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Scouts

Scouts land in the Fubra Universe

Scout groups pop up regularly on the Raspberry Pi blog. The special mix of enthusiastic young people, talented leaders and technology makes for brilliant projects that really sum up why the Raspberry Pi was created. The 2nd Aldershot Scout Group’s project is particularly splendid: roving robots, chicken wire, papier mache, programming, Raspberry Pis and more.... Continue reading

Monday grab bag

We’ve had some people send us some great stuff this week – if you’re working on something cool that you think we might feature in a grab bag post, please mail me at liz@raspberrypi.org. First up, some video. Linus Torvalds has been talking about Raspberry Pi (we will forgive him his insistence on calling it... Continue reading

Biz’s LEGO case – the Boreatton Scouts hit Germany.

Biz, age 12, is a member of the Boreatton Scouts Robo Club. When we featured them in a post a few weeks ago, we had a number of requests for instructions on making the LEGO Raspberry Pi case she’d created. She’s sent me some instructions and photos – thanks Biz! The Scouts are in Mannheim,... Continue reading

The Boreatton Scouts meet a Raspberry Pi

Liz: A little while ago, we had an email from Alan Herbert, who helps run the Boreatton Scout troop. The troop had been hoping to get their hands on a Raspberry Pi but hadn’t been lucky with the first batch. They’re a pretty special troop, who have a real affinity with things technological; they’ve been... Continue reading