It felt like first day of autumn in London, so we headed off to Franco’s Cafe for lasagne and chips. This is a tradition, after all, and tradition must be respected. Alas, everyone else had had the same idea, and all the lasagne was gone.
Deprived of this vast intake of carbohydrates, and thus feeling far more alert than expected, I’ve taken the opportunity to answer some of the FAQs that show up in our e-mail or on Twitter.
When are you going to sell Little Printer in Norway/Japan/Australia etc?
Good question. Because Little Printer is an electrical item, we have to comply with lots of different regulations in different countries, but we’ll definitely be be adding more destinations as we go along. We don’t have a precise timetable for this, but we’ll let you know as things change.
I write a tech blog. Can I have a Little Printer to review?
I’m afraid not. We have no review programme in place yet.
I’m a developer. Can I apply for early access to the developer tools or a beta invite code?
You don’t need to. The tools are already available, and enable you to develop publications without access to a Little Printer. A beta code is useful if you own a Little Printer.
I have a website I’d like to turn into a publication for Little Printer. Where do I start?
Excellent stuff. You’ve already done most of the work — you have a website, and your website has content. Now you just need to format that content for Little Printer. All the details you need are in the developer tools.
My publication is ready. What’s the submission process?
We’re working on this at the moment, so watch this space!
I see the Remote app is a web app. Is it compatible with most Webkit browsers?
That’s correct, although it’ll degrade gracefully and work fine with older browsers.
Can Little Printer print a PDF from an iPhone? Is it AirPrint compatible?
Little Printer’s job is to print publications you subscribe to — it’s not a replacement for your regular printer. You can send direct messages to your printer using the Remote web app.
I’m also a developer, but you haven’t answered my question yet.
Sorry about that. We have an FAQ section in the Developer Tools, so check that first. If that doesn’t help, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We promise to respond.
Are there any more FAQs?
Certainly. They’re on our FAQ page.
Is there any lasagne left?
No. I told you earlier. It’s all gone.