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What kind of project are you working on?

Started by Yuki, April 11, 2020, 11:24:12 pm

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Yuki

Kinda curious here, also would serve as a poll for maybe new subforums based on what you're doing now (other than calcs and stuff cause I know a lot of you are no longer into that :)).

My day job involves getting websites to work and Linux system administration, as usual, other than that, I'm working on an English fandub of Dans une galaxie près de chez vous and a revival of my Twitch channel. Other than that, some random stuff I do when bored I post on my blog or my Twitter account. Probably should cross post about some of them in here.

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DJ Omnimaga

I don't have any project right now, other than my 14th studio album, which only has two songs so far. But I would like to get a personal website in the near future where I can post everything I have worked on, sort-of like a portfolio, and of course it would have links to my social media profiles, music stores, here, etc. Right now I am also checking where I can obtain a cheap domain name that's not a special offer that ends in two years. There's also an RPG Maker 20003 or MV version of Illusiat 1+2 planned for September 22nd 2021. Basically, other than the album, nothing past the planning stages right now.

I didn't know there was an English fandub of Dans une Galaxie :O

And yeah I agree that if you have other projects on your blog then you should post some updates here too.

Dapianokid

I have taken the quarantine as an oppoetuntiy to learn z80 and ez80 assembly. The ultimate goal is to write a port of calcsys for the TI84+CE but thats a ways down the road. For now, just taking it one step at a time. Might write some simple intermediary programs along the way just to get my feet wet.

Othee than that, I'm working on learning to write music I would be proud to play live. I'm also writing a backing track to a Line Rider video, and transcribing the vocals from You and I by Stevie Wonder foe Alto Sax. Nothing crazy. :)

obj04

I´m writing a new Pokémon game for the Nintendo GameBoy Color.
I develop it right on the Nspire, so I had to write my own z80 ASM compiler too.
Currently, I have to design the tileset; I wanna make the game look similar to the Pokémon games of gen. 3 & 4.

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Lionel Debroux

Working a bit on libti*/gfm/tilp once in a while, I need to spend more time on the matter, but at the moment, I'm dealing with a set of 1990s or early 2000s PCs. I've had these motherboards lying around for nearly a decade, ever since I picked them up while cleaning up my previous job's work place and brought them home several months later.
I knew most of these motherboards were broken, indeed they are, but I've found 6 computers in working state so far. There could probably have been at least 7 if I had taken care of the leaking RTC batteries in 2010-2011: in the summer of 2010, one of the computers used to work.
Member of the TI-Chess Team.
Co-maintainer of GCC4TI (GCC4TI online documentation), TIEmu and TILP.
Co-admin of TI-Planet.

nspiredev500

I am actually working an a TI-nspire project right now.
Sadly I seem to be a bit late with that, but I only got mine for school 2 years ago and didn't find Ndless right away.
Also going from Java to C was a bit hard.
Since linux doesn't seem to work on my calculator (maybe because it is HW-AA), I want to create a POSIX operating system that can run alongside the OS.
My long-term goal is to get a usb mass storage driver working and then just kick the old OS out to use the rest of the RAM, and still be able to load programs.
Currently I finished my memory allocator (hopefully without any bugs), it can display a miniclock on the screen and change the normal black homescreen with a standard Windows 24bpp bmp.

I also made drivers for the keypad and the timers, the touchpad driver doesn't currently work on the calculator.
Now I need to make a scheduler and start to implement all the POSIX system calls, or at least the ones Newlib uses.

DJ Omnimaga

It's cool to see new TI-Nspire CX projects. TI's constant updates that blocks Ndless have discouraged a lot of developers over the years, but if unlocked for third-party development, the TI-Nspire CX series has a lot of potential.

nspiredev500

Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on April 12, 2020, 08:30:53 pmIt's cool to see new TI-Nspire CX projects. TI's constant updates that blocks Ndless have discouraged a lot of developers over the years, but if unlocked for third-party development, the TI-Nspire CX series has a lot of potential.
That is another reason why I eventually decided to try to make a whole OS: the POSIX standard gives a consistent environment to developers.
I want to make my own wayland desktop for the nspire, and with that I could port many other libraries and projects.
One thing that I thought would be nice is to port gcc, so you can develop native applications directly on the calculator.
But the compilation time would probably be a bit long  :P
I hope Ndless for OS 5.x releases before the world has forgotten all the great thing native programs can do with a calculator.
Maybe the newer hardware gets some people to write new programs.

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