@ KiwiSaner your killing me. I can’t imagine why someone wouldn’t want this as when building devices, power is king so understand module power usage is important, and if you build or use 3rd party modules being able to measure its power requirements is even more important, given you don’t like have the power data available in visual studio (which is nice, but I like measured numbers better).
Now that said I can’t understand folks as there are some really killer 3rd party modules out there from a number of different folks and I’m can’t believe these guys aren’t shoveling money into the furnace in order to get rid of some of it, as sales are burying them in cash. 3rd party modules are in my mind one of the biggest features of Gadgeteer so I do what I can to support 3rd party module builders, but often I hear that sales volumes aren’t what I think they should be. Hopefully that will change soon.
Now all that said if you want to run a business you have to behave like a business and that means support and drivers in order to build the reputation and of course a store where we can find the modules (is there something about stores that you Kiwi’s don’t like or something?)
I have a beta product that I’m working on that I hope will raise the visibility of Gadgeteer and all the cool things that people are building with it, including 3rd party modules, but today I ran into a snag that might take a bit of work to get it to where I want it before releasing, but if it was easy, it already be done, so code on.
So lets talk about this module of yours, how much and how do I get one?