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Jason Hunter (didyourecognize)
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Wow this group has grown so much in the last couple weeks, I have been m.i.a. for a bit and seems i have missed out on a lot of new members. I wanted to welcome all the new faces to our wonderful group/family!

Looking for some new drip tips. anything out of the ordinary I should be looking for? Just really want to see what other have/like.

Gotta give a BIG thanks to +Carolyn Curtis! You and so many others make this group special! Thanks for the pic. And the samples last week!

Just got my vapemail from +Carolyn Curtis ! Thank you for all the samples! I will be sure to pass them around to those in need since I placed a $100 order with AiV on tuesday! 

I love this group! Happy vaping Sunday funday!!!!!

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I know this is asked all the time but.....

What's everyone's go to RDA?

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We're at it again!!! We have had such an amazing response from all of our Lunartics since opening we are able to offer another amazing deal! Here we go with the BOGO!! Buy one Command Module and get one for FREE! This is the 3x32ml sampler! Go to our sampler section on the website and add two of these samplers to your cart. At check-out enter the code, "BOGOenvy", and this will make your second one free! Enjoy, because this deal ends Monday, 11:59 pm PST! Spread the word and VAPE ON! 

http://moonmountainvapor.com/collections/lunarticsamplers/products/lunartics-command-module

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Features and Things

CM is a constantly evolving organism, powered by sleep deprivation and the blood of developers. We're constantly changing to improve not only the code, but also the experience.

When a new version of Android is released, we have to do an enormous integration that affects the entire codebase and every single device. After doing this so many times, we realized that this is the right time to do reevaluation of existing features, code refactors, and other major changes since we might as well just get all the breakage done up front. Because of this, when you make the jump from a well-established version to a zero-day development version there is precisely zero chance that much of anything is finalized or complete!

If you're running a nightly build of 10.2, there are major improvements happening. Device Parts was a big one- we've talked about extending the Android HAL to support the special features that are device specific and shared between several models. Arcee took the leap into it and it's coming along nicely. 

When we look at features we want to keep, drop, or change, there are a number of factors that come into play.. Did Google do this for us in the new version?  Do people actually use this? How many people use this, and if it's just a few is there someone around who is going to port it forward?  We want to have a solid feature set, but we do have to weigh the cost of maintaining it vs. other factors. 

CM has traditionally spent the majority of our time on just getting devices working properly- I personally spend vast amounts of time on this.  This is something that will never change, but the team has grown substantially over the years, giving us more capability to polish the user experience and build things that you won't find elsewhere. I want something that I can not only hack on, but something that is awesome to use every day and I think we are finally starting to get there. 
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