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#1 Airshack OFFLINE  



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Posted Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:26 AM

The Commodorks have a great resource for learning to program their machine: http://64bites.com/

Wouldn't this be nice for TI w/ BASIC, XB256, RXB, Forth, and Assembly videos ALL IN ONE PLACE?!

Edited by Airshack, Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:27 AM.

#2 Shift838 OFFLINE  


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Posted Mon Apr 10, 2017 2:08 PM

yes it would be a great place for TI Developers to go.

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Posted Sun May 7, 2017 10:58 PM

I'm willing to provide hosting space for such a thing if someone starts putting together resources.  I doubt I'm alone in that.  Same for end user docs for people getting started.  I began such an effort once upon a time but concluded then that I didn't know enough yet.

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Posted Mon May 8, 2017 6:10 AM

I'd like to see a 'linked index' here on AA containing many of the instructional You Tube videos that already exist.  Unfortunately, I cannot take anything else on at the present time.

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Posted Mon May 8, 2017 10:05 AM

That'd be a nice feature, but in the meantime, info can be extracted into wikis and the like.

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Posted Mon May 8, 2017 10:55 AM

It would be great if we can get more people to contribute to Ninerpedia. Remember, even if this is sometimes said that way, Ninerpedia is not intended to be *my* but *our* Wiki.

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Posted Mon May 8, 2017 5:54 PM

There seems to be some pretty large gaps I think we could fill in.  Contents of the page jump from generally encyclopedic knowledge of the basic console and the TI-99/8 and Geneve and jumps straight into things like using dd to twiddle SCSI devices from Linux.  And that's kind of it for the whole topic of talking to the outside world.


I think Roland's intro video covers a lot of the basics.  A transcript of that could be expanded upon (with backlinks naturally) across a few pages.  While I'm good at writing individual sections, I'm not the best person to organize the results.  That sounds more like Omega's domain.


Isn't there some saying about how it takes a village to raise an idiot or something like that?  ;)

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