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Turn cheap modules from AliExpress into interactive development kits!

ThomasThomas 02/11/2017 at 10:420 Comments

The core code in this project has reached some degree of maturity, and I guess it's the right time to shift the attention to board support code, and to docs.

The following needs to be done:

There is a page at GitHub that presents "Best Practice" for GitHub Wikis, but "Best" seems to stand for "use it for more than leaving an outdated boring Markdown wasteland", and "Practice" appears to mean "Improvise".

Documentation in a uniform and manageable way calls for a CMS, but a good folder structure and templates will do the job. I like the method used in this Wiki: it's based on sub-folders with local sidebars and locally stored images. It also shows that it takes quite some discipline to make it effective.

EDIT: I'm on a business trip, so no hacking :-{ Some of the docs on GitHub received an update.
There are some more boards in the pipeline. XH-W1401 is half-ready, and I can start with XH-W1219 or XH-1701. In order to improve accessibility to information it's maybe better to create some more HaD sub-projects.

My idea is: