hippy wrote: ↑Fri May 25, 2018 3:47 pmhttps://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/eben-q-a-2
"For the first six months or so we’re going to be figuring out exactly what people want from a Raspberry Pi 4. We’re listening to people’s comments about what they’d like to see in a new Raspberry Pi, and I’m hoping by early autumn we should have an idea of what we want to put in it and a strategy for how we might achieve that".
What's the official way for Pi users to get their comments to Eben and the team on what they'd like a Pi 4 to be, what they'd like to see it have ?
The official way seems to be to either talk with one of the raspberry PI foundation people face to face, (after being picked for such an event), or to participate in an official RPF organized Q&A session.
If I see a good idea, I email the thread URL to those that might be interested. However, we are limited by the capabilities of whatever soc we might be using, so good ideas tend to be those related to the board itself. And most of those have been suggested already.mahjongg wrote: ↑Fri May 25, 2018 5:02 pmThe official way seems to be to either talk with one of the raspberry PI foundation people face to face, (after being picked for such an event), or to participate in an official RPF organized Q&A session.
What is NOT official is that some random person starts spouting his half informed own needs and wants in this forum.
We (most forum participants here) especially don't need and want requests that are "Pie in the sky", and "wishful thinking" based.
If you really have something positive to contribute, preferably don't do it by posting it on this forum, and before you do, try to inform yourself on how realistic it is what you want, and does it fit well with the prime directive of the raspberry PI foundation (getting British kids to learn to program again as a hobby, as they did with their Sinclair-Spectrums, BBC's and their C64's, like they did in the 80's).
I think that Eben does nothing but talk with others about possible directions the RPF can go with the PI, all day long.
I don't think he has time to read any more threads like this, that are known as YAPP&UT. [Yet another pink ponies & unicorns thread], as some people I know call it.
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