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SurferTim

He's telling you how to fix it. That is off topic?

bobdabiulder

He was referring to bugs and github.  I already sent an email to the address someone posted.  Github is unnecessary.

SurferTim

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Apr 25, 2015, 06:19 pm Last Edit: Apr 25, 2015, 06:21 pm by SurferTim
He was referring to how you modify the reference pages to correct typos and missing/incorrect pages. Github is unnecessary if you don't want the reference page changed.

BTW, that "someone" was me.

Robin2

@bobdabiulder - most Threads in this Forum (most Forums ?) veer off topic. Get over it. Join the fun.

If the use of GitHub represents a convenient way to keep the documentation up to date I can live with it.

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

Coding Badly

Hello @mastrolinux,

we are refactoring our documentation system and the new code will be available to the community directly here: https://github.com/arduino/reference-en Every pull request with fixes is welcome.
There is a reference section for SoftwareSerial on the website.  That section does not appear to be included in the reference-en repository.  Are there plans to include that section?  Am I looking in the wrong repository?


bobdabiulder

What would I do if I have some code that I think makes a good example for how to do something?  I made a program that will give you much more random numbers.

SurferTim

That is kinda off topic, but I'll still answer it.

Post it on the playground.
http://playground.arduino.cc/

If you need the password, you can email a request to the same email address you sent your change to, or PM me and I'll share mine. :)

bobdabiulder

Under what category should it go?  Snippets and Sketches for Arduino?

SurferTim

Under what category should it go?  Snippets and Sketches for Arduino?
I don't know what you are adding. If you feel that is the correct category, then yes.

bobdabiulder

I am adding a sketch.

SurferTim

I am adding a sketch.
Then that is the correct place.

Robin2

What would I do if I have some code that I think makes a good example for how to do something?  I made a program that will give you much more random numbers.
A simple way is just to create a Thread in the appropriate Forum section and post the code there.

...R
Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

mastrolinux

Just fixed the typo on production.

Thank you for finding it.


bobdabiulder


Paul__B

A simple way is just to create a Thread in the appropriate Forum section and post the code there.
Except that unless it is made a "sticky", it runs off and gets lost.

One reason I am not posting a description of all the various I2C backpacks.

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