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A Linux-powered microwave oven

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Linux

Scratching an itch is a recurring theme in presentations at linux.conf.au. As the open-hardware movement gains strength, more and more of these itches relate to the physical world, not just the digital. David Tulloh used his presentation [WebM] on the “Linux Driven Microwave” to discuss how annoying microwave ovens can be and to describe his project to build something less irritating.

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