1490Re: October meeting notes
- Nov 1, 2006Alright- good ideas.
--- In Pennlug@yahoogroups.com, "Matt Krotzer" <wing_sas@...> wrote:
> --- In Pennlug@yahoogroups.com, "super_dave42" <dclr@> wrote:
> > Yeah, that'd be great. I've only got one of the big baseplates
> > (Moonbase standard); if it would work better to use the 32x32
> > in our own "standard," we can do that. Otherwise, I don't want
> > my one plate on a module that can't connect to anything- let's
> > coordinate.
> > Also, there's a fellow Lego user who works in my office; I'm
> > trying to get him interested in PennLUG. Maybe a moonbase module
> > sway him....
> Lets stick to the large grey baseplates. I've got a handful of
> and can lend them out if necessary. Also, when designing your
> try to have at LEAST 2 connections on it, more if possible. It'll
> things far easier when it comes time to link everything. Its
> have too many connection points than not enough. There's always
> possibilities for extra connection points.
> As for your co-worker: Show him the stuff on zemi.net. Jon Palmer's
> got some great things on there. If that doesn't build interest, I
> don't know what will.
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