Quote from: retrolefty on Sep 18, 2012, 03:08 amI've argued that this sort of mistake is just not on many times, Not sure I understand what you are saying here. Care to rephrase?We need to start an Aussie -> English dictionary, or we're never going to get anywhere."Just not on" = "Simply unacceptable" OK, I don't get it, but will except it."Stuff up" = "Egregious error" I like FUBAR, but I could live with this one."Go for broke" = "Go for it" Hardly a difference there mate."Flat out like a lizard on a rock" = "Really busy" Doesn't translate, sorry.
I've argued that this sort of mistake is just not on many times, Not sure I understand what you are saying here. Care to rephrase?
For me, I just ordered Teensy 3.0's and I have a Rasberry-PI, so it whether Due ships or not is not a burning issue.
if the showstopper behind the scenes ... isn't a purely technical one.
"Flat out like a lizard drinking" makes more sense, if you've ever seen a lizard drink anyways.
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