Quest 001: Teensy LC Challenge
It all started with a simple tweet. I was going through my parts inventory and found the two items collecting dust — I won them as prizes on HackADay.io for two of my projects there (you can check my profile here).
So I won 2 prizes from @hackadayio back in 2015: a "#Teensy LC" & a "Cordwood Puzzle".— H e f n a w i 🦙 (@hefnawi_) August 16, 2019
Thanks @szczys @asiwatch
I was busy since then & never used it, so now it's time to put it to Good Use.🤓
Kindly reply with a suggestion & I will do my best to make & document it on my weblog. pic.twitter.com/giGu5thYSU
I thought that I should make a project using these prizes, but then I thought if I just make a single project it won’t cut it; so I decided it would be great to start a challenge were you (the community — I happen to have 3.9k followers on HackADay.io) suggest project ideas and I build, make and document these projects, which means sharing my project(s), my build logs, my comments and a little bit of experience with the community. This would definitely cut it!
How to submit ideas
So how all of this works? Well, I invite you to suggest/submit a project idea by commenting on this post below (you will need a github account, it’s free.), alternatively you can mention me on twitter
@hefnawi_ or publish a tweet with this hashtag:
I urge you to submit your ideas and don’t think about it, I will be the judge of whether I can make it or not, but then where is the challenge if you just think I can make it, right? 😄
Note: All projects (including build logs & firmware / codebase) are going to be released online under an open source license on this Github reopsitory.
I won a Teensy LC back in 2015 from #HackADay and I am proposing a challenge:— H e f n a w i 🦙 (@hefnawi_) August 17, 2019
Kindly reply with a project idea & I will do my best (hopefully ^_^) to make & document it using a Teensy LC on my weblog in the order I receive your requests.#Hefnawi_TeensyLC_Challenge #Teensy 🦙