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== Space ==
 
== Space ==
  
roberthl and ms7821 did an epic tidying up. Anything that looked worthwhile scavenging is now in two boxes near the gas meter, all the other stuff will be taken away for dumping at some point.
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roberthl and Mark did an epic tidying up. Anything that looked worthwhile scavenging is now in two boxes near the gas meter, all the other stuff will be taken away for dumping at some point.
  
russss started work on some [[Space Rules|house rules]].
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Russ started work on some [[Space Rules|house rules]].
  
 
== Projects etc ==
 
== Projects etc ==
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[[File:Logicish1.jpg|thumb|Screenshot of logic analyser]]
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* Daniel got the AVR on his TQFP32-to-DIL32 converter PCB talking to his computer.
  
dsikar got the avr on his TQFP32 to DIL32 converter pcb talking to his computer.
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* Jasper can now convert the data on the logic analyser to the format used by the sump client (some bugs still).  He continues to be plagued by toolchain issues.
  
Jasper can now convert the data on the logic analyser to the format used by the sump client (some bugs still):
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* Mark and Magnus did the first Hackspace all-nighter working on Magnus's project.
 
 
[[File:Logicish1.jpg|thumb]]
 
 
 
He continues to be plagued by toolchain issues.
 
 
 
ms7821 and magnus did the first Hackspace all-nighter working on their project.
 

Revision as of 12:36, 3 June 2010

New Space

roberthl and solexious viewed some new spaces, pics here:

Space

roberthl and Mark did an epic tidying up. Anything that looked worthwhile scavenging is now in two boxes near the gas meter, all the other stuff will be taken away for dumping at some point.

Russ started work on some house rules.

Projects etc

Screenshot of logic analyser
  • Daniel got the AVR on his TQFP32-to-DIL32 converter PCB talking to his computer.
  • Jasper can now convert the data on the logic analyser to the format used by the sump client (some bugs still). He continues to be plagued by toolchain issues.
  • Mark and Magnus did the first Hackspace all-nighter working on Magnus's project.