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==The Visitor Book==
 
==The Visitor Book==
 
Share your thoughts, ideas, comments and thanks within the visitor book.
 
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You can also read about the forum members in the Raspberry Pi's Forum [http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/general-discussion/introduce-yourself Introduce Yourself] Pages.
  
 
If you have any interesting articles or links which you want to share you can add them here.
 
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|(18-Jan-2012) [[User:meltwater]]
|I heard about this project way back in May 2011 (via [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13292450 BBC Online Video]), I immediately went to look at the (very basic at the time) website and emailed my support.  Unfortunately, this has meant that I've been watching for a long time, so fingers crossed the new units will come flooding off the production line very soon.  I hope we can build a community deserving of the hardwork the foundation has put in.  Other than posting lots in the forums, I've recently been helping out with the wiki (along with user [[Alpaca]] & the predecessors').
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|I heard about this project way back in May 2011 (via [http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-13292450 BBC Online Video]), I immediately went to look at the (very basic at the time) website and emailed my support.  Unfortunately, this has meant that I've been watching for a long time, so fingers crossed the new units will come flooding off the production line very soon.  I hope we can build a community deserving of the hardwork the foundation has put in.  Other than posting lots in the forums, I've recently been helping out with the wiki (along with user [[User:Alpaca]] & the predecessors').
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|I stumbled upon this via the BBC website - checking the Technology section has finally paid off! Very much looking forward to seeing a unit. I wholeheartedly agree with the aims underlying the Raspi's development, and I've been putting together a guide for absolute beginners on h2g2: [http://h2g2.com/dna/h2g2/brunel/A13735596 Introducing the Raspberry Pi]
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Latest revision as of 14:07, 28 January 2012

Back to the R-Pi Hub

The Visitor Book

Share your thoughts, ideas, comments and thanks within the visitor book.

You can also read about the forum members in the Raspberry Pi's Forum Introduce Yourself Pages.

If you have any interesting articles or links which you want to share you can add them here.


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Comments and Links

(18-Jan-2012) User:meltwater I heard about this project way back in May 2011 (via BBC Online Video), I immediately went to look at the (very basic at the time) website and emailed my support. Unfortunately, this has meant that I've been watching for a long time, so fingers crossed the new units will come flooding off the production line very soon. I hope we can build a community deserving of the hardwork the foundation has put in. Other than posting lots in the forums, I've recently been helping out with the wiki (along with user User:Alpaca & the predecessors').
(25-Jan-2012) User:Tufty I stumbled upon this via the BBC website - checking the Technology section has finally paid off! Very much looking forward to seeing a unit. I wholeheartedly agree with the aims underlying the Raspi's development, and I've been putting together a guide for absolute beginners on h2g2: Introducing the Raspberry Pi