Yeah, a few people's units have arrived, including I think all of those who's ODROIDs were in the earlier batch, so it's moving along, albeit slowly. JohnnyJohnny and opcode's units should be shipping soon. Got the second batch of ODROIDs recently but my family has been extremely busy, making actually getting everything ready (examining case parts, installing OS and testing ODROID, assembly into case, final test, making and filling in "Welcome To Mini Indigo" sheet, photograph for buyer, buyer verification, packaging, and shipping them off) kind of hard. All the same, I have some 3D printed cases that I think are ready for sale. As always, I will send pictures before shipping. If I have time, that should be able to happen tomorrow or the day after.
Also, to HurricaneJames, I believe 5dwm/MaXX is available only as x86 binaries due to licensing restrictions from SGI. As such, running on the Raspberry Pi or ODROID's non-x86 processor may not work. If you want to run x86 software in a supported form factor, I might look into the original UP Board, as it has an Intel Atom and the same form factor as the RPi. As it has not been tested, I cannot promise compatibility with the case, or cooling performance, but it should in theory fit. Alternatively, you could get an ODROID or Pi and run my own project, Kronos 2.0, with its default IRENKA (IRIX-like ENvironment as a Kronos Application) user interface. I have so far only tested it on x86 systems, but as all the actual Kronos code is written in interpreted languages and the rest is just Debian with some common packages, it should work. Kronos 2.0-GDR4P, the first public release including IRENKA, should be out in early September if you want to go that route. Screenshot for anyone interested below.
As for smoothing the plastic (which is PLA), it should be possible with vapor smoothing using Ethyl Acetate. Acetone only works on ABS, which I don't print because my printer isn't enclosed (fumes) and it's harder to make work (more failed prints and delays). Ethyl Acetate is apparently nasty stuff, so be safe if you do plan to work with it.
opcode wrote:touch /dodoid/indigo
Will be sure to run that on your unit