I am interested in PC/hardware-related topics, but I do not see how such a course could be created which is even remotely similar to what freeCodeCamp currently has.
I agree, there could be a lot said/taught about topics around Setting Up an OS, and PC Hardware Fundamentals, and, in my opinion, I could see place for such within the freeCodeCamp ‘curriculum’ context…in the future.
Something to keep in mind, whilst freeCodeCamp as an organisation and community does hope and plan to grow, there is little-to-no scope to reach into topics like hardware, as this would spread the current freeCodeCamp staff too thin, which would, ultimately, decrease the quality of the content provided.
As it stands, the freeCodeCamp YouTube channel has been the source for a wide variety of content, and this only works through community contributions. However, majority of Campers do not want more content similar to what freeCodeCamp currently have with the Python content - videos walking through topics; majority of Campers prefer the in-browser editor/lesson styled content. The current Python content was released as a preamble for what is to come.
Let’s just put it like this: There are a lot of topics currently in the works for fCC, and there is a huge list of topics planned to be taught. PC hardware is far down the list
My 20 cents.
Here are some of the freeCodeCamp YT videos that might interest you:
Hope this helps