To make it simpler to experiment with the very low-power states of the ATmega on the JeeNode, I’ve moved some code to the Ports library.
It’s all wrapped up into a new “Sleepy” class:
This class is documented in the Café:
FWIW, I’m also evaluating the Redmine system as a way to bring the code repository, Café docs, issue tracker, and Talk forums all into one context:
That site is still experimental, so I’m not making it public yet. The one missing feature holding me back is that Redmine does not have a good spam prevention mechanism, such as Akismet. At least last time I looked. But all in all, this would be a great way to provide a place to describe projects, fill in the documentation, and track all code changes and bugs collaboratively. If you’d like to have a sneak preview, or want to have a place to describe your project, or perhaps would like to help with the fairly gigantic task of getting a good documentation section going, please email me.
I’ve started copying over some content, but it’s going to take a while before everything has been brought over and adjusted. Both the old and the new system use Markdown, but there are always them pesky little details…
Anyway, back to the topic at hand – enjoy the low-power options, and please consider sharing your explorations, findings, and inventions in the Talk discussion forums.