A short description of this website:
There are the latest posts / articles from the entire page sorted by the date of publication. The most interesting posts / articles will be probably pinned at the top of main page.
Here I put all my completed projects which are worth your attention. I will also publish larger projects that require some time to complete. These large posts/articles will be probably divided into parts (they will be marked accordingly). All projects will be well documented in a graphical form – there will be many photos in each post / article. In almost all posts/articles I will publish files that will allow you to make a given project by yourself. Currently there are 3 subcategories (Electronics, Automation & Robotics, 3D Printing & CNC) to which all projects are assigned accordingly. There is an additional category named “In progress” created for projects that will take a lot of time (these project will be updated every time when something new is done).
Here I put all more or less important content such as this page or contact form 🙂 .
If you like the content of this site and you would like to appreciate my work, you can give me a “donation” via Patreon. The money will be used to maintain the site and for further interesting projects.
Please do not block ads on the website ,because it is one of the sources of a very small revenue that allows me to maintain this website.
Thank you for any support,
The use of this website content for commercial purposes is not allowed. Almost everything on this website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License .This license does not apply to content that is not my property *.
I am not responsible for any damages or injures that arise as a result of following the information’s given on this website. I can not guarantee 100% correctness / truthfulness of the information’s that are published on this website.
And some useless stuff that needs to be over here because of EU “GDPR” regulations:
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When you submit a contact form (https://bytechlab.com/other/contact/) an email message is sent to my private address. This email contains information’s that you have provided. I don’t use the information submitted through this form for marketing purposes and I don’t share them with anyone else. I didn’t wanted to share my email address publicly because I would receive a large amount of spam. Email messages will be kept for some time (I don’t clean my private email every single week 🙂 ).
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UPDATE: There Is no newsletter functionality at this moment, due to this most of the stuff below is outdated.
For now, this website collects personal data in the database only when you opt-in to the newsletter. Comments are stored on external DISQUS servers. Because of that, paragraphs below will be related to the newsletter subscription.
Data modification and integration right: As a subscriber you are able to access your own profile editing panel where you can change every detail whenever you feel like to.
Data removal: At this moment, You don’t have the ability to delete your own data: however if you want to delete your data from our database feel free to contact me through this contact form. I will immediately delete all of your data from the database through my administration panel.
Data export and portability: You can export all of your data through your profile page available through the “Modify your subscription” or “Change your profile” link. These links are located at the bottom of each newsletter, and in the first “welcome” email which is being sent when you subscribe the newsletter.
How long do we keep the subscribers data? We are “tracking” the “last activity” of a subscriber. Last activity is a generalized concept, it could be a click on an email, a profile change or even a blog visit. Having that last activity time, we can decide, from time to time, to delete inactive accounts. We might even delete periodically the unconfirmed, bounced or unsubscribed accounts as well. Usually we keep these inactive accounts for 3 years or longer (sometimes its hard to say if someone is inactive or active).
Which data is being stored during newsletter subscription? We are storing your email and name (if you give us your name during the registration) and more importantly, we are collecting Ip addresses at the moment of the subscription and whenever a user performs an action on newsletters, if tracking is active. Ip’s are used for various features, from tracking to geolocalization.
How we are using your data? Currently we are using your data to: Send you a email with newsletter to inform you about new posts articles that have been published on this website. Your data is NOT being used for any other purposes!
Will be ever the personal data you’ve gave us displayed or shared publically? The short answer is: NO, It won’t be displayed or shared.
- 19-08-2015 Setting up this website (on a simple server based on raspberry pi)
- 21-08-2015 Added subpages
- 22-08-2015 Added contact form
- 29-08-2015 Added telemetry charts updated every minute on the IoT page
- 17-08-2015 Implemented CMS and dynamic loading of posts together with paging (PHP / MySQL)
- 29-11-2015 Minor reconstruction of the site and preparation for building a responsive site
- 2015-2017 Website removed from the internet (Serwer shut-off)
- 26-07-2017 Abandoning the old website written “from scratch” and switching to the ready to use CMS platform
- 29-06-2019 Deleting the Polish version of the website
- 10-04-2021 Added telemetry Tab, minor cleanup of the whole website