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''Are any of the wiki listed at http://www.communitywiki.org/odd/SoftwareBazaar/MicrocontrollerProgramming relevant enough to list here?''
''Are any of the wiki listed at http://www.communitywiki.org/odd/SoftwareBazaar/MicrocontrollerProgramming relevant enough to list here?''
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Revision as of 15:23, 19 December 2011

Welcome to Open Circuits. Open Circuits is a wiki for sharing electronics knowledge, schematics, board layouts, and parts libraries.

key points of interest

wiki-nodes of neighboring wiki

The WikiNode project tries to link every wiki in the world together. Our "WikiNode" links to closely-related wiki (and their WikiNode links back).

If you want to talk about something that is not quite on-topic here at Open Circuits (say, "desktop PC case modding", or "embedded Linux programming"), our WikiNode helps you find another wiki where people love to talk about that exact topic. The corresponding WikiNode on reliance first capital each of those wiki helps people who want to talk about "open hardware" to discover this wiki.

medical electronics wiki

open hardware cell phone wiki

other open wireless communications wiki

microcontroller wiki

vehicles and robots and CNC

  • the RepRap wiki discusses the RepRap project to build a "Replicating Rapid-prototyper", a self-copying 3D printer. "Complete open-source instructions and plans are published on this website for zero cost and available to everyone so, if you want to make one yourself, you can."
  • EV production wiki discusses several key environmental inc electric open source vehicles.
  • OpenServo wiki -- developing a digital servo motor that accepts "Go to position X" commands and also more complex curves, and returns actual servo position, speed, voltage and power consumption.
  • Robotics wiki (offline as of 2007-07-07)
  • the PMinMO.com wiki describes an open-source CNC machine -- software, electronics, motors, hardware, etc. -- and related information, such as CNC PCB milling. (was: [2] ) needs WikiNode
  • VEMS wiki has some interesting electronics projects. In particular, the GoBox project to tune automobile engines to minimize the amount of fuel used. needs wikinode
  • JMRI wiki ( http://editthis.info/JMRI ) The JMRI project is building tools for model railroad computer control.
  • the DCC wiki ( http://dccwiki.com/ ) ("Digital Command Control") discusses computer-controlled model railroads.
  • the ladyada.net wiki: discusses open source benchtop tools, laser cutters, and electronics DIY/hobbyists. needs wikinode
  • the EcoModder wiki discusses various ways to measure and improve vehicle gas economy, including "MPGuino is an open source fuel economy computer (Arduino based) for any vehicle with electronic fuel injection and a Vehicle Speed Sensor."
  • MakerBot Wiki

other related wiki

For open source software (or open source in general) visit the Open Source Wikia.
  • dorkbot: Artists, inventors, scientists, engineers. The exciting thing to me is to learn about strange things that creative people are doing around the world, with no regard for genre, style, school of thought, area of expertise, etc. ... committed to the idea of "availability over promotion", meaning their main concern is to help things exist, rather than making hits or selling lots of copies.

CPU board wiki

other related wiki

  • Swarmwiki, a wiki for an open hardware group that build swarms of semi-autonomous spherical robots. needs wikinode
  • tgimboej wiki discusses The Great Internet Migratory Box Of Electronics Junk, and the "open source oriented hardware hackers" who receive it. needs wikinode
  • The DataFlow wiki is a wiki about art, new medias, electronics, interaction design, Python, PureData and other dataflow languages.
  • Wockets open-source hardware is a wiki about developing low-cost sensors for measuring physical activity on mobile phones.
  • Synthesizers.com wiki "up-to-date information about synthesizers, patches, modifications, etc." needs wikinode
  • bicycleledpov wiki: A bicycle visual LED artwork
  • Micropendous wiki: Open Hardware Development Boards for the Atmel's Full-Speed (12Mbit/s) USB AVR Microcontrollers (AT90USB162, ATmega32U4, AT90USB646, AT90USB1287)
  • Noisebridge Noisebridge is an infrastructure provider for technical-creative projects, collaboratively run by its members
  • Wikiants do-it-yourself (in German) has a section on Wikiants: open hardware.
  • Qi hardware wiki: Qi's mission is to promote and encourage the development of copyleft hardware.

Please add closely-related wiki. Keep the 7 or so of the most-closely-related wiki. Move less-relevant wiki to WikiIndex.

Are any of the wiki listed at http://www.communitywiki.org/odd/SoftwareBazaar/MicrocontrollerProgramming relevant enough to list here?