What do you want from CircuitPython in 2019? #CircuitPython2019 @circuitpython
As 2018 comes to a close we like to reflect on how the year went and set goals for 2019. In the last two years (2017, 2018) this has been a blog post by me (Scott aka tannewt). For 2019, we’d like to do it a bit differently. This time we’d like everyone in the CircuitPython community to contribute by posting their thoughts to some public place on the Internet.
Here are a few ways to post:
a video on YouTube
a post on the CircuitPython forum
a blog post on your site
a series of Tweets
We want to hear from you. When you post, please add #CircuitPython2019 and email [email protected] to let us know about your post so we can blog it up here.
The post can cover any topic related to CircuitPython. Here are some specific topics you could address:
These, of course, are just ideas to start from. Please us know about all ideas you have for CircuitPython.
We’ll read these over the holidays and into the first half of January. After the January 14th CircuitPython weekly we’ll draft an overarching vision post for CircuitPython in 2019 and discuss it in the following meeting.
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