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copterrichie
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Post by copterrichie »

Guys (and Ladies), please I understand that everyone may not like TimeCop and how he come across at times, but he really is a good guy with good intentions. Alex, I ask of you please, can you create a sub-forum for the NAZE32 development? Things over at RCG is really getting out of touch and far from reality. After all, the Baseflight is a MultiWii port and this site is All things related to MultiWii

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Re: Timecop

Post by Katch »

2nded.

I couldn't stand the guy when I joined RCG but over time you learn his sense of humor and he knows his stuff.

I can see why he winds people up but he has always been an ally to MWC even if it runs on 8 bit;-)

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Re: Timecop

Post by Alexinparis »

I appreciate his contribution, even if he isn't a 8bit fan ;)
We could open a 32bit sub-forum if he ask me.

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Re: Timecop

Post by timecop »

OK, can we please have a 32bit sub forum then :)
I promise not to troll to much in it :p

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Post by JussiH »

Great iniative... :D

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Re: Timecop

Post by Katch »

Again 2nded for a 32bit forum.

I've got one of those cheapy stm32s coming from china at the moment as do several other people. It would be nice to have somewhere to focus 32bit development and help each other out.

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Re: Timecop

Post by Alexinparis »

done ;)

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Re: Timecop

Post by TheX »

Perfect!

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Re: Timecop

Post by rotary65 »

I think that concentrating the 32-bit MWC topics on this forum is the best idea. I really find that the huge threads on RCG don't work for firmware/FC discussions. Plus, RC pilots and OpenSource developers don't necessarily relate well to each other. A lot of people in the R/C community don't get the OpenSource idea.

Thank-you for creating the 32bit subforum!

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Re: Timecop

Post by CesiumK9 »

Good Day Alex

May I respectfully suggest also adding 'General Discussions' under the 32bit subforum, it might help new
members with MultiWii 32bit forum orientation.

Regards
John

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Re: Timecop

Post by TTM »

Alexinparis wrote:done ;)


I have searched pretty much everywhere. Could you please show where is the subforum you have created for timecop?

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Post by copterrichie »

TTM wrote:
Alexinparis wrote:done ;)


I have searched pretty much everywhere. Could you please show where is the subforum you have created for timecop?



viewforum.php?f=22

viewforum.php?f=23

viewforum.php?f=24

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Re: Timecop

Post by TTM »

thanks

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Post by Hamburger »

about RCG:
someone brought up the idea to move away from RCG and go elsewhere because of the moderation modus applied. Any idea which other rc-related forum currently carries about a similar range of topics and knowledgable users?
rcuniverse - gone the myspace route?
helifreak - too narrow focus, mostly helicopters?
others?

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Re: Timecop

Post by copterrichie »

There are these two:

http://www.multikopter.co.uk/forum/

http://n3m1s1s.webs.com/

To be very honest here, I really would like to see an alternative to RCG, that place stinks to high heaven.

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Re: Timecop

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from multikopter:
you must register to view or post in our community
not to my liking.
oh, and they provide a sub-forum for the rabbit grabbit thiefs - maybe I should register...

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Re: Timecop

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I agree with you on Multikopter not being to my liking. I registered there, made a few post, then tried to close the account. They claimed to be different from RCG, but they are following in the same footsteps.

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Re: Timecop

Post by copterrichie »

If you want to showcase your copter, nothing to technical, there is this Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/143306455748758/

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Re: Timecop

Post by jy0933 »

I dont have any in hand.. but it is really hard to find any that has knowledgable users as many as RCG

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Re: Timecop

Post by Fried_Onion »

how about we expand multiwii forums :D . RCG is almost unreadable with all the missing posts by banned users

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Post by rotary65 »

Besides the over zealous and misguided moderation, I find the massive threads for a single flight controller to be unusable. A flight controller and firmware warrant their own sub forum.

I am using RC Groups less and less as I move to open source systems. Still, the bulk of users are still on RCG.

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Re: Timecop

Post by copterrichie »

I have also noticed a slow migrations away from RCG. Most of the post in Multi-Rotor forum is vendor related and much less related to builds.

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