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The 2014 plan for NETMF and Gadgeteer

Reply #10 — Posted 4yr ago
by mhectorgato | King | 37,168 exp
Reply #10 — Posted 4yr ago
by mhectorgato | King | 37,168 exp
What about namespaces ... will GHI.Premium be depreciated?
Reply #11 — Posted 4yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #11 — Posted 4yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
mhectorgato says:
What about namespaces ... will GHI.Premium be depreciated?

Correct, just like how it is now in the current beta SDK.
Reply #12 — Posted 4yr ago
by Reinhard Ostermeier | King | 37,718 exp
Reply #12 — Posted 4yr ago
by Reinhard Ostermeier | King | 37,718 exp
mhectorgato says:
What about namespaces ... will GHI.Premium be depreciated?

In fact GHI did not deprecate the namespaces. They just renamed everything.
I think this what you get used to when the Minor Version changes Snooty
Reply #13 — Posted 4yr ago
by Reinhard Ostermeier | King | 37,718 exp
Reply #13 — Posted 4yr ago
by Reinhard Ostermeier | King | 37,718 exp
Gary says:

We can't share all the details yet but we can tell you that you will be very happy with what Microsoft will announce very soon.

Is this a normal or a GHI "soon" Cheesy
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Reply #14 — Posted 4yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
Reply #14 — Posted 4yr ago
by Duke Nukem | Legend | 67,053 exp
Sometimes getting folks to embrace the obvious is a hell of a fight, which really makes you wonder why sometimes. The future is waiting for Gadgeteer to make it happen.
Reply #15 — Posted 4yr ago
by njbuch | King | 26,158 exp
Reply #15 — Posted 4yr ago
by njbuch | King | 26,158 exp
This is seriously good stuff! I am looking forward to try the Hydra, when will Mouser reduce the price?
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Reply #16 — Posted 4yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
Reply #16 — Posted 4yr ago
by ppatierno | Senior | 3,010 exp
The only problem with Hydra is that it doesn't support SSL :-(
Reply #17 — Posted 4yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
Reply #17 — Posted 4yr ago
by HughB | Hero | 18,611 exp
So do I take it that with the Cerb family firmware going closed source that means OSHW boards that use the cerb firmware like threadneedle and Ingenuity micros Octopus will have to be withdrawn?
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Reply #18 — Posted 4yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #18 — Posted 4yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
ppatierno says:
The only problem with Hydra is that it doesn't support SSL :-(

Then the community should use this as an exercise to rebuild the firmware Smiley
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Reply #19 — Posted 4yr ago
by 4egod | Senior | 2,250 exp
Reply #19 — Posted 4yr ago
by 4egod | Senior | 2,250 exp
You're probably tired of hearing it, but how about PPP in your plans 2014? Whistling

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