I think there's a mediawiki extension to do the change log. I'll look into it, although I need to spend some time working with the team that's doing up the software we're going to use instead of our mediawiki.
Setting aside website stuff, have you joined the reprap-dev mailing list yet? (It's compulsory.) :D
--Sebastien Bailard 06:23, 3 May 2011 (UTC)
Welcome to RepRap, Mrkim.
Thank you for documenting the 1X2 series of printers.
Simply as a way of constructing a RepStrap -- the 1X2 Shortcat -- I think "The 1X2 connector system" is already a big step forward, compared to other systems for building that are more complicated and less re-usable and require more time, effort, expensive tools, etc. to build a RepStrap.
But I wonder: Is it possible to re-use the parts in that "1X2 connector system" to build something that appears completely different -- for example, something more like a Helium Frog Delta Robot?
Is the "Recent Changes" in the left sidebar close enough to a changelog? --DavidCary 00:04, 6 June 2011 (UTC)
Thanks, It did strike me that making a 3D printer required building almost every basic type of mechanical system. If you have linear actuators, conveyor-belts, drive pulleys, pillow blocks, axles and variable angled vertex frames, you could build many more things than just a Printer. Hopefully, we will see some Delta-bots that use the best of both! -mrkim