A reminder for all those with outstanding piSmasher orders: If you have not done so already, you MUST fill out the online form. Also, in snickerdoodle news…another shipment of ~200 boards just landed at Crowd Supply and we’ve started the next batch of snickerdoodle blacks. Combined, this will represent the LAST of the preordered snickerdoodles – we made it!!! These are likely still several weeks from shipping, but the light at the end of the tunnel is starting to get a lot brighter. Read the full update.
Attention, snickerdoodlers! Two important updates. First, if you still want a piSmasher, you need to take action now. Second, we will soon have a new website for hosting documentation and other snickerdoodle resources. Read the full update.
50 more snickerdoodles are on track to be delivered to Crowd Supply later this week, which accounts for the last of the ‘original’ snickerdoodle pre-orders... Read the full update.
You asked, we delivered: as of last week, snickerdoodle's STM32 Platform Controller codebase is fully open source! All production firmware for the STM32 has been publicly released on GitHub. Read the full update.
It’s high time for another snickerdoodle update! First, we’re pleased to announce the official “launch” of a brand new snickerdoodle/krtkl Wiki! Check it out at: http://wiki.krtkl.com Read the full update.
Apologies for the radio silence – December was a quite the crazy month, but the good news is we were able to get another 167 snickerdoodle blacks delivered to Crowd Supply (on top of the 147 snickerdoodles delivered in November). Per the last stock count, CS has ~350 snickerdoodles (split evenly between ‘regulars’ and ‘blacks’) working their way out the door. We’ve started the process of getting another 200 or so delivered by the end of February, so more and more (extremely patient, kind, and understanding) backers should start seeing krtkl packages showing up on their doorstep! Read the full update.
More hardware is "in the mail!" Delivery was delayed a couple days on each end due to the Thanksgiving holiday…and subsequent Black Friday/Cyber Monday madness ‘breaking' UPS/FedEx/USPS. In any case, another ~150 snickerdoodles are making their way out Crowd Supply’s door at this very moment, with another ~175 doing the same in another week or so. Read the full update.
Apologies for the radio silence - we’ve been awaiting final delivery of all the parts needed for this next production run for the past several weeks and are *finally* on track to receive the last of the components by the end of this week (or so we’ve been told). That puts us another three or four weeks or so out from shipping another batch to Crowd Supply for fulfillment. Read the full update.
snickerdoodlers, Another wave of boards from the aforementioned ‘reworks' made it up to Crowd Supply last week and are making their way out the door. This week we’re kicking off the process of getting parts in for the next production build, which will take a few weeks. Read the full update.
Here’s a quick update on the status of everything, including snickerdoodle, piSmasher, and shipping dates. Read the full update.
First, we figured out the snickerdoodle yield issue that’s been plaguing us for months. After chasing down countless leads and testing hypothesis after hypothesis – mystifying even the Xilinx support engineers in the process – we deductively narrowed the problem down to an undocumented function within the Zynq BootROM. Read the full update.
Quick update on what’s been happening with snickerdoodle. Work continues on establishing the root cause of this ridiculous manufacturing yield issue. Read the full update.
Apologies for skipping the update last week; we were holding out for some notable progress to report on. Despite the lack of “breakthroughs,” we wanted to let you know where things stand. Read the full update.
First off, after ironing out some supply chain “issues” (see: having your distributor increase your key component pricing 25-60% with no notice and for no apparent reason while pushing your lead times out 11 weeks...), our ‘test’ snickerdoodle batch is *finally* on the assembly line. These units are scheduled be ready next week and will (hopefully) provide us with some much-needed insight into what’s causing the production yield issues we’ve been seeing. Read the full update.
Hello snickerdoodlers: three topics we wanted to cover in this update. Read the full update.
We have officially received - and are in the middle of testing - just over half of this latest batch of 500 snickerdoodles (the rest are due in by mid-week). Read the full update.
We * finally * received the last part we were waiting for and have officially started the next 500pc snickerdoodle production run, meaning we should have more hardware ready to test in roughly two weeks. Read the full update.
snickerdoodlers, Welcome to 2017 – the year of the Fire Rooster…and the year “snickerdoodle" became a household name! Read the full update.
snickerdoodlers, As promised, we have an awesome update to share… After months of negotiations on behalf of the snickerdoodle community, we’re excited to announce that snickerdoodle black will now ship with a **100% FREE** license of SDSoC! Read the full update.
With 2015 in the rearview, there's nothing but exciting times ahead… Here’s a (super brief) update from the final week of the year. Read the full update.
It's only a matter of hours until the campaign is over - be sure to stock up on all your snickerdoodle needs. Read the full update.
Lots going on this week - and all leading towards successfully funding! Read the full update.
snickerdoodle is on FLOSS weekly! And an update on the Google Hangout. Read the full update.
Introducing the giggleBits baseboard, an open-source, hacker-friendly Gigabit Ethernet router + 802.1Qav Audio Video Bridging switch! Read the full update.