Now that a few people have started building JeeNodes for themselves, here’s a close-up:
Make sure you put that MCP1702 voltage regulator in exactly as shown. That’s the TO-92 package in the middle.
The board was intially designed for an LP2950, which has a different pinout. The MCP1702 does not have ground in the middle, hence the twisted positioning.
Note also how I use flat 6-pin headers, even for the FTDI connector. All the header pads are large enough to solder them on in any orientation you like.
FWIW, I’ve still got 9 JeeNode boards left (and probably all the parts needed as well). So if you want ’em let me know. I can send bare PCBs for €5 each. Or the PCB with all parts including 868 MHz radio and pre-flashed ATmega168 for €17.50. Shipping included if you order more than one.