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Metadata Update from @mareksu:
- Issue assigned to mareksu
Hi @pwhalen, could you please review my release note announcing the new Xfce ARM image? It's formatted with AsciiDoc:
.Xfce installation image for 64-bit ARM
An installation image with the Xfce desktop environment is now available for the 64-bit ARM (AArch64) architecture. The image is useful for systems that do not support hardware graphics acceleration or for other low-performance systems.
The image currently supports the following 64-bit ARM devices:
* Raspberry Pi 3
* 96boards HiKey
* 96boards Dragonboard 410c
Additionally, Fedora continues to provide the following installation images for 64-bit ARM:
For more information, see link:https://arm.fedoraproject.org/.
Also, I have a couple of questions:
The Fedora ARM page already lists Xfce as a downloadable image: https://arm.fedoraproject.org/
What does this change add on top of that?
The change says that Pine64 is supported but I can't see the device as supported on the wiki: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Architectures/ARM#Supported_Hardware_and_Devices
Should Pine64 be added to the wiki or is it supported only with Xfce?
@pbokoc, quick question: Would this release note fit better under desktop/Desktop.adoc or sysadmin/Distribution.adoc?
Oops, missed the question :) It's fine in Distribution. Fixed in #405.
Metadata Update from @pbokoc:
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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