Thanks for the feedback on the mag here, all very good stuff, please keep it coming (you may just spot something which none of us have yet to see, fresh eyes are always welcome and often see more!).
As for the cover, interesting though it was, I also agreed that it was unsuitable for what we are after. It did show that such a mag would sit on a news-stand though, but ideally it will be excellent to hear about it being printed and passed around schools etc. Consider it a stepping stone to the "Glossy Cover" we have now.
Anyway, please keep the feedback coming, particularly if you've printed it and have suggestions or issues about doing that. Jaseman has already redone a lot of the pages so that text is clearer when printed for example.
We are very excited about our nearing deadline so we want it to be as good as possible before moving onto Issue 2. Also if you have ideas and thoughts about where you'd like to see things progress in the next few issues then please let us know.
As soon as we have some RPi's to work with I hope to bring some detailed articles on interfacing etc (if I am able to).
Also, anyone wanting to join the team, please contact us and let us know, the more help (in whatever form) we can get the better.
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