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Free Raspberry Pi ezine: The MagPi

Posted on Saturday, July 7th, 2012 in dev boards, documentation by the machinegeek

The third issue of The MagPi, the Raspberry Pi community’s free-to-download magazine has been released. This issue includes articles on Debian essentials, GPIO interfacing for beginners, making ribbon cable and more.

All issues of The MagPi are available for download from the MagPi magsite.

Ash, Jaseman, Meltwater, Chris and The MagPi team are looking for people to help with the magazine, as well as looking for contributions to content. They’re in particular need of people to volunteer a couple of hours a week to help with layout, artwork, photography, testing and administration. If interested please email editor@themagpi.com.

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  1. Anka06 says:

    interesting… thanks!

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