2022_1: Snakes in the #%*$& Van
Goal: Layout the requirements and design of a system to use CircuitPython as a basis for a Camper Van (or RV or Boat) monitoring, tracking and alerting system.
NOTE: This may never be built on CP but I'd like to go through the thought experiment.
2022_2: 3D Mouse Project
Goal: Document requirements and design a 3D CAD mouse which will work with Fusion 360. This might also be called a Jog Wheel.
NOTE: It is very likely this will work with other programs, but my needs are for it to work with Fusion 360.
Review of 2021
2021_1: CircuitPython Secrets
This is still a valid discussion. What is not clear is how we could expose a CPython
interface without it just being a wrapping around a text file. If that is true, why not make a loadenv like library?
2021_2: Package Management for CircuitPython Circup made big leaps this year and is working well-enough. I do think long-term the download the zipfile approach become too fragile and too hard to centrally manage, but it works great for now. ;-)
2021_3: CirctuiPython Cameras The notes I put together focused on the higher-end camera capabilities. Adafruit did create camera libraries which work for the lower resolution cameras, but nothing high resolution that I'm aware of. With CP on the Raspberry Pi I wonder if it can find a path forward. Raspberry Pi High Quality Camera with 12.3 megapixel Sony IMX477 sensor
Current CP Camera Libraries