I have some crazy idea but before we need to do something with GfxLCD performance. Using ILI9325 with Python is a way to slow:
pi@raspberrypi2b:~/workspace/gfxlcd/gfxlcd/demos $ time python3 ili9325.py
Filling screen with size 240×320 in 14s is not impressive. Let’s see what happens when we move a layer down to C.
This time is something different. On the journey between shops, I saw a wooden Christmas tree. I looked at it and then it hit me! Mount some LEDs, attach ESP and use PWMs and this should work! We should have a beautiful blinking tree, small but tree 😀
Some time ago my RPi with running Doton crashed. It was quite a surprise but happens:) Reason was trivial, I moved it and SD card was pressed against the wall and ejected 🙂 But after a restart, it crashed again but this time with a fatal error. This hits me! We have no way of showing a temperature that is under zero!
This also remembered me that I didn’t do anything with the project for some time. I still have a window manager to redesign and rewrite.
But let’s start low and first clean up a GIT repository by removing submodules and changing a readme.
This project started its life with Daj się poznać competition but competition is over. Time to clean it up from additional modules and leave only files that are used.
The fastest method was to manually delete .gitsubmodule and directories 🙂