The last few weeks I have spent a lot of time tweaking the RFM69 library and trying to get the wireless programming to work. I believe the RFM69 library is now more stable and ready for some prime time and also the wireless programming is working nicely for Moteino R3. If you think about it, being able to reprogram a mote that is 200m away, or somewhere in a tree, underground, in your attic, or on the bottom of your pool, is a pretty cool thing.
I reorganized the Github repository a little, moved some files and now the classes for wireless programming are in their own repository to avoid conflicts with the SPIFlash lib:
If you have a Moteino R3 (or R2) with the onboard FLASH chip, you are ready to try programming it wirelessly, go ahead, it’s pretty neat.
More great stuff is coming, I got a lot of ideas for Moteino R3, I am thinking of migrating my home wireless sensor network to R3 and implementing a lot more home automation on these.