Let me introduce myself, my name is common denominator and I like things in the simplest terms. I use to be a Process Anaylst for an oil compnay - lts like a curse; must make it simple. That said, I do find some of the spark documents a little daunting as they assume a certain level of proficiency of the user and I find myself taking notes like I was back in high school; not that this would be a bad thing. I have been told I am not the brightest color in the crayon box; and I concur. Simple = Priceless.
The Spark Docs pages are very professional looking and appropriate for most people without question but, I would like to target the nimblest of folks who may not know what a micro usb port is let alone that a mincrocontroller is not a small accountant employed by midgets
What I am talking about and proposing to do will not only frustrate programmers of this community but rather, they may ask for my head. In other words, I want to help the less technically inclined folks with material geared at the 8th grade student level similar to how technical manuals are formatted for the general public.
So here is my question for the Spark Team, will it be okay if I develop some very simple (boring) cheat sheets; ebooks, and Instructable type pages containing “no thrills” but, with lots of simple terms, images, videos, etc. one of my domain sites and other venues like Instructables.com (If they will let me and then link to these creations within the Spark Community pages ?
I really need some help in this decision because when I ask Google for advise on this they forward me to Adafruit’s Arduno page.