So it turns out, when you use the Net2 dll to intercept access events, the account will periodically get automatically logged off, and just logging back on doesn't actually work, the operator logon will succeed but fail to attach callbacks
With the amount of codes now required within the hackspace, it was getting difficult to keep a track of all of them, including Dalek passwords, keysafe codes etc. I wrote a slack app that added several commands to the slack channel, primarily /CodeRequest /Code...
The Hack space wanted to make the sign from the old location a bit more visually attractive. So I stuck WS2812 Neopixels to the outer edge, and hid a neopixel in the folds. A quick program later, and now the sign is unmissable.
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The timelapse from my 3d printer build. Built over the course of an evening, and successfully printing the next day.