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The wiki can be used to document your project. This may be for your own reference or to aid communication on a collaborative project. It can also be helpful and inspiring to other members.
Documenting your Project
If you want to share your project with the world, the wiki is a great place to do. A project can be documented in any way you like! There are no hard and fast rules for how a project page should be written; its entirely up to you. If you're unsure where to start we've prepare a "Boiler Plate" that you can start filling in. Simply copy and paste the template onto your new page and away you go!
Some pointers towards writing a good page:
- Lots of images are great and can be used to show things that would be hard to write about.
- Include details such as where you bought materials from.
- If you don't want to write reams, that's not a problem. Just a picture of the finished product is ok.
At any time our members are working on lots of different projects; Many will not be documented on the wiki. Of those that are, these In Progress projects have been updated recently:
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Projects Looking for Collaborators
Not sure what you want to work on? Need some help getting motivated? Or maybe you have a project that needs multiple participants to be completed. Projects can be tagged by adding [[Category:Looking for Collaborators]] anywhere on the project page.
A full list of projects actively looking for collaboration can be found here: Category:Looking for Collaborators