William Westfield email (remove spam text)
> the list is quiet and makes me wonder how people are developing things around the pic processor today.
A lot of the “random” stuff has moved from eMail lists to forum-like services.
A lot of what drives this sort of mailing list is “beginners” and hobbyists, which ask the questions (sometimes “stupid questions" that spur interesting discussions. And a lot of them have moved to Arduino or Raspberry Pi; both pretty far removed from “clever sequences of obscure 8bit PIC instructions.”
I was a little surprised that the 16 and 32bit PICs didn’t generate more discussion here :-(
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