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I took a step back and looked at the RPi projects page, I always thought that it didn't fit together very well. Looking at it objectively, it seems to be composed of 3 different types of content
 
I took a step back and looked at the RPi projects page, I always thought that it didn't fit together very well. Looking at it objectively, it seems to be composed of 3 different types of content
 
*Tutorials - where the main objective is to learn, a secondary objective is that the student creates something useful or fun.
 
*Tutorials - where the main objective is to learn, a secondary objective is that the student creates something useful or fun.

Revision as of 14:44, 24 February 2012

bredman says:

I took a step back and looked at the RPi projects page, I always thought that it didn't fit together very well. Looking at it objectively, it seems to be composed of 3 different types of content

  • Tutorials - where the main objective is to learn, a secondary objective is that the student creates something useful or fun.
  • Guides - where the main objective is that the student creates something useful or fun, a secondary objective is to learn.
  • Projects - where the main objective is for experienced designers to create a useful end-product, for example a utility.

The tutorials and guides are focused on teaching the end-user, while the projects are collaborations to create something for the end-users to use.

I have split the Projects, Guides and Tutorials into 3 separate pages. Apologies to anybody who was surprised by this.