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If u do then plzz tell how can we make this site better and more informative for upcoming newcomers...
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Well I could say writing more idiot-proof step-by-step guides on building a particular robot, with loads of pictures and stuff, I think some of the fun, and more importantly learning, comes from reading over most of the tutorials, which contain the knowledge you need in bits and parts, and then taking all that knowledge and using it to complete your project.
thats the thing i also wrote abt earlier ... the admin should stop spoon feeding us with prewritten codes and header files and give newcomers an indepth coverage of the subject so that they can make the code themselves rather than just copying wats written earlier.
i have seen ppl who have built bots but dont know a thing abt programming coz they just copy the codes and modify it in some ways, but they are unabe to write their own... so wats the use then???
heyy dont compare wikipedia with societyofrobots COZ WIKI IS WIKI AND... SOR IS SOR SO ITS BEST THAT THEY HAVE SOME DIFFERENCES WHICH MAKE THEM UNIQUE
This question is more towards Admin, but what about a wiki style user contribution section?
AND THATS THE PART I LIKED ABT UR TUTORIALS...by spoon feeding i meant how u supplied all the codes and all for all kinds of bots, i recommend somthings should be left to do by the builder himself like the programming, offcourse u can supply the header files and all but the real coding should be done by the builder himself for his knowledge only ...AND WHO SAID THAT PPL DONT LEARN ANYTHING FROM THE TUTORIALS ,I just meant that 80 % of the work can be done by the admin but live the 20 % for the builder , right now i would say that u leave only a mere 5 % of the work to be done for the builder the rest of it is done by u only...