David (understating the laborious nature of this process):
There will be hardware soon. It takes longer than one might imagine to strip back 70 wires, wrap each one around a header pin, and solder them in place. I am not stripping the wires; instead I melt the insulation away with a soldering iron, because stripping would pull on them too hard, assuming I could get the tool close enough to the board, and then the wire would get nicked and break off, leaving it too short to strip again. When I worked at Siemens we had a thermal wire stripper that burned the insulation down to the wire instead of cutting it. We were breathing those fumes all day. If I thought I would doing a lot more of it I would buy one but I am pretty sure we won’t be mass producing these boards.