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ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by robroy » Mon Mar 23, 2020 10:35 pm

The ODROID Magazine team will be publishing two more full issues in April and May 2020 before going on an indefinite hiatus.

We plan on introducing a new Community Edition in June 2020, which will be an abridged version of the magazine, supported by volunteers, in order to maintain continuity during our break.

If you would like to submit an article for the Community Edition, click here to review our submission guidelines.
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Re: ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by mad_ady » Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:40 am

Oh, sorry to hear you're going on a break...
I enjoy reading (and writing for) Odroid Magazine...

Waiting to see how the community edition will look like.

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Re: ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by robroy » Wed Mar 25, 2020 2:50 am

It will be similar to what we publish now, available on the website at https://magazine.odroid.com, with a generalized cover and 1-2 focused articles per month. You can still submit articles for publication on a volunteer basis, as the contributor reward program is on hold for now.
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Re: ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by back2future » Wed Mar 25, 2020 3:36 am

@robroy
What are Your experiences with Your oldest Odroid sbcs. Still in usage, functional, curiosities or missing favourite items compared to newer devices? That could be an interesting summary article or development overview? Thx.

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Re: ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by robroy » Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:06 am

All of my ODROIDs, including my original ODROID-X, are all fully functional and still in use. I use the X as an Android Smart TV, and even have an X2 running as a local Wordpress sandbox off a solar panel with 100% uptime for 4 years.

We would welcome an article from you regarding legacy ODROIDs :)
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Re: ODROID Magazine Community Edition

Post by back2future » Wed Mar 25, 2020 4:45 am

Sorry, but my oldest experiences started with reading about Xu3's and rebooting Xu4's for learning on kernel adjustments like no x86 before, but that's the fun with diverse peripherals also :)
From what i've seen Odroid-X was a SoM on carrier board from around 2012 without cooling devices and Odroid-X2 a ventilated successor, 300MHz faster, but also Samsung Exynos4412.
The ones wanting to see an U3 are more lucky than these searching for legendary electronics U2* maybe in retrospective . But even more interesting, experiences come from people having these boards in their mind with names appearing :)
Greetings to West Coast and friendly China Town and thanks for adding Your experiences.

[* sorry for getting off-topic :) https://www.hardkernel.com/shop/odroid-u2/ ]

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