http://quoteinvestigator.com/2010/05/17/remain-silent/Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.
I was huge into the Pandora when it was out. I was developing a Gentoo OS for the Pandora before it came out using the original BeagleBoard.
The end of the story is a sad one. The Pandora died on me and was replaced twice. The third time, I asked for a refund and settled for a Google Nexus phone ever since.
My love of this community has never gone. I speak of this place frequently with my co-workers and friends when they ask how I got certain skills. EvilDragon has done an immense work keeping it going despite the difficult Pandora, and I hope the Pyra launches to great success.
I personally have not preordered yet. I have drifted away from hobbyist software development since "real life" knocked me out of it, but I can't describe how much I want to save up for this thing and dive back in.
Maybe this year. Maybe in a few months. Who knows?
Until then, I continue to lurk...
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I didn't realise pandora and pyra are considered for software development too, I saw the thumbsticks and figured it's designed use was emulation of legacy consoles.
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Look at all the software that was packed up, and sometimes specifically written for, the Pandora: http://repo.openpandora.org/I didn't realise pandora and pyra are considered for software development too, I saw the thumbsticks and figured it's designed use was emulation of legacy consoles.