- Wed Jan 03, 2018 9:02 pm
Mike works full time currently plus he teaches a maker space in his town which happened after the project was put in to play. He has also been working on an automated 3D printing rig which he has nearly perfected with so you could send batches of prints to the 3D printer and have it automatically scrape the print off the printer and print the next job in the batch pretty cool stuff actually check out his youtube page if you want to see it.
I have a feeling the ESP32 support is likely taking a back seat at this time likely this is not the end of the world as it will help bring the prices down of the ESP32 DEV KITS I suppose IDK I would love to see the support myself but to be honest I haven't touched a ESP for quite some time nor have I donated for quite a while to take something like this on is not a 1 day venture it took a little over a full year to get espbasic to where it is right now actually and that was a lot of banging away at the keyboard and finding bugs etc. So I get it myself.
Agreed support would be pretty sweet the extra GPIO's alone are going to be huge for my projects I'll likely be tearing down a bunch of power strips I made when this happens to throw in the ESP32.
Anyways just my take on it as you say onwards and upwards for now I've been messing with other projects around the house lots of things to do getting the work room more organized and aquiring some tools, messing with raspberry pi and so on. I still have a bunch of esp hardware to mess with as well I will not be bored even if it takes another year lol so I suppose I'll just keep plugging away with what I got. In the mean time I have a 3D printer on order as I want to give that a try as well :P