A lot of custom-built or ethusiast-level keyboards such as the Planck, Zeal60, Let's Split and many more use an open-source firmware called QMK. This firmware allows you to freely define your keyboard layout and add a lot of functionality (i.e. emitting a different keycode on long and short keypress, dual-function keys, leader keys (think of vi's :)). We could use the Hack Week to add functionality, check the source code for security issues and add support for more keyboards.

If you own a qmk-running mechanical keyboard or plan on doing so feel free to join me :)

Looking for hackers with the skills:

keyboards embedded

This project is part of:

Hack Week 16

Activity

  • almost 3 years ago: psmt joined Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim liked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim disliked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim disliked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: ldevulder liked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: mbrugger liked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim added keyword "embedded" to Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim added keyword "keyboards" to Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim liked Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
  • almost 3 years ago: SKaim started Check and extended the QMK Firmware for mechanical keyboards
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