Hi there! Really like the tutorial pages, have started creating links and placeholders for the rest of them. Just wanted to say you're not closing your references tags (should be <references/>), thought I should point it out :-) - Tufty, 19:20 03 February 2012 (UTC)
Cheers, thanks for the work you've been doing, it's looking great!- Meltwater 6th Feb 2012
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.
Do you agree with these definitions? If yes, could they all be accommodated on the RPi projects page or do we need a new page? My personal opinion is that the guides and tutorials should not be on the same page as the projects. Guides and tutorials should be semi-frozen and ready for a beginner to depend upon. Projects should be fluid.
bredman 22 Feb 2012