I created a repository for the project at GitHub here: https://github.com/eliotk/OpenExo

I plan on using it to store and version the Arduino code. I’d also like to host and version some Fritzing files there.  I’ll also use the issue tracker for todos, enhancements and bugs related to both the software and the hardware. I feel like I’ve been keeping so much of the projected roadmap in my head. So this will be good to have it out in the open and also I think it’ll help clear my mind so I can iterate more quickly through the items.

2 Responses to “New GitHub Repo for OpenExo Project”

  1. Best of luck with the project.

    You might want to consider some of the features of a compound bow for an non-electric means of storing and amplifying mechanical forces.

    Appropriate tech and relatively lightweight is the way to go.

  2. Thanks Mike! That’s a great idea to consider the mechanics of a compound bow as an alternative power system. I wonder what that might look like…

    I agree that the goal is desired functionality with the least of amount of tech (complexity) and weight as possible.

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