I’m back from my vacation with a fresh vision of Printoid and the next features to integrate 😉
I’ve received a lot of e-mails during the two previous weeks. I’m doing all my best to answer to everyone, please don’t worry if you haven’t received yours yet (more than 150 e-mails to read).
Thanks a lot for those who are trying to make their bug reports clear and complete! That’s really appreciable and save me a lot of precious time. Remember, here is the tutorial to learn the best practices to communicate a bug report to the developer.
Thanks also for the many feature requests you’ve suggested to me. Of course, everyone has a great point of view on how Printoid should helps the makers. I will examine each requests and integrate the best one in my road map. However some requests are probably not real requests but rather a misunderstanding on what’s Printoid really offers. A lot of you are requesting me to add a button for a specific GCODE command, or to control a GPIO port. I purely wont add any specific button for that, because Printoid still offers you the possibility to create your own buttons from the commands panel. So, don’t hesitate to read these tutorials : GCODE commands – SSH commands – HTTP (cURL like) commands 😉
Unfortunately, I haven’t received a lot of messages about the 1st timelapse contest. Probably because most of you are on vacation on August 😉 So I’ve decided to extend the contest, the new dead-line is now fixed to the 10st of September 🙂 You’ve now about 3 more weeks to produce your best timelapse to earn the amazing prices!
The next version of Printoid will probably come in 3 weeks. Because I need to plan the next features first, depending on all your last feedbacks 🙂