BeagleBoard.org Linux Education Project
What is BLEP?
The BeagleBoard Linux Eduction Project (BLEP) is focused on creating embedded Linux training materials that utilize the BeagleBoard as a demonstration platform.
- ESC Chicago 2011 presentation
- ECE497 materials on eLinux Wiki
- BLEP presentation
- BLEP presentation and project source
Questions and Answers
Who can participate in the project?
Anyone. The project is open to all BeagleBoard.org participants.
What are the current project goals?
- a bootable USB Linux image for an x86 PC,
- known-good system sources for Angstrom and Android,
- bootable SD card images, and
- labs that can be executed hands-on using the BeagleBoard or BeagleBoard-xM.
When and how do the participants meet?
We typically meet on IRC channel #beagle on freenode.net in the regular flow of the day, but we also have a phone/IRC scheduled meeting with an entry on the Google calendar.
The meeting is initially scheduled for every other Tuesday at 10:30AM US Central time. The dial-in number is 877-561-6828 x21732661# in the United States. Country-specific dial-in codes can be found on the TI conference site.
What gets discussed in these meetings?
The current set of agenda items is published on this spreadsheet.