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*[http://www.edugeek.net/forums/frambozenbier-raspi-forums/ RasPi Forums on EduGeek.net] - Edugeek is a site for Educational network and ICT admins. This is the dedicated Raspberry Pi sections.
 
*[http://www.edugeek.net/forums/frambozenbier-raspi-forums/ RasPi Forums on EduGeek.net] - Edugeek is a site for Educational network and ICT admins. This is the dedicated Raspberry Pi sections.
  
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*[http://amateurradiopi.com/forum AmateurRadioPi.com Forums] - A forum centered around discussing the interactions between Amateur (HAM) Radio and the Raspberry Pi.
  
 
*[http://www.worldofpi.com/ World Of Pi] A forum based on all things Raspberry Pi ranging from basic usage through to programming and electronics/robotics.
 
*[http://www.worldofpi.com/ World Of Pi] A forum based on all things Raspberry Pi ranging from basic usage through to programming and electronics/robotics.
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* [http://www.raspberryprojects.com/ RaspberryProjects.com] - mutli user blogging for all projects.
 
* [http://www.raspberryprojects.com/ RaspberryProjects.com] - mutli user blogging for all projects.
  
* [http://amateurradiopi.org/ AmateurRadioPi.org] - A blog for documenting interactions between amateur radio and the Raspberry Pi.
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* [http://amateurradiopi.com/ AmateurRadioPi.com] - A blog for documenting interactions between amateur radio and the Raspberry Pi.
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* [http://raspi.tv/ RasPi.tv] - Raspberry Pi information and videos - emphasis on comprehensive, foolproof instructions that new users can follow.
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* [http://chezcummings.wordpress.com/category/computing/ ChezCummings' Blog] - General Blog with a Raspberry Pi experience diary
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* [http://zduck.com/ Joshua Poehls' Blog] - General blog with Raspberry Pi specific articles.
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* [http://rpi-blog.com RPi-Blog.com] - Blog with Raspberry Pi guides, tips, tricks, and resources
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* [http://raspberrypipod.blogspot.co.uk/ Raspberry PiPod] - Michael Horne's blog with details about various projects and experiences
  
 
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== Other Pages ==
 
== Other Pages ==

Revision as of 21:29, 5 October 2012


Back to the Hub.


Community Pages:

Tutorials - a list of tutorials. Learn by doing.

Guides - a list of informative guides. Make something useful.

Projects - a list of community projects. Help others out.

Tasks - for advanced users to collaborate on software tasks.

Datasheets - a frambozenier.org documentation project.

Education - a place to share your group's project and find useful learning sites.

Community - links to the community elsewhere on the web.

Games - all kinds of computer games.

About

The Raspberry Pi Community is steadily growing, so get involved where-ever you want to and share.

Please do add links to any Raspberry Pi related forums/subforums/blog pages which focus on the RPi.

The more the community can connect with one another the better it will be.

Download Mirrors

Please add a link if you mirror official foundation download images. Please also remove the link when it's no longer available.

RPi Download Mirrors

Raspberry Pi Community e-Magazine

The Mag Pi (non-flash site)

- Issue 01 - May 2012 - Available NOW -
- Issue 02 - June 2012 - Available NOW -
- Issue 03 - July 2012 - Available NOW -
- Issue 04 - August 2012 - Available NOW -
- Issue 05 - September 2012 - Available NOW -
- Issue 06 - October 2012 - Available NOW -


The Pi User




Get involved!

Contribute and be part of the RPi Community Magazine - contact the site and join in.

Forums

  • Raspberrymod.com - Boost your device, share ideas and knowledge, ask for help and find useful how to's.
  • RaspberryPiForums.com - - New Community forum intended to provide Guides and Tutorials for Raspberry Pi Users, and space for users to work on more complex projects.
  • Frambozenbier (Raspberry Pi Homebrew) - These forums are intended to provide practical information about Building, Developing and Sharing information about the Raspberry Pi, in addition to the more "general discussions" that go on in official forums.
  • AmateurRadioPi.com Forums - A forum centered around discussing the interactions between Amateur (HAM) Radio and the Raspberry Pi.
  • World Of Pi A forum based on all things Raspberry Pi ranging from basic usage through to programming and electronics/robotics.

Blogs/News

  • Russell Davis' Blog - Russell Davis (aka forum admin ukscone) includes posts about the story of the Raspberry Pi, general RPi stuff and other non-Rpi posts too.
  • AmateurRadioPi.com - A blog for documenting interactions between amateur radio and the Raspberry Pi.
  • RasPi.tv - Raspberry Pi information and videos - emphasis on comprehensive, foolproof instructions that new users can follow.
  • RPi-Blog.com - Blog with Raspberry Pi guides, tips, tricks, and resources
  • Raspberry PiPod - Michael Horne's blog with details about various projects and experiences

Distributions & Development Groups

The RPi without an operating system and software to run on it. Many of the groups involved have RPi specific sections and groups working on RPi specific releases and projects.


The goal of this project is to develop the required enablers for App and Platform Developers to enjoy Qt 5 after investing $35 in a Raspberry Pi board.


See the RPi Distributions page for details about the various groups and links to places where you can get involved with building and using RPi Operating Systems.

See the RPi Programming page for details about the different programming languages and groups which are focusing on them.

Other Groups

Other Pages

References

  1. http://www.pyrosoft.co.uk/blog/2012/01/13/raspberry-pi-8-first-photoshoot/