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Re: Online library sharing idea
It's good that you mentioned kicadcloud.com, I hadn't spotted that
yet. I did receive email from Andrew @ circuithub and I asked some
questions about API and other details. There may be potential to
collaborate with them on the API.
I'm putting together a write up of the problem, the possible
online/cloud (although I really think that term is over used) solution
and some implementation ideas. I'll try to follow up here in a few
days once I have something that is enough to be beyond just some guy
sending email to the kicad developers list. My initial email was to
see if anyone else might be on board with the idea and to start to
gather some details before doing all of that extra work.
On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 3:49 PM, László Monda <laci@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Not sure whether you've heard of https://circuithub.com/ or
> http://www.kicadcloud.com/ but they're certainly related even though
> none of them seem terribly useful to me at the moment. Maybe some of
> these sites expose some webservice APIs - Could be a good way to
> On Wed, Aug 7, 2013 at 1:40 AM, Chris Morgan <chmorgan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Sites like http://www.kicadlib.org/ are great for sharing libraries
>> but I was thinking that having integrated online library sharing could
>> better distribute the work while making it easier to share and use
>> parts. A user could add add trusted sources to their remote libraries,
>> contribute new parts, vote on parts etc.
>> Thoughts? It would probably take a bit of effort to spec out and
>> implement things, I was thinking of an indiegogo or kickstarter
>> approach to fund the work.
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> László Monda <http://monda.hu>