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Maybe it should be called OverDue??
Quote from: wwbrown on Oct 04, 2012, 07:01 pmMaybe it should be called OverDue??People have been making that joke for nearly a year now.
start complaining on how and why the got it all wrong and should not have rushed it to market before it was perfect for release.
frm the arduino team
I am just curious about this: just how big do you think the Arduino market is?
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