Thanks for the list....On my bookmarks list, there are also:...
Paratech apparently no longer makes parachutes for model rockets, although they still list them on their home page. Entry removed.Thanks for the list.
I just briefly went through some of the entries.
Policy is not to place someone twice if they are both manufacturers and sellers as most manufacturers are also vendors. If a link just forwards to another, then it is not listed.
Parachutes for planes doesn't cut it.
Rob Edmond's link has been revised.Some of the links are out of date without even clicking on them ( ie. aol).
Maybe I'll see you there.But it is 2 days before I am going to LDRS. I am doing some new kits and I have yet to start packing for my trip on Sunday.
I was trying to be helpful, not critical of your effort.So I will update the list next Tuesday or Wednesday when I get back.
what did you disagree with?It appears that you and I have different ideas regarding what constitutes a rocketry resource. Well, OK, it's your list, so you populate it any way that you want so that it reflects your personal opinion. I guess that's why this thread is in "The Watering Hole" rather than somewhere else on the forum; it is essentially an editorial. I'm not sure why a Watering Hole piece is given the status of a Sticky, though. Doing so elevates one forum member's personal opinion above all others and gives it an Official TRF stamp.
I just don't understand why any one member's "soapbox speech" in the crowded saloon/cafeteria of The Watering Hole should be singled out and elevated to the status of a "Sticky," though.
Some folk wanted such a resource. Sunward volunteered to maintain it.
\Under 'Rocketry Software' the VCP link is dead. I'll come up with a new one sometime.
OpenRocket is now at version 1.0.0 (ie no longer Beta) so may be added to Rocketry Software. Increasing numbers of users are using it now.I didn't add openrocket as it it still in beta.
Hi Angelo:small cleanup
cleaned leadingedge no product in link