* Fixed multiple broken links
* Added the Lime font ripper by sometimes99er and referred to the 200+ fonts library.
* Added the TI Projects page and Matthews' [code/hack/create] site.
* Added screenshots to most of the Tech web sites.
The Development Resources Thread is getting pretty long and uses quite a few images.
I think the images make sense though, as they emphasize on the documents and web sites.
On the other hand there's a limit of the number of images that can be used in a single post.
So most likely I'll be forced to split the thread in multiple posts if I reach that limit.
That isn't necessarily a bad thing as it can improve navigation.
I'm waiting for Albert to upgrade Atariage to the new IP.Board version as it might offer some
new features that can be used.
There were several broken links I had to fix. I bumped into them by coincidence actually.
That is not good and I hate to be taken to a "404 page not found"
So I'll be looking in writing a tool that I can run like once a week.
It'll loop over all references in the thread and check if they are still valid.
Nonetheless, I don't have that tool yet. If you are aware of an open-source tool that does just that,
then please let me know. It'll save me some work. Also, if you come accross a broken link let me know and I'll fix it right away.
I still have an old copy of the Development Resources thread over at Ninerpedia. Manually keeping the Ninerpedia thread "synchronized" is a hell of a task.
I'll have to find a solution to that very soon, as I don't like outdated information.
At this time I see 3 possibilities:
- Remove the Ninerpedia Article
- Find someone who manually synchronizes Ninerpedia with this thread
- Write a program that automatically generates the required wiki code from this thread
I originially wrote the wiki article because there are some TI'ers that just didn't know about Atariage or didn't wanna visit it.
Things have changed lately and most TI'ers should be aware of Atariage.
So I'm seriously considering the first option and just keep a single reference to this thread.
Edited by retroclouds, Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:58 AM.