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Book of Cubing Help Wanted!

Yau4Ever

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Anything specific that you need?

I can help with puzzles, I can solve most WCA events, besides blind and FMC, so I can be of use with that.

Same here. I have a lot of knowledge on big cubes, megaminx, and 3x3. Probably not much help on square-1 and 2x2, though.
I need help with unique 3D models if possible. This is an ACTUAL book, running all WCA puzzles. There will be a doc posted soon for authoring the pages. By the way, the credit will be given. You can have your username or actual name posted at the top of each section you authored.
 

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I need help with unique 3D models if possible. This is an ACTUAL book, running all WCA puzzles. There will be a doc posted soon for authoring the pages. By the way, the credit will be given. You can have your username or actual name posted at the top of each section you authored.
Would you want to include all WCA events (which are 3x3 OH, 3x3 Bld, 3x3 Multi-Bld, 4x4 Bld, and 5x5 Bld)? People would want to learn about those events as well. If you just include the WCA puzzles and not all the WCA events, I'm pretty sure you are just modernizing "Speedsolving the Cube".
 

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I've had some thoughts on making a book about speedcubing as well. I was averaging 20 seconds at the time, but I had some decent ideas going on.
The book was structured like this:
Introduction
Table of Contents
3x3 Beginner guide+what the Rubik's cube is all about
3x3 beginner CFOP guide
3x3 Intermediate CFOP guide
3x3 Advanced CFOP guide (yeah, I was a cfop nerd, didn't know anything about roux or ZZ)
2x2 guide
And that is all I got before I became demotivated and threw the book away.
 
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