I have preliminary SPI support working.
It's just programmed IO, and there are still a lot of things to do, but at least it gets a few bytes out on the line.....
Someone who can compile his own kernel.
Someone who can apply a patch. I.e. can follow directions like: "can you change the constant on line XX to YY and see if that improves things?"
Someone who has a 'pi.
An RPI_SERIAL board. http://www.bitwizard.nl/catalo.....ucts_id=69
One of our SPI expansion boards. You chose which one. (Free!)
I would like you to make something with that expansion board. Open the curtains, display the temperature of your fish tank, or turn on the coffee machine at 7AM before you get up in the morning. I don't care. You choose your project. Chose your free expansion board wisely . Then a short "howto" must be posted in a public spot. For example here, at element14, hackaday, Make magazine, or instructables.