I am thinking about making a variety of different woodstoves, including designing/modifying designs of my own, for part of my Baden Powell Award for Rover Scouts (the highest youth award in Scouts in Australia-and many other countries).
If its not feasible to test one of your designs, that you made yourself, I would love to have a crack at making it myself, and I can give you feedback afterwards.
Particularly, it will be interesting to see if there are many differences for me, being in Australia, using Australian native fuels, such as Acacia spp and Eucalyptus spp twigs, leaves, bark, etc.
I want to build one stove that is sub 5oz and useable before August next year (I have alot on my plate until then), and after that I will get cracking on a few more, such as a Nimblewood Nomad, a battery powered zip stove, etc.
In particular, my aim will be a woodstove large enough for a 1L pot, that does not leave a fire scar, burns reasonably clean, but does not risk producing flying ash and sparks. I want it to be sub 4oz if possible. Will be tough.