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      • 165. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
        ciorga

        Thank you Enrico,

        I look forward to implement my next projects on the PSoC kits that you chose for me.

        Best Wishes,

        Cosmin

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        • 166. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
          balearicdynamics

          I am curious of your next creations

           

          Enrico

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          • 167. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
            Andy Clark (Workshopshed)

            I was the Secret Santa for shabaz , I picked the fibre optics toolkit in response to a comment that he might be experimenting with fibre optics.

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            • 168. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
              peteroakes

              You did have a very clear HINT, so it was easy to confirm my choices

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              • 169. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
                mcb1

                An update on my Secret Santa ...

                 

                I received a MicroBUS cape for a Beagle Bone and a MicroBUS ADC Click module.

                Unfortunately the Export regulations to NZ got in the way of the last part of the gift, which was a Beagle Bone Black Wireless.

                 

                To give you an idea, this is one part of the form

                I/we confirm that the goods will not be used in relation to nuclear, biological or chemical weapons, or missiles capable of delivering these weapons.  I/we also confirm that the goods will not be re-exported or sold to a third party who is known or suspected to be involved in relation to nuclear, biological or chemical weapons, or missiles capable of delivering these weapons, or to any sanctioned entities.  I/we confirm that the goods will not be used for any type of military end-use.

                I/We also confirm that any re-export or sale to a third party, is carried out in compliance with the originating/supplying and receiving countries’ export control laws, as applicable.

                Now I'm not too sure, but I'm betting that the average bad person is not going to admit to any of these, regardless of the actual intended use. 

                 

                 

                Anyway, with a lot of help from e14megan and some really great customer relations work in the element14 office in Sydney some time ago, we were able to get it sent to my friend in Australia and not require to do any paperwork as all.

                 

                His family visited him last week, and were kind enough to bring it back to NZ for me.

                 

                 

                So whomever my secret Santa was, thank you very much, I'm sorry it took so long to get into my hands, but rest assurred it won't live in the large box (well maybe until this challenge is completed   ).

                 

                 

                Mark

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                • 170. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
                  ipv1

                  Similar stuff happens in India, but i've found a way around it- Simply use the Govt. Postal Service and declare it as a gift of no commercial value. They will allow plutonium without any warning bells!

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                  • 171. Re: Top Members Secret Santa - Unwrapped
                    jack.chaney56

                    Applied, but didn't get any response. Wasn't sure if I should pester someone, or if it is better to "act" humble

                     

                    Jack

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