Here is the Gina board driving a TM1368 display using an arduino sketch. This is really lame™, but it is good to know that this board is suitable for an entry level programmer. The wiring up and programming took less than five minutes. The most time consuming part was pulling the jumper wires out of the bundle they were in. On the plus side the display is really bright and really inexpensive. I’m very pleasantly surprised!
This will probably find life as a digital voltage and amperage display on a PSU somewhere eventually. Oh in case you are interested the code/library to run this is found here.