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Adafruit Instructables group

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Some housekeeping, we’ve added a bunch of projects to the Adafruit Instructables group! If you have an Adafruit kit and want to share your builds, hacks and tweaks – add it in the Adafruit Instructables group or our Adafruit Flickr pool.


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2 Comments

  1. I used to like Instructables, but they’re getting more and more annoying with their “members only zomg!” stuff. I don’t see why I should have to create an account just to view the photos attached to a project.

  2. yeah i feel the same way, stopped using them after requiring a login to view all steps on one page business. Practically speaking I would rather write my own instruction that is in a format that I know won’t annoy people even it means *much* less exposure.

    With that said I’m still glad the site exists because I used it recently to help me with a DIY project at home.

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