Anyone working on a WIN 10 solution? Seems like someone has it running in a Linux distro?
If we get python running under windows 10 do we do away with the need for the raspberry PI hardware?
timothee and I are currently testing an open-source Windows DNS Server that would take the place of dnsmasq on the Raspberry Pi. It was one of the relative unknowns before trying to see if PiGS would run in Python for Windows. It seems like a promising and easy to install/configure solution. I think he may be looking into integrating the same solution directly into Python for Windows. I also believe he is looking further into PiGS on Python for Windows. I'll let him answer to that.
If all of the above comes to fruition, then there would be no "need" for the Raspberry Pi hardware. Again, timothee can speak to that once he has gained more data.
I'm sure at some point he will integrate the instructions I have constructed into his Google Spreadsheet once we have more testing and a better idea if PiGS will be happy running in Python for Windows.