Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I'm just starting out with microcontrollers, but do hope to make and sell my own inventions (possibly crowd-funded) someday. It's great to know that I'll have STM32 as an option for open source projects and I'll definitely contribute to the community as much as I can.
Speaking of, I'd love to help improve documentation/tutorials (not that they're not great already, but definitely have room for expansion or touching up details). Will you be including that in the git repo or some other way that other people can contribute?
Also, when will you be releasing the hardware sources?
Okay, I'll stop blowing up your forum for now. Sorry, I'm truly very excited by this project. I'm off to start connecting things to my dev board and getting further engrossed.
I dont' know, what you're looking for, but the schematics and the layout of the pcb are there:
Beautiful! Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for but I'd missed it.
Also, I'll be auto-generating the docs from this repo soon:
So if you have anything (drivers, help, etc) please just add it and issue a pull request. Hopefully once I have the auto-generation properly done, everything will be a bit better organised in there.
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