It wouldn't attach to the op for some reason.
#Aquarium is up and running, I've stuck to small things so I can have shrimp and plants without too much drama. I still have to go get my CO2 tank before I put more plants in there. Anyone else have trouble with neon tetras having a low survival rate the first couple weeks after introduction? Nothing else is having any difficulty, and I can't find any sign of anything wrong with the few casualties...
Just got my 20 gallon high aquarium set up, some plants and first inhabitants introduced (4 week process), and I caught myself examining the power requirements of the lights and heater and matching it to various hardware I can attach to my ESP32 or an Armbian distro powered SBC.
It's a sickness, and I embrace it.
Just over a day left on my crowd supply campaign, www.crowdsupply.com/thomas-mckahan/obsidian-esp32
The update is stuck in limbo, but by shifting some of the process to my shop (just the ESP32-WROVER-B) I can *significantly* reduce my on-hand inventory costs, so the project is funded pending the update by Crowd Supply. Snag one, they're a lot of fun for #Python hacking, #Arduino IDE supported, music playing, and I have a hat that supports VGA and PS/2 interfaces using www.FabGLib.com
More info for anyone interested: https://www.crowdsupply.com/thomas-mckahan/obsidian-esp32
Please note this is an untested design so far, I have PCB's in Fab as we speak, but please submit issue reports if you find anything rather than freaking out. 🙂
FabGL is a VGA and PS/2 library for ESP32 with examples ranging from a terminal application to a full GUI (think win 3.x)
As will be typical of my work, the board design files are licensed under the CERN OHL.
I will be raising funds to make a production run of my Rpi-form-factor #ESP32 board via CrowdSupply. The design will be released under CERN OHL 1.2 as soon as I have it stabilized and funded for a run.