Greetings yet again!
First of all, for those who have so patiently helped me overcome the hurdles and angst I have faced, a hearty “Thank You!”
There seems to be a lot I’m missing here. All kinds of picky details about this-and-that, that (IMHO) should be obvious somehow or other. It’s almost like showing up for a lab assignment after having missed the lecture session where the lab was assigned and explained.
Now don’t get me wrong. The GoPiGo is a fascinating piece of work. (My micro:bot is threatening to run away if I don’t play with it soon!)
One of the things I actually do - surprise! surprise! - is read the documentation, insofar as I can find it. I peruse the fora. I read the blogs. I look for the little tid-bits hidden here-and-there.
Yet, somehow, this does not seem to be enough. What am I missing?
And please, do not refer me to yet ANOTHER entire GitHub maze, (oops! “repository”), to find essential facts that should be placed front-and-center for the interested instructor and/or hobbyist to find. As much as I appreciate what GitHub does, I would beg to suggest that it is NOT intended to be a replacement for documentation or links to essential information.
Any help or advice would be gratefully appreciated.