Author: lopeztel

  • Making another split keyboard: Lily58 QMK edition

    With the previous success (see part1, part1-a and part2) in making a bluetooth keyboard, I decided to make another keyboard with a different approach: My excuse for building this keyboard was that my blue switches keyboard may be too noisy for the office, and the work desktop has no bluetooth (I know, sad, right?). The […]

  • Gnome Nord theme install script

    I’ll start this post by saying that I have a thing for the Nord theme, every time I clean install a system I go through the trouble of applying the theme to everything, which got me thinking that I could automate most of it, at least for my gnome installs. More info on Nord theme […]

  • Making a bluetooth split keyboard part 2

    This is a followup on a previous entry It has been a while since I last wrote about this but I’ve been busy: Flashing the first nRFmicro The very fist attempt at flashing the bootloader to my nRFmicro board failed miserably because I botched some pins on the main module so I used this as […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 28)

    Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 28)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry Our last session ended with us investigating Hobgoblin island and heading to the fortress, fun things happened: We found some monk-y or bard looking ogre, he was wearing eastern clothes and was playing a flute, incense and everything, when our cleric approached, he presented himself […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 27)

    Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 27)

    After a really long summer break and as a followup to my previous entry Having said our goodbyes to the Umberlee devotees, we set sail to hobgoblin-base island (that’s how I’m calling it). Our initial impression of the island was… It had been f*ed up real bad: there were a lot of longships (trident flag […]

  • Making a bluetooth split keyboard (Part 1-a)

    A bit of a followup on a previous entry, I’ve succeeded in turning a Chinese STM32F103 clone into a Black Magic Probe : I found some instructions in blackmagic-bluepill to follow I’ll try to summarize: wiring is important! Since the whole point of making the BMP flasher/debugger was to flash the nRFmicro, I followed the […]

  • RGB WiFi enabled lamp (Part 2)

    As promised in my previous entry, I’ll go into some details related to how I implemented effects on my RGB Lamp: All the code is available at my github repo or the mirror repo on my self-hosted gitea instance The idea is to have mqtt messages triggering different behavior in my code, the design consists […]

  • Infinitime 1.2-0 on PineTime, from scratch

    It seems that it is normal for me to buy stuff/parts/devkits and let them accumulate some dust before getting back to the project pile … Just recently I read on the Pine64 Blog June update that Infinitime 1.2 was coming soon… Then I remembered I had ordered a PineTime devkit (part of the first batch […]

  • Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 26)

    Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 26)

    As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry Last session ended with us trying to rescue some people from a temple at Elvsund, this happened: We found some armor decorated with a crest: two waves parting ways from the middle (this is the same crest everywhere in the temple) Our Barbarian made an […]

  • RGB WiFi enabled lamp (Part 1)

    Following up on hobby projects, this past few weeks I’ve been working a lot on my abandoned WiFi enabled RGB lamp The inspiration On one of those days you end up searching for random stuff across the internet I came across a project called Twisted WiFi-controlled Desk Lamp on Thingiverse (awesome site, check it out), […]

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