New Wiki Website Provides Free Access to Electronic Circuits Archive.

Tecnick.com company today announced the launch of CircuitsArchive, a community-focused website whose goal is to provide a commonplace to share Electronic Circuits Schematics.
 
April 18, 2008 - PRLog -- Tecnick.com company today announced the launch of CircuitsArchive (http://www.circuitsarchive.org), a community-focused website whose goal is to provide a commonplace to share Electronic Circuits Schematics.

The new CircuitsArchive website (http://www.circuitsarchive.org) is a free content project that collects information about Electronic Circuits. CircuitsArchive already contains hundreds of electronic circuits organized into several categories.

Created with the same MediaWiki software that was developed for the Wikipedia project, CircuitsArchive allows registered users to contribute and improve the website. All text is available under the GNU Free Documentation License (GFDL) and may be distributed or linked accordingly.

"The main CircuitsArchive purpose is to enable effective knowledge sharing for hobbyists and students interested in technical information about electronic circuits, for free," said Nicola Asuni - CircuitsArchive founder.

CircuitsArchive was founded as evolution of the circuits archive of the Technick.net website, which was online since March 1998 as Nick Homepage.

For more information visit http://www.circuitsarchive.org
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