About 63,000 posts! Around 36 posts per day on average! We’ll check back in later next year and see how it’s going! We offer free, around the clock support to all of our customers in the Adafruit forums – if you need help, this is your first stop!
It’s also a good time to reiterate the “rules” in the forums and here, our weekly chat and on the blog. They’re not really rules, just a handy list of things you can expect when you participate on the Adafruit sites. Our goal is to support everyone from all skill levels to hang out here and have fun. Adafruit is a safe place where beginners can get help and show off their projects. We were all beginners once 🙂
Adafruit, its customers and community of electronics enthusiasts want to encourage the kind of discussions that we all want. A positive, helpful tone that maximizes the sharing of information.
Posts and comments in the Adafruit forums should be:
Adding information, asking researched questions, sharing cool stuff or
A well-reasoned critique / criticism
Comments and posts should not be:
Spam, attacks on people, projects, or
Mean spirited, not courteous to others or the Adafruit team
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