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DROWN is a serious vulnerability that affects HTTPS and other services that rely on SSL and TLS, some of the essential cryptographic protocols for Internet security. These protocols allow everyone on the Internet to browse the ...
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XKCD: 1572 -- No spoilers please!
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Welcome! Come in, subscribe, bring your soldering iron, FTDI-cable, logic analyzer, and your enthusiasm :)
I'm /u/douglas77, the Tribe Chief. While I have studied physics many years ago, I nowadays work in IT, so all I know about micro-controllers I found out the hard way (releasing the magic smoke). I'm playing with Arduinos and related stuff for 3 years now, usually working on multiple projects at once, ranging from useless stuff (transmitting data via cheap 433MHz-modules just to see if I can do it) to things I use daily (IR-control for HTPC/beamer/Wii, motion-triggered solar-powered LED-lighting for my garage).
Personally, I would be happy to not just see Arduino-related news in this tribe, but also interesting questions, posts about cool stuff you have done, useful tips, etc. -- but I trust that the visitors will decide what content they want to see, using upvotes (and if need be, downvotes).
in no particular order, and too few -- please feel free to suggest additional links! When the list is long enough, I will try to categorize it.
- Official Arduino homepage
- Fritzing — easy drawing and planning
- V-USB — let your Arduino act as e.g. USB keyboard
- ESP8266 Wiki — super-cheap WiFi module
- Fuse Calculator
- Arduino Makefile — compile without using the IDE
- Deal Extreme
- Ali Express
- Dirt Cheap Dirty Boards — very cheap PCB service
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...so people know right away where to put their brilliant ideas :)
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Just came here from reddit, and I'm very impressed! snapzu does have a beautiful interface, but what impresses me much more is the very friendly atmosphere!
So: Hello everyone waves
My current favourite past-time (running) already has a tribe. My 2nd hobby doesn't, though -- there's no /t/arduino. The FAQ says "Please only create a tribe if you are serious about running it and have the time to take care of it". So if I decide to create /t/arduino: How much time does a Tribe Chief of a smaller tribe invest? Can I maintain it by checking twice a day on weekdays?