As of v1.2, RADDS can be powered with 24V without the additional zener diodes since it incorporates a voltage regulator in its design. I suggest adding that to this page. -Abbysion
Not Open Source
Hi Traumflug, did you actually asked for all documentation to replicate the RADDS? Is your request of information denied?
Hi, Traumflug, I will overdo this page, to sum up any info and get it in a readable logically order, because I need to gather info anyways. Is this work safe or will the article be removed because of advertising? -Skimmy
do we need a new category?
... I had several questions related to RADDS and other "not Open-Source", but frequently used boards, which are not clearly specified as comercial.
What's with a new section with something like "community driven developments"?
Please do not savagely re-activate
Page de-activated for being closed-source and advertising.
Only re-activate this page after the source code has been properly published.
- Most people in the forums (e.g. here, in german) agree that RADDS (and others like AZSMZ) are not true open-source (or not open-source at all) because it's not possible to build your own copy.
- However, a lot of people are against the deletion. Can we make a vote or something?
- Also I think most people won't join a Wiki-Discussion or don't have Wiki accounts. Maybe we should start a thread in the international forums and more people will join the discussion. --Microfortnight (talk) 03:04, 6 February 2017 (PST)