3D Robotics

Moving DIY Drones documentation to Google Code Wikis

Following the great example of the UAVDevBoard team, who have excellent documentation on their Google Code wiki, we'll be moving all the DIY Drones product documentation to Google Code wikis for each product.

The first product to move is ArduStation, which has now fully moved to the Wiki. ArduPilot 2.5 is in progress. ArduIMU+, Blimpduino, the LabView GCS and other projects will all move over the next few week.

One of the great things about moving to a wiki is that anyone can contribute to make it better. Right now that's just for project contributors, but we'll be opening them up to all soon.

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  • 3D Robotics
    Sorry, that didn't come through

    (put angle brackets on each side of this)

    wiki:video url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LkNlTNHZzE"/
  • 3D Robotics
    Doug, yes. From the syntax guide:

    You can embed videos with the following syntax:

    Valid attributes are:

    url: the URL of the video
    width: the width of the embedded video
    height: the height of the embedded video
  • Developer
    Chris - is there any good way to tie video in to the wiki? The FTDI video for example....
  • 3D Robotics
    Here's a guide to the Wiki syntax
  • Hi Chris !
    Its is really nice thing you have done !
  • Awesome. This is a perfect compliment to Google Code and unifies everything in one easy to access place. Can you point me to a good reference for the syntax required in the Wiki? I looked at the help info and it wasn't too clear - or I was missing something.
  • Yes this is very cool. I cant wait to buy my hardware and get started and now I have some very noob friendly guides to fallow. :D Keep up the great work.
  • Admin
    Good work Chris, pls keep it up
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