- Nov 21, 2016
Thanks to the crew, we had a good time watching here in Toulouse, France. I think I'll watch it again to make sure I grasp everything though, we chatted a lot ^^
This might be easier for you than typing up a news post. When you have news for us, do a short 10 minute live stream telling us what important things have happened or are upcoming, then you can answer a couple questions. I really like that idea, especially since we get to see the Pyra (yes, I know there are pictures, but it's still fun to look at it).If you liked it, I might setup something simpler myself (with two cameras, one front and one GoPro, like I used here to show the closeups) and do this myself on a regular basis (but shorter)
Fix: drink more espresso. Unless you're already drinking espresso I guess, I which case, gosh you drink a lot of coffee!I have one of the Pyra mugs currently available. They're a bit on the small side (coffee quantity required is twice as large as consumption device). How about mugs big enough to fit a Pyra in?
aTc doesn't have the newest revision of the PCBs so the current OS image wouldn't work on EDs latest prototype without a bit of work of shoving the latest kernel into it, ED didn't have the time to do that before the video started. So he used one of Nikolaus testing OS images.I got to watch 10 minutes on a break but I'll watch the full thing tonight. I couldn't think of a question to ask, oh well. It looks like everything is moving along though. I was watching when you were talking about the OS, I hoped using debian would have put it farther along. I remember how the Pandora software started out and now it is really good so I think Pyra will get there, hopefully faster since debian was picked this time around.
That is a really good question... The 8 month really sound like another setback. Although on the other hand the prototypes would be tested much more in-depth. But maybe ED meant 8 weeks?Was a pretty cool Stream,
I didn’t saw it live (sadly) but EvilDragon dit lots of answers..
also one of my questions (do you expect to sell more pyrae than pandora??)
But not my other questions..
So the only way to know if the Pyra is Unimog Proof will be to try it out myself ..
He said something that a new Run will take 8 Months
But on a diverent topic he said something whit may be release in Oktober..
I don’t know cause my English,
Can someone explain this part ??
Would you even have to desolder them to replace that spring though?Awesome to see the nubs deconstructed for the first time. I know some people who tend to twist joysticks and nubs, so I'll have to bear that in mind if I lend them my Pyra! At least it's only four solder pegs to desolder to replace them, rather than the chinese puzzle of getting all of the solder pads off a Pandora's nub at the same time.