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Calculate examples.

Thanks for the great followup comment! :) Do you have any good examples you've discovered ? I'll start collecting them too. --IainD 22:00, 30 December 2007 (EST)

Measure/Oscilloscope

Great ideas on the Measure/Oscilloscope page! Keep them coming...Also feel free to add suggestions on the discussion page of Measure for features you'd like to see in the Activity. Also, I am trying to collect interesting science experiments that can be done around the XO. Let me know of any ideas/thoughts. Thanks!--Arjs 14:36, 1 January 2008 (EST)

Ive added a lot of pics on how to build a temperature sensor probe and how to do some measurement stuff. It'd be great if you could let me know some feedback or try them out etc. thanks. --Arjs 15:11, 14 January 2008 (EST)
Thanks for your message. It'd be nice to talk/skype sometime. Let me know if that's possible for you. My email id is given on my user page. --Arjs 00:04, 15 January 2008 (EST)

price of USB based sensor board

Thanks for your feedback. Ive passed on your comments to Edward Baafi, edward dot baafi at gmail dot com. --Arjs 17:46, 11 March 2008 (EDT)

Be Bold(er)

I've looked at some of the stuff you are posting on Talk:Measure and I think it's very interesting. I'd suggest you consider creating new pages for some of this instead of just shoe-horning it into the talk page, where it gets a bit lost in the scroll. It may be conservative wikipedia habits transferring over, but I think you'll find that around the OLPC wiki there is much more openness to new page creation. I think some of the stuff you're doing merits Measure/sub-pages and talk pages all of it's own (e.g. Measure/Speaker or whatever), instead of just deeper and deeper indents on Talk:Measure. Just my opinion, you're certainly free to continue posting over there, but perhaps you shouldn't restrict yourself to talk pages when you are clearly developing fully formed ideas/projects. Cjl 20:06, 6 May 2008 (EDT)

Fair enough, since I raised the structure issue, I'll craft a proposal for restructuring and post it to Talk:Measure or maybe Measure#Proposed_re-organization_of_this_page for consideration by those of you that are doing all the cool stuff. Looking at current structure, I'm thinking short, bushy branching e.g. Measure/Projects (index only section) on Measure, Measure/Projects stays, but becomes more a short ideas section collector/incubator, Measure/Oscilliscope, Measure/Speaker, Measure/Widget1, etc. graduate to become immediate branches indexed on Measure. User:arjs made edits a few weeks ago that shows he's looking for input. Cjl 10:52, 7 May 2008 (EDT)
Lots and lots of interesting suggestions. Many thanks to WvBaily and cjl. I've been overwhelmed with other work to get a chance to look at these. Lets work through these suggestions to re-organize the Measure wiki page in the coming weeks...Thanks again. --Arjs 09:10, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

Image upload

Just uploaded two images successfully, a third doesn't look like I think it should, but I put that down to my newness with Inkscape, not wiki. If problems continue for you, I'll try to help you find someone who can offer real assistance, we've just exhausted my knowledge of wiki upload.  :-( Cjl 13:07, 18 May 2008 (EDT)

Sent a wiki-mail with some ideas. Cjl 11:02, 19 May 2008 (EDT)

Re organizing Measure pages

I've begun a rough effort here . I'd welcome inputs and help. I am thinking that once we've migrated all of the stuff here, we can replace the main Measure page with this scratch-pad in making. Thanks --Arjs 08:37, 28 June 2008 (UTC)

And my apologies I haven't been able to respond to all your comments on the Measure wiki pages. I've been overwhelmed with other work. Thank you very much for all your inputs and work, and lets work through re-organizing the Measure pages. Thanks again. --Arjs 09:07, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

Misleading information

In the diagram you posted showing the audio input jacks, you included a comment about needing 100K series resistors. There is already a series resistor on the PCB for that input. And using a 100K will throw off the frequency response... --Wad 16:33, 30 December 2008 (UTC)

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