First post, by Hamby
I just came across this YouTube video by Tech Tangents announcing a new information website.
It's called "caps.wiki" https://caps.wiki and it's meant to be a database of information for parts and methods used for repairing electronics.
It's called that because the most common problem with old electronics is replacing capacitors.
I think this is going to be a great resource for retro computer enthusiasts.
For example, as soon as time and money permit, I hope to recap my Toshiba T5200 laptop; especially the power supply.
It would be great if I could reference a page from someone who's already done it, with a list of the caps I'll need, disassembly instructions, etc.
I gather this is not about project logs, however.
Anyway, here's a link to Tech Tangents' YouTube video announcing it: