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Welcome to Fruit of the Shed
Great things have been accomplished by people in sheds… Alan Turing, Marie Curie, Barnes Wallace, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates… Share your shed greatness with others here. FruitOfTheShed is a public open space to aggregate and share shed brilliance; code snippets, functions, novel circuits ideas. Show your ingenuity to the world and let others critique your work in the spirit of friendly altruism.
Select your area of expertise/interest by selecting the namespace on the left hand sidebar.
Feel free to have a good rifle through the contributions and enjoy your stay. You can browse the work with no restrictions. You can use what you like but please contact the Original Poster if you want to use the their contribution commercially, just to check that's OK - it might be nice to let them know you are using it anyway.
Please maintain a friendly approach, egos and attitudes should be left outside - we ALL began as something else. Don't post anything offensive, mind your language and play nice - if you wouldn't want your mum seeing you behave a certain way, it doesn't belong here either.
History and Acknowledgements
The Fruit of the Shed (FotS) was originally created by TBS forum member @CaptainBoing (Andrew) based on ScrewTurn Wiki. He hosted Fruitoftheshed.com on his company's window server for nearly eight years as a repository of code and snippets for all things MMBasic (and a few other bits too). Recently ill health has prevented him from continuing. His contributions were many through FotS –always apt and often ingenious. Many TBS members looked at FotS, it is a very valuable resource and his efforts are appreciated.
Andrew made the contents available and the information is now re homed on DokuWiki which is still currently supported and can also be hosted on linux, which considerably widens the options for hosting it.
FotS is not a forum as such. You will not find much activity here. The Back Shed forum is where all the activity takes place and where to ask questions.
FotS is used to:
Document a completed project and give its background. e.g. Backpack Curve Tracer
Provide an index to various threads in the TBS. e.g. Armmite F4 hardware.
Publish tips,hints summaries.
How to Contribution
You'll need an account to contribute, correct or discuss any work (membership is free and always will be). Any contributions to FruitOfTheShed are published under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) licence (and you provide implicit agreement to this when you publish your work here) but they remain the property of the relevant Original Poster (except where specified).
If you are posting stuff that is not your original work, it must …
* Have been originally published elsewhere under a compatible public licence (and you must credit them here also).
* or you'll need their permission to publish it here (and credit them).
* take reasonable steps to ensure you aren't violating copyright or upsetting anyone.
In the event the originator of the work cannot be determined, this must be clearly stated and you must be prepared to take it down in the event someone protests. Any reinstatement will depend on the outcome of the bun-fight. We reserve the right to remove articles at our discretion if the originator of it presents reasonable objection.
NOTE: If you are uploading files e.g. images or gerber files, as with all wikis you need to upload the file first using the Media Manager link on the top right under the search field then add the pointer to your contribution.
Getting an Account
To ensure that this site does not require too much maintenance accounts will only be granted to TBS (The Back Shed) forum members in good standing. On the TBS forum send a PM to disco4now requesting access.
Have a read of the various pages in the Wiki namespace to see how to create or update a page/article