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lcipriani

Hello,

Thanks to https://blog.arduino.cc/2017/07/28/a-new-era-for-arduino-begins-today/ now the only official website is arduino.cc and all its subdomains.
Yesterday we shut down arduino.org and redirected it to arduino.cc. We are reviewing all our docs referring to the old site and fixing the broken resources. Please report here if you miss some critical information that was present in arduino.org.


pert

Great news! I'm so glad there is now a single unified website for Arduino.

One minor problem I noticed. The redirect page message:
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Your are going to be redirected to arduino.cc, for more informations please read this blogpost.
should be worded:
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You are going to be redirected to arduino.cc, for more information please read this blogpost.

PaulS

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Great news! I'm so glad there is now a single unified website for Arduino.
Well, I'm not. The arduino.org people put out some real crap (the Ciao library, for one, the Arduino with builtin WiFi and horrid library for another) that we are now going to be expected to deal with.
The art of getting good answers lies in asking good questions.

SurfingDude

This is quite excellent news. This is only a first step in creating worldwide availability of the Arduino products and of straightening out the problems caused by the brief split within this community.

I hope that open source documentation and forum information on the .org products can join with the documentation on the .cc products as we go forward.

Tompi

Hi

Where i can find arduino.org tutorial "how-to-enable-the-auto-expanding-of-your-file-system-using-pivot-overlay"?

Tompi

Juraj

Hi

Where i can find arduino.org tutorial "how-to-enable-the-auto-expanding-of-your-file-system-using-pivot-overlay"?

Tompi
use Web Archive

Juraj

IDE Board Manager can't install the nrf52 package for Primo a Primo Core because it was on arduino.org. and the GitHub repository of arduino-core-nrf52 has no index.json

tito-t

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Aug 26, 2017, 08:43 am Last Edit: Aug 26, 2017, 08:50 am by tito-t
as to the Arduino.org boards, there should be now also more specific org-board sections additionally (like once in the .org forum), e.g. about the Star Otto and different other former proprietary org board developments, side to side to MKR, Yun, Due, Esplora, Materia,...!

mastrolinux

@pert thank you for the typos report, we fixed them.

We are moving all the important content from the old website to the arduino.cc one. It will take a while because we are also checking if the documentation has to be updated/completed.

pert



eashantilve93

I am trying to find tutorials for Arduino Uno Wifi, but all the material on that is missing now.

Juraj


pert

It would be nice if we could get an update on what the future is for the arduino-org repositories on GitHub. Have these been taken over by Arduino? Will they be actively maintained? I submitted a PR to the Ciao library repo a few days ago which hasn't had any response so far. It would be nice to know whether there is any point in further attempts to contribute to these repositories.

Isaac100

The schematics and eagle files for the Arduino Mini USB Adapter are from arduino.org so they don't show up, just wanted to report that.

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