I Am Moved.. to Vermont USA for the Summer, but the Yourduino.com site is always up. (My usual UserID is blocked somehow; this is temporary...)
I DO have a plan for documenting all the "Electronic Bricks". I have a relationship now with Xiao, the guy who originated the Electronic Brick idea and whose hardware designs are the best and whose build quality is excellent. I have translated some of his Chinese blog entries where he discusses various bricks, and I am working on more.
Take a look here for the most common bricks. Just click on a photo for how-to and documentation:http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/BrickStarterSet
Several other bricks are documented on the arduino-info Wiki, and more to come.
A section on relays and power handling is here:http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/ArduinoPower
I will also continue to document and provide test sketches for subassemblies and sensors that are not strictly "Electronic Bricks" because many provide excellent function and value. I am constantly testing new devices and subassemblies we find in the great electronics arena at Shenzhen, China. Soon I will publish a page showing simple connections and cabling options for Arduino to a variety of devices.
I hope to be able to the bring the Electronic Brick designs into an open-source agreement. Some new designs are in the works and should be interesting, I believe. More specific support for Home Automation and Robotics is (I hope) coming...
Arduino, especially the 2560 variants, are very capable microcomputers for many, many applications. I hope for some meaningful collaborations to come together soon.
Please email me with any suggestions for products or capabilities, questions on "Bricks" etc....
Regards, Terry King
...In The Woods In Vermontterry@yourduino.com