[3dprinter-general] support for electronics

Nicolas Dandrimont olasd at debian.org
Fri Sep 19 17:38:38 UTC 2014

* Bas Wijnen <wijnen at debian.org> [2014-09-16 21:29:02 +0200]:

> Hi,
> I'm currently working on replacing the Arduino on my printer with the Nucleo
> stm32f411, an ARM-based microcontroller board.  There are some tools required
> for building for and uploading to the board, which are available on the
> internet but not yet in Debian.  I'm currently packaging them.  (In case you
> want to know what they are: stlink from github and stm32cubef4 from st.com, the
> manufacturer.)
> Should I do this as part of the 3dprinter team?  Or do you think it is out of
> our scope?  Personally I think it fits here (similarly to how debian-med
> packages everything their packages require, even if medical isn't the main
> target), but if the consensus is that it doesn't, then I'll upload them ouside
> the team.

Hi Bas,

I'm all for keeping those packages around here as I don't think we have much of
an "electronics"-related team.

Thanks for bringing this up.

Nicolas Dandrimont

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