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    Are you a Linux user or Windows user? Or maybe a macOS user?

    To be fair it's been 5+ years ago and I hadn't given it a tenth of scrutiny and time dedication as I did over the years to master for dosbox emulation, so thanks for the news. I'll take these words as a start and might just start preparing for the pyra sooner than planned.
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    Are you a Linux user or Windows user? Or maybe a macOS user?

    Windows 7 for my day job (and I can report that a regularly updated win7 behaves already as bad for privacy and efficiency as win10) and for games ("stripped down" using tools like nlite) at home, but I am aspiring to Linux for day-to-day computing and hobby. I could say I'm "stuck" with...
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    Wanna watch an old computer render? You're in luck!

    Alt-tabbing to look at it every couple minutes. This is extremely cool (and I'm sure this statement only highlights my position as an influential authority on what's cool).
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    Case Improvements and the keymat

    Purely hypothetic, but I would argue that if the costs are comparable, a specialized solution with self-adhesive logos would be less messy for assembly: 1. Repeatability: when spraying by hand, especially a couple hundred logos, there is a possibility of spraying too little or too much...
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    Case Improvements and the keymat

    Oh I thought what is needed is a heat sink like a "radiator", that ribbed kind of thing. This looks like a heat pipe, sorry for the confusion I could cause with my previous post and it's unneccessary excitement. I'm so embarassed to have missed it. Thanks for the link. Also ED mentions sending...
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    Case Improvements and the keymat

    Sealing: @EvilDragon if You could please post here a .dxf (or any vector graphic, it's no big deal to convert them) to describe the shape of the sealing, or at least tell us the inner and outer size of a rectangular approximation, then starting monday I'd be happy to volunteer and ask around...
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    GPS weekcounter rollover and the Pyra mobile edition

    Not the first time it happened (see table below, notes from a lecture by my former professor Mr. George Preiss), although I don't know what happened to the functionality of any hardware (well, non-military hardware) during the 1st and 2nd "unwraps" of the week number. Further very basic on...
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    5G is coming... not in my lifetime

    Sure, never for a moment did I mean this is beneficial in regards to us absorbing all of that. Seeing that graphic makes me think it's all about making it convenient to stream everything, deliver everything to the screen and let the phone or desktop essentially be a dumb terminal. And a...
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    5G is coming... not in my lifetime

    Someone please correct me if I'm wrong or oversimplifying, but IIRC it's a correlation that (at least with what we use for telecom) the higher the radio frequency, the worse it is at penetrating terrain and obstacles. Regarding mostly Bernd's remark about content: the majority of the...
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    Wrapping everything up!

    This. Besides being sympathetic personally to, and generally trusting of ED, I think for this type of project, no deadline is needed- we're generally a pre-paying customer, not big CEO's putting money to the production department saying "here's the upfront payment. we need this product on the...
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    Wrapping everything up!

    There isn't a "live" schedule being officialy kept, as there is no deadline, so to speak (which I think is good for this type of project). I think You can make out the scenarios by reading news threads from the last couple of months; once in a while ED brings up a listing of components to be...
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    Wrapping everything up!

    I believe Your question wasn't taken seriously, but if I understand correctly Your confusion then here is an explanation: No we can't, the molds are the special designed metal elements that plastic is injected into to make the case. There is only one full set, so only one company at a time can...
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    Faltergeist: FOSS Fallout Engine

    I used to think a lot (I used to dream I'd make games, of course ;)) and wonder why the system You propose wasn't used so often in older crpgs. It'd add fun visuals and a feeling of all-around battle chaos- imho no matter how long would it take to plan a turn, it'd feel more fast-paced than...
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    WIP Report: No known hardware issues, 30 days of uptime

    I specifically meant updates on the project status, as in "news". Seeing as hockey season started some months ago and the project didn't seem to slow down at all, I don't think you need to worry about the progress.
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    WIP Report: No known hardware issues, 30 days of uptime

    IIRC EvilDragon's company has a lot of work because it's a video production company handling hockey matches, so I think we might get fewer updates than we did. On the other hand, there is a bigger shift towards software issues now rather than hardware, so reading the mailing list might bring...
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