If you have a Pi :). I think that the most important part would be step-by-step instructions on the dependencies, how to get the code, how to compile it and how to get in on the boards on *nix systems (Windows might be hard, but maybe cygwin might be of help ...). Some of those steps are still missing or obscure. It's okay if you have a disposable machine to test on, but things such as compiling a gcc version can be messy. Though I think you can get everything running on e.g. OS X using macports, it is a bit too much of a gamble on a production system to test it out.
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