- User Since
- Jun 9 2015, 12:52 PM (210 w, 6 d)
Thu, Jun 13
Wed, Jun 12
I spoke with Alex yesterday, they're looking into their interest in making their commercial SaaS option more Free as in Freedom. Their community version is currently non-free due to their editor and a couple of packages.
Thu, Jun 6
Tue, Jun 4
HE works well IMO.
Mon, Jun 3
Ahh, so it's a three line error message set? If so, it'd need to be:
if ABL fails, then: Clean Nozzle(s) > Restart Printer > Power off/on
With probing/leveling failed, it leaves the user without an immediate solution to their state.
Fri, May 31
This would be more clear than "Switch off/on": "Power off & on". We use the term "power off/on" in our documentation so it'll be consistent.
Thu, May 30
Wed, May 29
Spoke with Trey (mautic: sales) about potential paid development to clean up the blocking licenses. His manager offered an AO-hosted solution, with paid support and training for about $50k a year. Paid development on the blocking software packages would be additional potentially. Trey's looking into it and will get back to us.
May 23 2019
The OHAI doc was linked directly on the product page. I've added the Mini 1 version to the Accessories & Upgrades category. I noticed the Mini 2 version (outline only, no content) was in there as well and have pulled it out to drafts.
May 20 2019
May 14 2019
May 9 2019
May 8 2019
Contacted Wage ORM/Doctrine dev again through alternate method.
May 7 2019
May 3 2019
ORM/Doctrine Dev contact re-iterated that the parent MIT license was the intent. I'm following up with them to try to get that -nc changed.
May 2 2019
Contacted the dev of JMS/Serializer:
Contacted one of the contributors to this file through twitter, the only non-github contact option:
The Doctrine2 documentation is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Creative Commons Legal Code
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported
May 1 2019
Manual renders now, and is at 120 pages. Are we printing this? We'll need to check the spine width if so.
This looks related, from Manual.log:
\tf@toc=\write15 \openout15 = `Manual.toc'.
CDDL's okay to use. Following up with Froala and the submodules with -nc documentation licenses.
Updated link: file:///home/aleph/shared-j/Documents/marketing/planning/2018_Marketing-Plan/marketing-automation-credentials.odt
Apr 30 2019
Will there be confusion between HS and HS 0.5?
Apr 25 2019
Apr 24 2019
It's behaving on Chromium and looks good for both landscape & portrait, with and without the background graphics and headers.
From a Mautic contact:
Apr 22 2019
Loosening the top two screws prior to tightening the M 5 screw (followed by re-tightening the cover) releases the pressure on the screw, allowing for easier cable chain installation. My earlier comment occurred with a new user.
On Beta unit 0030, the Y-axis M5 screw was easily cross-threaded into the cable chain mount. The screw without having anything attached was hard to turn, making it hard to determine how strongly things are being tightened. Would freeing the screw along the Z-axis help keep things aligned and self-centered?
Apr 16 2019
Apr 11 2019
Apr 9 2019
@alexei: Thoughts on the above?
Mar 27 2019
@adam: this one should be added as well correct? https://www.lulzbot.com/store/tool-heads/lulzbot-mini-tool-head-v2
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