So exciting! There’s still a lot of work to do, I hope it’ll be flying this weekend (if the weather allows it).
Sometimes the best information is provided by the retailers, which is already wrong, but the real issue is that when retailers are not selling something anymore, they remove the product from the public page, and the information gets lost.
I’ve decided to fix the problem so I’ve created the RadioControlPedia. A wiki for RadioControl were articles will always stay and stay at the same URL. Over time it’ll have more and more information.
I’m launching a new site:
For now it’s just a blog, but the final goal is different:
Every time I start a new project I hesitate to make the first commit: what should I commit and what shouldn’t I? Essentially, what should I put on .gitignore.
The goal of this site is to collet snippet of .gitignore that one should use depending on what framework, software, libraries, etc. are being used. I’ll try to put the ones I’ll know, but please, if you know any, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll publish (with attribution).
My final goal is to develop a small web application with a list of the frameworks (as checkboxes or something) from which you can pick and it’ll build the .gitignore. But I’ll only do it if this site gathers enough information.