Gary McCray here, past wiki editor for DIYDrones, announcing my own Informational Web Site: http://www.dronesarefun.com/
I am very much strong advocate of our APM and Pixhawk flight controllers, but I wanted to produce a resource that was also able to address interests of DIYDrones community that extended to all areas of personal and civil drone use.
The existing DIYDrones Wiki proved inappropriate for my goal, due to a desire to keep it strongly focused on implementation and use of the APM/Pixhawk.
This site will extend further into other topics than those in charge of the DIYDrones wiki/manual want it to embrace.
I think this is actually an understandable situation as the APM and Pixhawk flight controllers are complex and require a considerable effort to be explained appropriately and thoroughly.
I also thought that this extended information required a permanent and non-temporary resource with proper subject indexing and linking unlike the Blogs and Forums which were the only other DIYDrones available resources.
In no way is this site in competition with or disrespectful of DIYDrones, 3DR or any of it's members and in fact is only seeking to provide a useful supplement to the DIYDrones community.
Every page link in the top drop down menu is also accessible from every page from the Table Of Contents tab.
Every page is also accessible from the home Drones Are Fun page as a link below the associated illustration.
Below is the Page Linking Table of contents, one of the Drop Down Menu Selections can also be seen.
This is just my first pass at this site and I plan on adding a great deal more to it.
I would very much appreciate it if any of you who feel so inclined might look it over and let me know what you think, what you might like to see added and any errors you might notice.
I am also hoping to add a more conventional companion wiki with full public interaction.
I know the format of my site is very different from what you are used to seeing, but it is as completely uncluttered as I could make it so that it makes the information available as clearly as possible.
There is no advertising or other irrelevant clutter and it is best viewed at a fixed width.
Page to page navigation and indexing is as simple as I could make it.
The Page Index at the top of the page even allows you to jump to specific topics within each page.
It has been tested and works well in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer (Top menu bar doesn't float in Explorer).
And it even works quite well in Chrome on an IPAD and on Android Tablets, but is not really ideal for the phone format.
I hope this is of benefit to the DIYDrones community as well as to new people interested in exploring this fascinating endeavor.
Best Regards To You All,