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Chris Hamilton

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I contributed to the ROCK Linux meta-Linux distribution and several distributions with it. I retired from development when I joined Fast Search and Transfer in 2006. ROCK Linux discontinued development officially in 2010.

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Bruce Land wrote 07/28/2015 at 13:37 point

If you are going to add projects, how about content? Or are you just playing with the system?

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Michele Perla wrote 07/28/2015 at 15:51 point

+1

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Chris Hamilton wrote 07/28/2015 at 20:26 point

Sorry for messing up your feed.  I was just trying to get them all setup to capture development as I keep adding boards after they are mostly done.

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davedarko wrote 07/28/2015 at 11:26 point

What a flood of new projects! Is there a master project, where we can see some of those modules in action? Is it this? https://hackaday.io/project/2236-flex-modules

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Chris Hamilton wrote 07/28/2015 at 20:17 point

Yes, that is it.

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Moritz Walter wrote 08/25/2014 at 17:22 point
Thanks for the skull and +1 for the SociACL!

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Chris Hamilton wrote 08/25/2014 at 22:08 point
Thanks! Hoverlay is pretty amazing, you need to start selling them :). SociACL will be integrated into our evolving Flex Module wearable software stack. It will be released AGPL as we think it will add useful social capability to any connected service or device.

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engunneer wrote 08/18/2014 at 12:53 point
Thanks for the skull the other day! I've added a bit more content. Is there any other input you'd like me to consider?

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Chris Hamilton wrote 08/18/2014 at 21:10 point
Your project looks to be coming along pretty well and the video is well done. This is a great concept to bring Pmod to more dev boards. The Arduino shield might work with other architecture clones like the ST Nucleo. Looking through the Digilent Pmod boards, I am not sure what else there is for input :). Supporting Pmod for prototyping and shields is a great concept that should cut down prototype time.

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