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An anonymous reader writes "A couple of geeks found the current crop of hobbyist-level logic analyzers expensive and slow, so they designed an open source alternative in post comments and forum threads. The Open Logic Sniffer specs sit somewhere between hobby and professional tools, at about a third the cost of common alternatives. This isn't just for DIY solder jockeys either, it's being manufactured and has already attracted worldwide distributors. Is it time for open source hardware to replace common devices in the low and mid performance range?"
I attended this party. I got there about 8:15 and left after a giant Gulpner at about 9:15. I came with my partner, I think we were the only ones. I asked 4 or 5 other groups at the bar if they were there for 'the slashdot party', but alas, none were.
Happy 10th slashdot.