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As stated in the blog post about the new releases, I’m working as fast as I can to prepare all the products for shipment, and will be updating the shop and forum as soon as they are available. The Monitoring Station Kit will take a little bit more time to be released because we’ll be changing the contents of the kit slightly. In the meantime, I’ve been updating all the documentation for the new hardware and creating new example sketches because everyone needs to be aware of the changes required in the hardware and programming code in order to use these new boards due to the slight differences between versions.
Always a lot of work getting a new revision out and running compatibility tests. I’ve admired the way
Paul Stoffregen of PRJC created a fishbowl for the releases, one I remember with the Teensy had a process of managing/advertising the release and being clear about it being in beta https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/27689-Teensy-LC-Beta-Testing
@shicks (and sarad) I wonder if that would work to help?. I’m sure some people don’t want to touch it until the kinks are ironed out, and others happy to volunteer to be on the cutting edge (hopefully not too much of a bleeding edge).
Of course, with a fish bowl, and keen interest in the hardware, its always nice to see the list of tasks to be completed before releasing, and how far through them, and then don’t have to ask every two weeks how its going 🙂