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Pedro Ângelo

  • programmer (mostly C/C++ and Python)
  • available for: coding tasks, device testing, ui/ux design and evaluation
  • learning goals: linux kernel, camera and display devices, graphics stack


Device Notes
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer (asus-tf101) broken bezel and power/volume button supports but works ok
Google Nexus 7 2012 (asus-grouper) original grouper (non-GSM) model
Motorola Moto E 2015 (motorola-surnia) cracked screen but works fine
PINE64 PinePhone (pine64-pinephone)

Google Nexus 7 2012 (asus-grouper)

I plan on using this device mostly for reading (EPUB,PDF,DJVU), web browsing and as a car screen (media playback and GPS/mapping).

Beyond hardware bringup and bug fixing, I plan on eventually look into getting hardware accelerated graphics working on it.

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer (asus-tf101)

I plan on using this device as a wireless display and touch controller for art installations.

As soon as grouper is working ok, I'll take a stab at mailining it through linux-grate, then look at getting video acceleration working.

PINE64 PinePhone (pine64-pinephone)

Just arrived :) my plan is to help getting it into daily driver status mostly by testing and bug-fixing


My current daily driver, running Android. As soon as I get the Pinephone working for me, I'll hack on this one for fun if I have the time.