'm mostly interested in music applications as far as the
embedded space goes...

Phil Garcia

On Fri, Jun 29, 2018 at 1:29 AM, Abraham Moller via Ale <ale at ale.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Thank you for letting me subscribe to the list! I am looking forward to
> upcoming central meetings at Decatur Makers. I'm a PhD student at Emory
> University in microbiology with a strong bioinformatics component of my
> thesis.
> As far as Linux (outside of writing Perl/R scripts for bioinformatics), I am
> messing around with a Raspberry Pi 2, Zipit Z2, and soon a battery-powered
> router (RAVPower FileHub Plus). I have been using the RPi2 and Zipit Z2 for
> Forth programming, text-based adventures, text-based gaming in general,
> retro console emulation (via mednafen and higan), and ssh/telnet (as dumb
> terminals). I will be flashing the router with OpenWRT and using it as a
> portable Linux machine with long battery life, network-attached storage
> device, (potentially) a BBS host, and a WiFi extender.
> Is anyone interested in Linux router firmware (OpenWRT/DD-WRT) in this
> group? Do you coordinate with Decatur Makers for the Arduino/Raspberry Pi
> project nights?
> Thanks,
> Jon
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