TidalWarrior wrote:
KermMartian wrote:
You solder a wire (24 AWG or preferably higher; 30 AWG would be ideal) to one pad, and the other end of the wire to the other pad (or in this case a connector for your RPi's GPIOs).
Ok, that makes a lot more sense.

Should it be a gpio ribbon with exposed ends?

Edit: I'm an idiot, deleted idiotic saying.
(1) AWG refers to the thickness of a wire. The higher the number, the thinner the wire.
(2) There's no such thing as a "GPIO wire", per se. In your case, you either need female connectors to go onto the RPi's pins, or you need to solder directly to the pins. I recommend the former.
KermMartian wrote:
In your case, you either need female connectors to go onto the RPi's pins, or you need to solder directly to the pins. I recommend the former.
Would http://amzn.to/1cSf1OZ work? It doesn't seem like it would be possible to solder to the female connectors.
  
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