Updates, new products and GitHub.

Posted by Adam Attwood Hillson on

First, I should probably use this part of the site more often. The last post was the closing of AssemblerGames and that was 18 months ago!

While on the topic of things I should do more often - I have been working hard to improve documentation and the product page descriptions (and will soon add images to the couple of items still missing them!).

I have always been a "doer" and less of a "write it down" type of guy. Probably something to do with writing documentation as part of an old job for years - I just hate it.

That said, its important to help people who buy from us make a good job of the installation. But I must admit, you are all great and support emails are very far and few between. (Should probably shout out Pete@mmmonkey, he's picked up my slack for years with guides - Thanks Pete!).

So to this end, I have setup a RetroGamerStuff GitHub repo, this will be the home to our documentation and also forks of any projects we build and sell. Any improvements we make (documentation or code/pcb design) will be public and offered back upstream. If you can improve any of the documentation, please feel free to make changes and send a pull request.

GitHub link is: Here but it's also on the nav menu on the left.

Which leads nicely on to new products. 

We now have taken up the CD-i RGB project from Mobius Strip Technologies. While this project is opensource for personal use, we are currently the only authorised manufacturer/supplier. As detailed above, we have forked the project and will be uploading any updates/changes and documentation there. 

The CD-i GitHub repo is: Here

I would just like to thank you all for your custom and support over the last 18 months. While I was doing this since 2011 on AssemblerGames, it never really occurred to me that a site may be successful, I only did it to help out my fellow AG members. In hindsight, I should have done it years ago, but as they say, hindsight is 20/20.


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