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Hey all, question for you. On the instructables, it describes using the driver:
"You will also notice that once in a while (maybe 1 time of 3) you will get errors when uploading but you do not have to care, the code will usually upload either way."
Has this been something people have noticed? We might need to keep a known issues section of documentation somewhere if so. It doesn't sound like a big deal thought, thankfully.
>Looks like it might be a good idea to reconsider using the CH340 chip in the design (or at least keep track of a Mac OS X version -- driver version matrix).
I like the idea of keeping track of which driver to use (and provide by rehosting it on PL?). If using the CH340 for USB to Serial is a big cost saving, then it should let us keep the price point low for all those citizen watershed groups and other people who are self-funding. How much does it lower the price compared to alternatives?