I made a resource page with quick links


#1

I made a resource page with quick links to our team, the game manual, forums, and other frequently accessed information. Feel free to take a look, I should be adding more information when needed.

Here is a screenshot of the start page:

Here is the link:
https://sites.google.com/view/frcresources/start

Tell me what you think of it, and what I can do better below.

Update

I have just updated the site and added a basis for a “Knowledge Library” now.

Go ahead and check out the new page! I will be adding links and documents to there eventually.
https://sites.google.com/view/frcresources/library

Go ahead and keep suggesting things to add to this “Library of Knowledge”

Update 2

I added a link to a feedback form now! If you want something added, suggest it here, or there!

Update 3

I have written a new post on this site as I have somewhat overhauled it a bit already.


UPDATED: My FRC Resource Page
#2

If there is anything I can to do make it better, please let me know.


#3

I really think that this is what FIRST needs, Except with more resources. I would make specific pages for things like

  • Strategy
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Programming
  • Game analysis
  • ETC.

collect white papers, calculators, and important posts of each group. a one stop FRC “library” of knowledge. I cant wait to see what you add

some things I think should be added
JVN calc, 1678 strategy white papers, 971 workshops, Posts about WCD, and other drive trains. maybe we can get CD to supply links to what they want to see on the site


#4

I’ll consider your suggestions when I update the site later today, thank you for your help!


#5

In case people havent seen these; here are two documents that cover a lot of this area already.

The first is An FRC Anthology by Tim Flynn, and the second the FRC Sruvival Guide written by a good friend Kristin Weiss. These dont include things like this years game manual, but serve well as a general knowledge base for how to compete in FRC.


#6

I really like the website platform, but Trent is correct in that there are already many similar documents and resource pages that already exist, with the one I made definitely not being the first or last of its type.


#7

Cool website. Good work!

I would consider adding a link to the Q&A site and the combined Team Update document.

Under the “Forums” dropdown, you might also want to add Facebook groups: FIRST Robotics Network, FIRST Robotics Discussion, FIRST Robotics, FRC: Share and Learn.

Additionally, shameless self-promotion here, perhaps a link to my STIMS registration guide and/or the official instructions provided by FIRST.


#8

I have just updated the site and added a basis for a “Knowledge Library” now.

Go ahead and check out the new page! I will be adding links and documents to there eventually.
https://sites.google.com/view/frcresources/library

Go ahead and keep suggesting things to add to this “Library of Knowledge”


#9

I’ve added a few things to this “Library” now, mostly whitepapers. Here is a link to the Whitepapers category on there: https://sites.google.com/view/frcresources/library/wp


#10

I added a link to a feedback form now! If you want something added, suggest it here, or there!