Is there a community-accepted space that people are submitting their finished projects (for example, Ben Heck's BBC Micro mod, The SNESDev-RPi, etc.)? How-tos would be nice, but not required.

For enterprising hackers that are looking to borrow ideas from others that have done projects, this would be a great resource and it would also be fun for uber-geeks to show off their skills.

I can continue to browse the Internet and YouTube for finished projects and project ideas, but I was wondering if there was a single place that aggregated a repository of Raspberry Pi ideas in a more friendly format.

If this doesn't exist, please indicate as such.

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    This question is now considered acceptable in its current form and has been reopened. You can read why at this meta answer.
    – Jivings
    Jul 17 '12 at 18:47
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    As @Jivings said, your question has been reopened. Thank you for taking the time to improve it. We need more users like you if we are going to graduate. =D
    – user46
    Jul 17 '12 at 19:02
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    The closest thing I've seen is hackaday.com/category/rasberry-pi .Well its not Raspberry Pi specific. Jul 19 '12 at 23:49
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    This really seems like something the foundation need to take hold of - a proper library/wiki with everything tagged etc would be a valuable resource. Jul 24 '12 at 9:33
  • This too raspberryprojects.com but it seems empty. Aug 3 '12 at 5:01

The confusing thing about the Raspberry Pi wiki is that they have it hosted at elinux.org. That being said they do have sections dedicated to Projects, Guides, and Tutorials which all combined I think meet your expectations. The only problem is that the Projects page only has a a dozen or so projects.

I think we ought to help the Raspberry Pi Foundation out with their Projects Page adoption rate by vocally advertising its existence.

See the Projects, Guides, and Tutorials section here.

The actual Projects page is here.

  • I think this was exactly what Zoot was looking for.
    – Jivings
    Jul 24 '12 at 22:42
  • I think you're right. It's not complete, but I think it's as official as we can get at this point.
    – Zoot
    Jul 26 '12 at 18:40

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