Thanks for the responses all. I'm checking out both of these sources now :)


DJ Delorie wrote:
"Patrick Doyle" <> writes:
I've found the gEDA (GNU EDA) mailing list to be quite informative.
See, especially the 2nd to last section
entitled "gEDA Users", which will point you at the mailing list.

I use that and s.e.* as my resources, but note that the geda-user
mailing list is technically for users of (and use of) the gEDA suite.
I don't think they'd appreciate it if a whole bunch of non-geda-users
started using it as a generic electronics mailing list.

Unless, of course, you promise to switch to gEDA!  ;-)

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