Please add [board/SoC] in front of the subject of your topics

Discussion and questions about boards that can run MicroPython but don't have a dedicated forum.
Target audience: Everyone interested in running MicroPython on other hardware.
Post Reply
Posts: 220
Joined: Fri Dec 13, 2013 9:25 am

Please add [board/SoC] in front of the subject of your topics

Post by torwag » Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:14 am


as you post on the "other Boards" sub-forum please follow the rule and add, in square brackets, the board resp. the SoC/IC name to the subject. This helps people to filter out relevant topics about a certain unit and if makes it easier for the moderators to identify if there is a need for an individual forum.

Try to be as generic as possible e.g. if you believe the topic covers all PIC32 controller add the family,

[PIC32] Port of lib foo

If it is about a very particular behaviour of a certain periphery of a certain chip be more detailed, e.g.

[STM32L162] Using the AES function

If it is about a particular function of a certain board which is not generic for the used controller, add the board, e.g.

[Teensy 3.6] SD-card access

You can also rename existing topics, to follow this rule, as long as you are the OP.



Post Reply