I might have come to that conclusion as he said something about ansible and MaxMSP but did not refer to the actual WW implementation.
I hope I do not come across overly demanding or rude. It's just that I want to know what to realistically expect.
I know that a clock sync implementation is tricky and completely different to just shifting a step sequencer to the next step. Especially when yo have these complex division and multiplication features Kria has. You would probably need a reset opportunity too to get it always back in line, but reset to where when you have these complex divisions going?
I don't know if it would be better to have it generally synced but every now and then a single step is out of line or maybe a sync now command pressed on the grid or coming from TT to let it pick up the tempo and then run. This could make it more convenient to record phrases in a given tempo and layer them.