I really like the price and form-factor of the CC3000 WiFi module http://www.ti.com/product/cc3000
and I REALLY link the concept of SimpleLink for a headless embedded device http://www.ti.com/ww/en/simplelink/
From what I can tell, there is no Arduino support for the module and from what I read, the module supports DHCP, DNS, TCP/IP and UDP but not much else (ie no HTTP) - for sure less than the current Ardunio WiFi shield (that works great but it too expensive for my needs and does not have the SimpleLink capability) ...
So my question is - does anyone have an idea how hard it would be to hook up the module to an Uno (SPI interface is pretty straightforward) and to get a library in place to support the module to the point that we could hook up to cosm.com (formerly pachube.com aka patch bay).
PS: BTW I'd be willing to build the shield and provide it to the community to do the API work