The rules of this forum are simple: be civil, be on-topic. If you don't have substantive to add, don't post. I like the Hacker News guidelines, in particular "On-Topic: Anything that good [hardware/software] hackers would find interesting" but also "Be civil. Don't say things you wouldn't say in a face-to-face conversation. Avoid gratuitous negativity" and "When disagreeing, please reply to the argument instead of calling names. E.g. "That is idiotic; 1 + 1 is 2, not 3" can be shortened to "1 + 1 is 2, not 3."." Let's keep the quality of discussion very high. I'm also including these rules (under "forum rules"), but they should go without saying.
As far as content, anything related to microcontrollers (not just Arduino) and embedded computing is fair game. This includes things related not just to design and troubleshooting, but manufacturing, new product, and so forth. The name of the game here is curiosity (I'll actually post under the curious48 name - same person), so if it's interesting and helps people with the world of microcontrollers and embedded design, it's on-topic.
You can email me at curiousboards (at) gmail.com if you need anything.
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