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Workshop Update for August 16th, 2012

Posted on Thursday, August 16th, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

Today we finished the Singapore Maker Faire video. Sent out thank yous. Refreshed the Logic Sniffer wiki a bit and moved older stuff to a new page.

Maker Faire New York applications are due tomorrow (August 17th). We submitted a request for a table and a presentation proposal. We’ll also be giving a 10 minute talk about USB at the Open Hardware Summit around 3pm.

The Bus Pirate Demo Board v5 firmware was cleaned up, and submitted to our SVN. We fixed a few bug in the I2C ADC and DAC emulators.

We updated the FT311D breakout Board with some hardware changes. We added pull-ups on the I2C lines, broke out the 3.3, and 5v power lines, and added jumpers for the I2C pullups.

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  1. Philip says:

    those badges are awsome/!!

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