@VOC_Electronics Has created a GitHub org and has (hopefully) invited a good quantity of you. If you aren’t invited, respond with your GitHub username so we can all group together.
As for the project itself, we’re at a standstill, so I’ve created a Google Doc that we can use to compile information for an article [here] (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BIPRsV8ngQK96MTa0Wo6-2hYYqZ_nyVq55M7vOnd-fs/edit?usp=sharing). (This one is an article about MakeBlock) It is open to the public for the time being, so don’t share it to too many people, that way we don’t have to worry about too many revisions in case of spam.
In other questions- we really do need a place to host this. We could code it from scratch and host it on GitHub using Jekyll, we could make a .wikia and risk spam, or we could try to improve the cluttered wiki.makeblock.cc
What do you all think?
Edit: Changed the article to mBlock since it’s more straightforward