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== In the Beginning ==
 
== In the Beginning ==
  
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Note: As you can see from the history of this site at Help:Contents, the User:Chazegh originally set up this site.
 
Note: As you can see from the history of this site at Help:Contents, the User:Chazegh originally set up this site.
  
== Tips on Reading Open Circuits ==
 
 
See:  [[Tips on Using Open Circuits]]
 
  
 
== The Engine ==
 
== The Engine ==
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Answer?
 
Answer?
I would sugjest something like sourceforge, bounty forge and others look around a CMS with drupal or joomla support can make your page building more automated and less fine grain work.
 
  
=== C Code and Files ===
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=== c code ===
 
How would I add my c code for my processor?
 
How would I add my c code for my processor?
 
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C or other code that is just text can be put on any page, formatting may be a bit funny but anyone can cut and paste the code into their editor. I have found that you can get nice formatting if tabs are expanded to spaces ( many text editors will do this, Crimson Editor for example )  Make sure each line begins with at least one space.  For more complicated projects with multiple files a zip file capibility ( not available now ) would be nice [[russ_hensel]] For low volume I, ( [[russ_hensel]] ), will ftp files to my space on comcast's ftp site, contact me.
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C or other code that is just text can be put on any page, formatting may be a bit funny but anyone can cut and paste the code into their editor.  For more complicated projects with multiple files a zip file capibility ( not available now ) would be nice [[russ_hensel]].
 
 
I would sugest something like sourceforge, bounty forge and others look around a CMS with drupal or joomla support can make your page building more automated and less fine grain work.  They have CVS & Subversion.
 
  
 
=== Upload Graphic Files ===
 
=== Upload Graphic Files ===
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Try to keep public discussions, go to the user's talk page and put a message there. ( how do you get there: go to the user's page, press discussion at the top of page. )  If a discussion is more general go to the topic and then press discussion.  See: [http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?BackRoomDecision BackRoomDecision]
 
Try to keep public discussions, go to the user's talk page and put a message there. ( how do you get there: go to the user's page, press discussion at the top of page. )  If a discussion is more general go to the topic and then press discussion.  See: [http://www.usemod.com/cgi-bin/mb.pl?BackRoomDecision BackRoomDecision]
 
=== unlinking section titles ===
 
 
Currently at Open Circuits, many section titles are active links.
 
However, someone at Wikipedia once wrote:
 
: ''"Section headings should not themselves contain links" -- [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Linking Wikipedia: Wikipedia: Linking]''
 
 
Do their reasons for avoiding such links apply to Open Circuits?
 
--[[User:DavidCary|DavidCary]] 00:35, 26 January 2010 (UTC)
 
  
 
=== How Can I Help ===
 
=== How Can I Help ===
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See [[we_love_volunteers]]
 
See [[we_love_volunteers]]
 
I want to share my knowledge regarding HOBBY Level
 
Electronics
 
Robotics
 
Aeronautics( Basic Concept to Make Electric RC airplane )
 
Computer Hardware
 
Email : kumarcomputricks@gmail.com
 
 
[[Category:Community]]
 

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