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seems a little bit odd to offer a beagleboard in a contest where you obviously already need to have one in order to participate...
 
seems a little bit odd to offer a beagleboard in a contest where you obviously already need to have one in order to participate...
  
Answer by Dirk: You can win the newest BeagleBoard revision C1 with working USB HOST (EHCI) (workaround on existing boards: OTG port with special USB cable) and newest OMAP3 silicon revision ~2month before this revision is publically available by DigiKey.
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Answer by Dirk: You can win the newest [[BeagleBoard#Revision_C|BeagleBoard revision C1]] with working USB HOST (EHCI) (workaround on existing boards: OTG port with special USB cable) and newest OMAP3 silicon revision ~2month before this revision is publically available by DigiKey.
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If you want to advertise the contest on the front page of the wiki, you may.  Please keep it brief though. [[User:Tbird20d|Tbird20d]] 00:10, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
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Front page: Thanks, done. Please fix/change/remove as you like. [[User:Dirk|Dirk]]
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why aren't new projects approved?  [[User:Cagdask|Çağdaş]]

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seems a little bit odd to offer a beagleboard in a contest where you obviously already need to have one in order to participate...

Answer by Dirk: You can win the newest BeagleBoard revision C1 with working USB HOST (EHCI) (workaround on existing boards: OTG port with special USB cable) and newest OMAP3 silicon revision ~2month before this revision is publically available by DigiKey.

If you want to advertise the contest on the front page of the wiki, you may. Please keep it brief though. Tbird20d 00:10, 24 December 2008 (UTC)

Front page: Thanks, done. Please fix/change/remove as you like. Dirk

why aren't new projects approved? Çağdaş