Issue 109 / Week 52 / 2022
This is a hand-picked selection of last week's content from a keyboard enthusiast's perspective. Posts that may teach you something, make you think and contribute to the common knowledge of the DIY builder community.
There are 12 entries in this issue:
Dead week, giveaway feedback, vendor database updates, etc.
Nick Brassel (@tzarc), one of QMK’s Directors, wasn’t satisfied with keyboards only having switches and an indicator LED or three.
More than a year after the announcement, Pangaea 1.2 with its notoriously flexible layout has been released.
Hide-key's new design is a Christmas ornament shaped macropad with X switches.
Hide-key's another macropad design: Sunflower #001.
Tips & Tricks
Fusion by steven4012 updated with a supercap and solar charging.
Technofrikus shared a case design for Pylon's Boston, a compact 120%.
The 0xCB Helios is an Elite-C compatible development board sporting an RP2040 chip.
A keyboard designed entirely in Python – by hsgwchan.
This cool Berthold fototype diatronic typesetting machine was spotted by OnlineLion.
Squidgeefish hacked a rotary dial into a mechanical keyboard, replacing the numpad.
OGRE is a doomsday or simply field cyberdeck, a knock-off of Jay Doscher's Recover Kit. Shared by rmw156.
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