On Tue, Jun 03, 2014 at 07:24:22PM +0300, Asif Sardar wrote: > I found this to be extremely important to write detailed wiki pages > for the environment setup. If you have any suggestions to improve it, > you are welcome! > > Please check the following wiki pages: > > Ell-i Runtime > https://github.com/Ell-i/Runtime/wiki/Compiling-and-development-environment-setup > > Ell-i Robot Framework > https://github.com/Ell-i/ELL-i-PyBot-Tests/wiki/Read-Me Asif, Teemu and me met yesterday and discussed progressing ELL-i documentation further. Current goal is now set to providing a high quality set of basic instructions for getting new people started with ELL-i. Action points: * Style guideline (Atte) * OS-specific instructions for Ubuntu and OSX (Atte) - Hopefully Teemu can hook me up with an STM32F4-Discovery board so I can keep that documented, too * Example "hello world" code with build and flash instructions for ellduino, aka. how to test the toolchain without writing your own code (Asif) * ELL-i Runtime and Robot: document source tree layout (Asif) * High-level overview of all (relevant) ELL-i code repositories; intended purpose and current status (Teemu) * Ellduino high-level description; design goals and key components with links to their spec sheets (Teemu) * Ellduino pin layout map, basically combine these: (Teemu) http://arduino.cc/en/uploads/Main/ArduinoDue_Front.jpg https://github.com/Ell-i/Hackathon/wiki/Ellduino-expansion-headers This is not a comprehensive list of future plans, only a manageable size task list with self-contained results. Once these are done, we will reiterate over items currently in backlog and create a new task list. -- Atte Peltomäki atte.peltomaki@xxxxxx <> http://kameli.org "Your effort to remain what you are is what limits you"