The coding team has been rebuilding Roast.World and RoasTime to run on new platforms. This will be mean a cleaner, speedier, and more stable experience all around. For instance, the new RoasTime 3 uses a new USB library and runs the USB connection through a separate thread, which should alleviate the intermittent ‘frozen roasts’ some people have experienced.
It should be noted that overall, the user interface for both Roast.World and RoasTime 3 will remain similar to what they are now, so when the time comes to jump aboard you won’t be stuck learning a ‘new’ piece of software. The changes are mostly all hidden in the backend, but it is this new backend that will allow us to roll out new features much faster than before.
You can expect to hear more from us about both RW and RT3 very soon, when we open it up for you all.