Where are lpc's folks?

Started by Felipe de Andrade Neves Lavratti January 3, 2014
Hi guys,

I noticed that there is fewer and fewer emails on this group as time pass
by. Where are the new nxp's MCUs discussion groups these days?

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From: l... [mailto:l...] On Behalf Of
Felipe de Andrade Neves Lavratti
Sent: Friday, 3 January 2014 11:51 PM
To: l...
Subject: [lpc2000] Where are lpc's folks?

Hi guys,
I noticed that there is fewer and fewer emails on this group as time pass
by. Where are the new nxp's MCUs discussion groups these days?

The NXP forums are at:

http://www.lpcware.com/forum

LPCXpresso is the busiest:

http://www.lpcware.com/lpcxpresso/forum

There are also the mbed forums:

http://mbed.org/forum/

Regards,
Chris

Chris Burrows
CFB Software
http://www.astrobe.com



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I was wondering where everybody went too.

boB
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Sent: Sunday, 2 February 2014 8:57 PM
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Subject: [lpc2000] RE: Where are lpc's folks?

I was wondering where everybody went too.

boB

The NXP forums are at:

http://www.lpcware.com/forum

LPCXpresso is the busiest:

http://www.lpcware.com/lpcxpresso/forum

There are also the mbed forums:

http://mbed.org/forum/

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b...@gudgel.org wrote:
> I was wondering where everybody went too.
>
> boB
>

I atttempted to post some questions last week but they have never appeared on the list. So I guess Yahoo is broken, again

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I'm here, alive and well using LPC1769's use expresso forum and Mbed.  I monitor this site and like it when people are
not putting each other down.
Rick

On Monday, February 3, 2014 2:07 AM, Tim Mitchell wrote:

 
b...@gudgel.org wrote:
> I was wondering where everybody went too.
>
> boB
>

I atttempted to post some questions last week but they have never appeared on the list. So I guess Yahoo is broken, again

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Thanks ! Adding those forums to my list. I have known about them but hadn't really looked much lately.

Also, NXP's forum had been gone due to upgrading so their site said. Will also try that one again.

This LPC2000 forum has been invaluable to me over the years and I hope it keeps on.

boB
I am a member of the LPC3000 forum as well and it looks like that one has been taken over by the spammers. Anyone know what has happened?

Rick
Hello Rick,

it seems that the moderator of the group is not more available
and he has set up the group to allow new members to post without moderation...
I earlier was member of the group, but meanwhile left it.

Yahoo seems to be not interesting to do something against it.
Solutions could be to get a new moderator or take down the group,
but in my opinion without help of Yahoo or the original moderator nothing is possible to change.

It is not the only Yahoo group which has the same problem.
But there are a lot other groups (like this one), which are mostly spam free and still useful.

Best regards,

Martin
Hint: My last message was related to lpc3000 mailing list, NOT regarding lpc2000 mailing list.