Cast your vote for the top 20 Raspberry Pi projects in issue 50 of the MagPi! #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
The MagPi wants you to vote for your favorite pi project to be featured in their 50th issue! Read more and cast your vote here.
Although this Thursday will see the release of issue 49 of The MagPi, we’re already hard at work putting together our 50th issue spectacular. As part of this issue we’re going to be covering 50 of the best Raspberry Pi projects ever and we want you, the community, to vote for the top 20.
Below we have listed the 30 projects that we think represent the best of the best. All we ask is that you vote for your favourite. We will have a few special categories with some other amazing projects in the final article, but if you think we’ve missed out something truly excellent, let us know in the comments. Here’s the list so you can remind yourselves of the projects, with the poll posted at the bottom.
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