MonoChron-Beta-0-6. That was only yesterday at 3:30, And we’re already a couple more revs down the road. The code is stable, We’re just bug hunting. MonoChron is an OpenSource Hardware solution from LadyAda of AdaFruit.Com. I created the IntruderChron variant of the clock, and LadyAda has created 3 additional variants. The firmware is difficult to load, and only one could be loaded at a time. The MultiChron solution is to combine all 4 variants into one firmware load, and allow the user to select, randomize, or rotate through the variants. This project is documented on the Clock forum at Adafruit.Com with the full knowledge of LadyAda and AdaFruit. This software is distributed under Creative Commons, and extended as such. My involvement has been to design and implement the software effort. I have been aided by CaithSith2 and have credited such in the About screen. Music is Tropic of Capri by Vladimir Jan Rebek (BMI) of freeroyaltyfreemusic.net. Thank you for the use of your music.
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