If you are using the DVT design, you can notch the rib or simply cut it out to fit the old board into the case.
Great! I really should have waited to the final version, I will try to make it work with the DVT version but, if I can't, I may build the new one as I should have almost all the components needed
I'm currently populating the board, I'm mostly done but I don't know if I will be able to finish it this week:
It really has been much easier than expected, to solder the QFN packages it's necessary to use solder paste and hot air, but if you have the tools, it's just matter of being careful. I have checked that I don't have any short-circuits but anyway I still have to wait to know if it works!
If anyone downloaded the BOM I posted some time ago, they should re-download it, there were a couple of mistakes. As you can see in the photo I bought the incorrect version of the BAS16 diodes (you can see one in the top-left corner placed at angle inside the SOT-23 footprint), also I bought two terminal current sense resistors instead of four terminal ones... I may still try with the two terminal resistors, it shouldn't be too much difference
Anyway, I hope I can finish it soon and test it! I plan to make a small adapter board and try to power up a Raspberry PI with the battery board