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Edward “Edge226” Tunnah

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I am here with another development post on the orbos operating system. The code is not currently public as it is still being refactored and needs some polish put into it still.

However I have done some wiki articles that lets people know what to expect with the development cycle.

https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Bash-Development-Cycle

In another article I am designing and defining the Orbos package standard.

https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Orbos-Package-Standard

As described in the Orbos Package Standard wiki article I've gotten some really slick generation of the build file via interactive input.
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Its an interesting read for sure :D
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+Tom Prokes it happens when even guys like us dont post torrrent links instead of yucktub, we dont even use p2p client programs
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I have not made a post on development for a while. This one is going to be a good one with information and links. No active source as its all experimental and going through major rewrites at this time.

The last week or so I have been working hard. I wrote an automated scripting api to create a compilation toolchain which will be used in the compilation of Orbos.

This was not directly stated within it but I am following the Roadmap that I wrote up months ago: https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Roadmap

During a livestream I worked on the Orbos Packaging Standard: https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Orbos-Package-Standard

This standard roughly defines how I want to create packages, I am sure there will be modifications and refinements to this standard as time passes.

This evening I created a small script that asks the user information about the sources and creates a bash compatible info file containing the name, version, description, homepage, download url and currectly a checksum.

I am considering removing the checksum from the info file and using a checksums file instead that contains md5sum and all of the different shasum possibilities. Then if the system installing the packages has any of them the package will be able to have the checksum properly checked before building.
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+Duke Carico +George Doscher I've been building coils with a drill for a little bit. Here is one that I think I am the first to ever make. It is a beefy parallel coil that comes out to .15 Ohms.

It is named the "Candy Cane Coil" because a buddy of mine thought it looked like a Candy Cane.
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+Ninoslav Buđak You're correct.
+Miles Bader The more surface area the more liquid gets vaporized the more flavor and bigger cloud you get in general.
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+Duke Carico +George Doscher http://imgur.com/cpzwvYP
I did this by hand entirely with my coil jig and pliers.

Left: Start after first measure and cut.
Middle: After straightening, Folding and twisting the wire.
Right: After building the coil.

A standard coil made from the material on the left is around 1.2 Ohm at 5 wraps and I run it comfortably at around 15.5w. The twisted coil on the right at 6 wraps had an initial seating was at 0.7 Ohm then on adjusting raised to 0.9 Ohm and gives a comfortably warm vapor at 27.5w. I can run it at 30w and probably higher nicely as well but for me the warmth of the vapor starts to be uncomfortable at that point.

I think the next one I make will be a 5 wrap and I am hoping to get 0.5-0.6 Ohm.
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Edward “Edge226” Tunnah

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This is a repost from a personal post I made. I wanted to let some people know how things were going within this community that may see it here but not on my page.

I have not made a post on development for a while. This one is going to be a good one with information and links. No active source as its all experimental and going through major rewrites at this time.

The last week or so I have been working hard. I wrote an automated scripting api to create a compilation toolchain which will be used in the compilation of Orbos. http://orbos.github.io/

This was not directly stated within it but I am following the Roadmap that I wrote up months ago: https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Roadmap

During a livestream I worked on the Orbos Packaging Standard: https://github.com/orbos/ideas/wiki/Orbos-Package-Standard

This standard roughly defines how I want to create packages, I am sure there will be modifications and refinements to this standard as time passes.

This evening I created a small script that asks the user information about the sources and creates a bash compatible info file containing the name, version, description, homepage, download url and currectly a checksum.

I am considering removing the checksum from the info file and using a checksums file instead that contains md5sum and all of the different shasum possibilities. Then if the system installing the packages has any of them the package will be able to have the checksum properly checked before building.

So as I complete small steps in this process of creating and defining the package standard, Being able to create packages for your system may end up becoming a task where you still need a little knowledge, but the system is designed to be able to write the files correctly, So you wont neccessarily need to write perfectly syntaxed package files. The system will do that for you! :D
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Did not stream it but I have part of a LFS install automated. Going to optimize this 700ish lines of code into a package API standard for building source packages into binaries.
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So I was doing some experimentation with different clapton spacing in one coil the other day. I decided to fold the wire in half and twist it together.

I decided to make my first stovetop build with this wire. At first the wire was too big to fit into my RDA. I had to crush down the ends in order to get the coil to fit. Here is the result.
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It eats up juice like mad. I only used it for an evening and easily went through 1/4 of a bottle of liquid. It was very efficient and the flavor it produced was absolutely amazing. It chucked a lot of vapor too.

It has been my favorite coil to date. Its the type of coil that I would break out on special occasions or something. As for how long the coil or cotton would have lasted during regular usage I cannot say.
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Hey +RiP Trippers have I got a coil for you. I don't know if you've ever seen a coil quite like this or if anyone has ever created one like this. I've been messing with twisted coils, clapton coils, clapton coils with a twisted base and through all that coil making I've come up with something purely beautiful.

If nobody has dubbed a name for this coil I am calling it the Candy Cane Coil since a good friend of mine said it looked like a Candy Cane.

Here is what I did to make the coil.

Step 1: I straightened out two pieces of 26 Guage Kanthal. One in a Clockwise and One in a Counter-Clockwise straightening.

Step 2: I Twisted those two pieces together into the core of this Coil.

Step 3 (Completed twice): I wrapped a piece of 32 Guage Kanthal in each crack of the twisted core, Similar to how a clapton coil is done except the wire only goes into the grooves created by the twisting of the other two wires.

In the picture I am running a single coil in Parallel with 4 wraps and the result was 0.15 Ohms.

The flavor produced is absolutely amazing!

Hope you enjoy it, Edge226.
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