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@ Boodts - emailing you now. Apologies for the delay in response.
@ Andrew - did yours arrive now?
Hi! - 09/22/2014 and nothing received. - No answer to my messages (03/11/2014, 05/01/2014, 07/05/2014). What's the matter? Is there still anybody alive?
Hi - I *still* haven't received my Fish Dish. Could I please ask that you send out a replacement as soon as possible. If you could confirm the posting address you have for me (privately), I'd be grateful.
Hi guys, thanks for the reply (sorry for my late response) - nope - haven't received anything yet.
Ahhhhh, I should look at the silk screen, it's on there already.
All sorted now anyway, and happy
I now have mine, no instructions, but I'm sure I can work it out.
But if anyone can confirm, as the phone isn't great for looking at the picture on here.
R1-3=3K9 R4=10K R5=1K ???
@ Andrew - did you receive yours yet?
@ Dr Coconut - should be with you very soon, as you say we sent a replacement.
I stand corrected. I have had an email earlier today, saying it has been re-sent out, and I had missed seeing it.
And still no sign of it, this is bad from a company that I would have expected more from
Still no sign if mine, and it was confirmed it was sent, and the address was right. The science fair I needed it for has now passed, so I hope I have it in time for next years one.......
Hi - no sign of my Fish Dish yet - I filled in the survey early Jan - any chance you could chase up for me please?
Got my Fish Dish a couple days ago, looks very nice, but haven't gotten around to assembling and playing with it yet. Any update (eta maybe?) on the assembly guides and code examples?
Oops - that should read 'today' in case anyone is wondering why I have a letterbox shaped like a toad! Love the goldfish colour BTW!
Mine navigated its way through the Czech postal system to land in my letterbox toady - many thanks. But I won't have time to play with it until after BETT. @Sven and @Paul - I'm planning to use mine with Scratch for GPIO initially - see http://cymplecy.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/fish-dish-raspberry-pi-addon-board/ but if you click on the reviews tab at http://www.pi-supply.com/product/fish-dish-raspberry-pi-led-buzzer-board/ you will find some helpful info re: assembly and testing from other users.
Same issue here, I am a beginner and now would start explorign the Fish Dish -any tutorials?
Received mine today, looks good :)
Where can I find instructions on the website?
@ John Lee - no problem at all. You should be receiving your reward very soon.
Apologies, my mistake - got confused with another Kickstarter
@ John Lee - all surveys have definitely been sent out. Are you sure you haven't received an email about it? Everyone apart from about 5 people have already filled it in.
Still haven't seen a survey, and Christmas is sadly but a memory.
@ Paul, Dr Coconut and Kevin: all surverys should have been received now. Shipping will commence on Monday!
Have they been posted yet?
Can't say I've seen one either, But I put it down to Christmas
Have the surveys been sent out yet? The previous update said they would be sent by the end of last week but haven't heard anything.
@ Andrew - see our latest update. We are hoping to receive the kits next week, and will ship them out immediately, to hopefully arrive with most people before Christmas. But it does depend on where you are based?
Is there any news on when Fish Dishes will be shipping? Will it be out for Christmas?
Yes, the starter kits do need to be soldered - Pi Supply say they'll be easy to solder and looking at the pictures there is nothing overly fiddly on there.
I'm not sure if this is a stupid question, but: does assembly of the starter kit require any soldering?
@ Wassim - yes we will be selling them afterwards too via our website
Will you be selling them after the Kickstarter campaign too?
@Paul - yeah thought about that, but again thought it maybe sounded too similar. Anyway...too late now as we called it Fish Dish already...plus Fish Dish rhymes so its pretty good!
@Andrew - a great name, but unfortunately it is already taken - http://fishpi.org/
Great to see a UK project backed so quickly. I can't help thinking you missed a trick and didn't call this FishPi though. Mmmm. That gives me an idea for Sunday dinner... Congratulations.
@Chris - wow! surprisingly similar. Ours has the buzzer though, and stackable header so hopefully we just clinch it :-)
Fish Pi, looks like a raspberry Pi version of this arduino board :