I have 2. You can have my spare one (it's still in the box, unopened). I've emailed you.Jaseman wrote:
For those of you who are still unable to get hold of a Raspberry Pi - you are not alone. I've written three magazines about it, and I don't even have one yet. However at least 3 of our team members now have them, which is great. I did toy with the idea of getting one from Ebay.
Hi Steve,stevepdp wrote:Will do.
Edit: I've sent the email. Mirroring the data here.
Well that'll save him trying to follow the sdcard instructions at least!antiloquax wrote:meltwater wrote:Mark,
That is very decent.
I've also sent Jaseman an SD card (although I missed the post yesterday, so he hasn't got it yet).
The "hacker ethic" is alive and well!
Not particularly, it just struck me as curious as to where it went, but I imagine this is a lot more active than it ever was. There are however two threads for it here, which gets a bit confusing, I'd recommend asking one of them to be closed (this one seems more active).meltwater wrote:Was there any particular reason why you were after the forum on there? We are probably better off using the threads here since the authors of articles are more likely to pick up any problems people may have. Also the admins keep everything tidy here, if the forum on there did grow then we'd need our own admins and servers etc, which isn't really the focus of producing a magazine.
It may be worth opening up a thread for each release of the magazine, so that issue specific discussions can be followed by readers as and when they visit each one.