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I've built my Atreus

I've built my Atreus

From:
Alberto Zaccagni
Date:
2015-08-06 @ 15:02
Hello,

I managed to build it and I've posted my experience:

https://github.com/lazywithclass/lazywithclass.github.io/blob/master/2015-08-05/README.md#building-the-atreus-keyboard
 Hoping someone might find something useful in it :)

Cheers

Alberto

Re: [atreus] I've built my Atreus

From:
Phil Hagelberg
Date:
2015-08-07 @ 00:49
Alberto Zaccagni <alberto.zaccagni@lazywithclass.com> writes:

> I managed to build it and I've posted my experience:
> 
https://github.com/lazywithclass/lazywithclass.github.io/blob/master/2015-08-05/README.md#building-the-atreus-keyboard

I've added this to the build logs page on the wiki; hope you don't mind.

  https://github.com/technomancy/atreus/wiki/BuildLogs

One thing I noticed was that with the way you got the keys on backwards,
it's actually not required to remove all the switches and flip them
around physically; you can just fix it from firmware. (I did this on the
first board I created.) I've documented this in the firmware readme, but
maybe it needs to be somewhere more noticeable?

  https://github.com/technomancy/atreus-firmware#pinout

Anyway, good job getting it put together. =)

-Phil

Re: [atreus] I've built my Atreus

From:
Alberto Zaccagni
Date:
2015-08-07 @ 15:43
If you spot any errors let me know and I'll fix.
I'm happy for it to be in the wiki Phil! Thanks.

Lance I'm happy you found it useful.

On Fri, 7 Aug 2015 2:49 am Phil Hagelberg <phil@hagelb.org> wrote:

> Alberto Zaccagni <alberto.zaccagni@lazywithclass.com> writes:
>
> > I managed to build it and I've posted my experience:
> >
> 
https://github.com/lazywithclass/lazywithclass.github.io/blob/master/2015-08-05/README.md#building-the-atreus-keyboard
>
> I've added this to the build logs page on the wiki; hope you don't mind.
>
>   https://github.com/technomancy/atreus/wiki/BuildLogs
>
> One thing I noticed was that with the way you got the keys on backwards,
> it's actually not required to remove all the switches and flip them
> around physically; you can just fix it from firmware. (I did this on the
> first board I created.) I've documented this in the firmware readme, but
> maybe it needs to be somewhere more noticeable?
>
>   https://github.com/technomancy/atreus-firmware#pinout
>
> Anyway, good job getting it put together. =)
>
> -Phil
>

Re: [atreus] I've built my Atreus

From:
Phil Hagelberg
Date:
2015-08-08 @ 01:05
Alberto Zaccagni <alberto.zaccagni@lazywithclass.com> writes:

> If you spot any errors let me know and I'll fix.
> I'm happy for it to be in the wiki Phil! Thanks.

Do you think you could add a note at the bottom that desoldering and
flipping it wasn't strictly necessary and that it could be fixed in
firmware? That might be helpful if anyone else runs into the same
problem.

-Phil

Re: [atreus] I've built my Atreus

From:
Alberto Zaccagni
Date:
2015-08-08 @ 12:14
Sure thing, I've updated the post.

On Sat, 8 Aug 2015 at 02:06 Phil Hagelberg <phil@hagelb.org> wrote:

> Alberto Zaccagni <alberto.zaccagni@lazywithclass.com> writes:
>
> > If you spot any errors let me know and I'll fix.
> > I'm happy for it to be in the wiki Phil! Thanks.
>
> Do you think you could add a note at the bottom that desoldering and
> flipping it wasn't strictly necessary and that it could be fixed in
> firmware? That might be helpful if anyone else runs into the same
> problem.
>
> -Phil
>

Re: [atreus] I've built my Atreus

From:
Lance Wicks
Date:
2015-08-06 @ 21:14
Alberto,
Thanks for posting that. My kit arrived this week and I'm looking forward
with some nerves to getting started. Your post is really helpful and
reassuring.
Lance