Backup, restore, and sync the prefs and settings for your toolbox. Your dotfiles might be the most important files on your machine.
Learn from the community. Discover new tools for your toolbox and new tricks for the ones you already use.
Share what you’ve learned with the rest of us.
A new site, blog, and wiki for all things Raspberry Pi.
We're working on providing services to the tildeverse, a community of *nix boxes that aim to share the fun and love! A list of services and source code repos, specifically.
SayThanks.io provides a handy URL for you to share with your open source projects— it encourages users to send a simple thank you note to you, the creator of that project.
This simple link can be added to READMEs and project documentation.
That kind of lock on my journal is called a turn lock. Get a few of these for my doctor's bag project.
An archive of strange pranks and goings-on. Safe for work!
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A wiki of designs, schematics, and links to open source electronics projects. If you get lost in here long enough you'll find some interesting stuff.
A public mailing list service that caters specifically to F/OSS projects and Free Culture collaboration. No ads, no censorship, no frills.
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Converting a Guitar Hero controller into a synthesizer.
Irdial~Disks has been around for over fifteen years, and specializes in music and sound projects that will grab you like no other, but you'll find nowhere else. If you remember their massive compilation of numbers stations recordings (The Conet Project) from the late 1990's, it's these folks. If you like what you hear, they ask that you share it freely with anyone who's interested and buy a t-shirt from the label.
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The ins and outs of the package.json file (used by node.js applications). Interactively annotated - hover over a line on the left, view information about the directive and what it means on the right.
The SwinSID is a pin-compatible and software-compatible replacement for the Commodore SID chip based upon an Atmega microcontroller. You can drop this chip right into a socket on the motherboard of a damaged Commodore computer, or you can probably drop it into a hardware synth that uses SID chips and hit the ground running. The firmware image and schematics are available for download for free on the website, so you can roll as many of your own as you want.
KA Lite is the offline version of the Khan Academy instructional materials, i.e., it's packaged in such a way that it can be stored on and accessed from flash or optical media. You don't need net.access to get to it. Includes documentation and materials for teachers and administrators in addition to the educational materials. Even includes its own web server (requires Python) if you don't have one installed already.
This site features a large number of electronics projects that hobbyists with intermediate to advanced skills can build. Some of them are infrared or USB interfaces, others are more complex... like implementing an entire Z80 computer from scratch or a combination VGA, keyboard, and serial interface board with a single microcontroller.
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A podcast for and by Commodore retrocomputing enthusiasts. You'll find a little bit of everything in here.
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An awesome list of IoT software, projects, and hardware.