fanoush wrote: ↑
Mon Apr 29, 2019 6:58 am
ceteras wrote: ↑
Sun Apr 28, 2019 11:23 pm
Such a wonderfully supportive community!
My irony and humor detector is probably failing again
My link points to thread where next post tells you to not ask for support if you buy it. And when searching 'Osoyoo' as suggested you only find posts about completely different 3.5" SPI display (and now maybe also this thread). But overall this is still 'wonderfully supportive community' despite all this, so I wonder if you used sarcasm or not
I'm sorry if you felt targeted by my post, I now think I shouldn't have written that way.
My issue is with posts that do not help, seem to come from quick assumptions, or maybe are fueled by a sort of conflicting interest.
Actually this happens on any and all forums and communities, nothing special about this one.
In this case, the DSI display, I believe any new development could possibly bring a learning experience.
Because access to this technology is limited by the factors we all know and understand.
Just like access to a microprocessor was before de 6502 and Z80, or access to computing before the BBC Micro.
A new, different device is a solution to be examined, to find out how they did it, if it works or not.
Wasn't the Raspberry Pi all about encouraging learning, and experimenting, and not being afraid of breaking things?
Perhaps we should start threads with a lot more care: state that we did search first, that we did pay our contribution to the Mission, that we do know all the things we should know, and our intention is not to break the business model, but to get more knowledge and share it with everybody. Perhaps not.