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= Projects and status =
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See also the [http://visual6502.org/links.html links] and [http://visual6502.org/donate_hw.html status page] on our [http://visual6502.org main website].
See also the [http://visual6502.org/links.html links] and [http://visual6502.org/donate_hw.html status page] on our [http://visual6502.org main website].
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= Policies =
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We have to be vigilant against spammers - please get in touch if we've blocked your account mistakenly.
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All new pages should be protected and watched by the admin team: please open a discussion on a talk page before embarking on major work.  Page name prefixes or sub pages should generally be used to keep the automatic index useful.
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We welcome constructive contributions, but please maintain a user page with at least a minimal sketch of your background or interests to help us distinguish real people from vandals.

Revision as of 08:13, 27 January 2011

Welcome to the visualchips wiki. Please see also the visual6502.org site which contains the backstory, useful links, a FAQ, and a link to the project blog.

We're all about reverse-engineering popular chips from the 70's and 80's - initially the 6502 but others too. This wiki is for documenting our findings and recording our sources, and is of course a work in progress.

The online help for our JavaScript simulator is also here, to help you get the most from that. (Note that it's only a switch-level simulator - our data also supports more accurate models. For most purposes, there's no difference.)

Projects and status

See also the links and status page on our main website.

Policies

We have to be vigilant against spammers - please get in touch if we've blocked your account mistakenly.

All new pages should be protected and watched by the admin team: please open a discussion on a talk page before embarking on major work. Page name prefixes or sub pages should generally be used to keep the automatic index useful.

We welcome constructive contributions, but please maintain a user page with at least a minimal sketch of your background or interests to help us distinguish real people from vandals.

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