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Adafruit now has over 300 products – product feed XML!

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Adafruit now has over 300 products, a milestone for us and our open-source hardware biz – for those interested, you can view our new products here or if you use RSS/readers add our product feed XML! Thank you to our customers, fans and community!


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3 Comments

  1. Way to go. Keep up the great work!

  2. Hi Kids,
    what do you think about ExtraCore (Arduino Compatible) this kickstarter:
    http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/988159748/extracore-arduino-compatible

    Have you tested any?

  3. @kentb – that’s a little off topic for this post.

    1) we haven’t tried it

    2) they say “Creative Commons non-commercial licensed hardware” which is not in the spirit of open-source hardware or the project they’re attaching themselves too and using (arduino).

    phil is going to email the maker and see if he’ll consider making it commercial use allowed, like the arduino.

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