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Thread: Is OpenPilot dead?

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    Is OpenPilot dead?

    The forums have been down for a long time, does anyone have any news maybe? I know that Librepilot is a continuation of OP in a sense but it would be nice to know what's up if anyone has any idea...

    This link seems to have some info in a little bubble "Openpilot was discontinued"
    http://opwiki.readthedocs.org/en/lat...nstall_op.html

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    The devs had a difference of opinion and went different ways. Librepilot is pretty much the continuation.

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    Is grass green, are violets blue, is water wet, does sand start to cause irritation on your private parts when put in your undies .. oh wait, wrong topic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssassen View Post
    Is grass green, are violets blue, is water wet, does sand start to cause irritation on your private parts when put in your undies .. oh wait, wrong topic!
    you are still alive... lol
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    so how are we suppose to program the boards?

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    Take a look in this link for the GCS download

    https://www.openpilot.org/download/
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    Ahh that sucks, real shame. Hopefully librepilot takes over big time.

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    I have a first batch CC3D! It's now going to become a highly valuable collectors item in a decade or two.

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    Ive got first beta of CC3D too... they were the first real good 32bit FC. I've also got the original open pilot board. Sold one of my Beta CC3D's for $80 last fall and traded my Beta Revo for an immersion power meter.
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    CC3D is still an amazing flight controller. Cheap, too. Hard to find all those features anywhere else still.

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