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Re: Github public library repository.
If there is no current maintainer for the libraries I think I can do it.
Just let me get used again to kicad, I received a Raspberry Pi yesterday
and was thinking in build some extra adds.
I imagine we can use the RaspberryPi boom to give to the libraries more
visibility, maybe starting with actually doing some raspberry and arduino
guided libraries and publish them.
I will review the current state of libraries out there tonight and maybe
create the team in github too to start with something.
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 3:48 PM, Dick Hollenbeck <dick@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 01/24/2013 12:57 PM, Jorge Cardona wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I just want to check if there is any plan to build an "official" place
> to get kicad
> > libraries and more, since right now is kind of messy, there are tons of
> pages with
> > outdated libraries and is hard to search a common component as a hirose
> connector. I
> > used kicad like 4 years ago, and installed it this morning again and it
> seems to be the
> > same problem as 4 years ago, is not impossible to setup but is certainly
> a pita.
> > I propose to create a KiCAD Team in github, and create several
> repositories, one can be
> > the mirror of the current code from launchpad, and other can be a set of
> libraries, this
> > could be a place like http://www.kicadlib.org <http://www.kicadlib.org/>
> but more
> > manageable.
> > Bye.
> Hi Jorge,
> One option for you is to become an official maintainer of the official
> KiCad libraries.
> Rather than your work eventually becoming another of the "tons of pages
> without outdated
> libraries" (to use your words), this path certainly avoids that:
> I'm sure they would welcome your help, expertise, and energy.
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Jorge Eduardo Cardona