UPDATE: here is a sample spreadsheet i started. let me know what you think, and if i should add anything. once we get the format nailed down, we can start compiling people's setups (:
So i was listening to the last FliteTest podcast the other day, and they were talking about compiling a bunch of multirotor setups and posting the PID settings for those setups. I think this would be a great and very beneficial idea. It could be setup as a massive excel spreadsheet, and we could email FliteTest our setups and they can add them to a Google Doc or something that everyone can view and see updated in real time.
Im having a hard time explain this, so i will make an example layout to demonstrate.
I think this would be an awesome reference tool for people just starting out, or if someone can't get their frame dialed in just right this can give them a good starting point.
What do yall think FliteTest? Flite test community? leave your comments below on what you think! Hopefully the Flitetest guys will implement this cuz i think it would be awesome!
Over and out,
P.S. sorry for the mainly boring article, this is mainly to get feedback from you guys and hopefully Flitetest guys on this idea, as I'd love to see it implemented. Even if i have to manage it myself, i may be able to pull it off. Who knows, just thought I'd see where this goes!