I'm not that interested in the apps that already exist in the O_C firmware and this blog isn't going to be about those at all.
This was a huge mistake.
I got my O_C two days ago, and I've spent pretty much all of that time reading source code and poking at it.
Sure, I tried Quantermain a little bit, and I tried Piqued a little bit. But I really haven't spent much time with the canonical firmware because I plan to eventually replace it almost entirely with my own stuff. O_C doesn't have much memory, due to Teensy not having much memory, so I have to make room for my ambitions.
However, as I looked at the source, I realized that learning how the O_C actually works as a user will answer a lot of my questions, and ultimately save me a lot of time.
So I'm putting the code away for a while, to just play around with O_C. Don't worry, I'll get back to the development part soon. See you on the other side!
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