Just pondering different approaches with the FAQ. I guess initially we were thinking about mirroring the FAQ across the community forum and the wiki.
I felt though this might be a doubling/repeating of efforts, making the same edit in multiple places.
Also TheC64 team occasionally make modifications to their official faq, if this thread is going to replicate content from there, it'll mean extra work keeping replicating their updates too.
So what I'm suggesting is:
- Keep the official TheC64 faq content on their site and just link to it (saves the replication) - Let the wiki faq be the location for user-based/supplemental faq content - Let this thread in the community forum be a location where users can discuss the faq, make suggestions on additions, improvements.
I was thinking of the title of the Wiki, its called C64 Mini Wiki maybe should be changed so it can cover TheC64 when it comes out so you don't have 2 Wiki's, Change it to the same name as the forum so TheC64 Community Wiki,what you think, you can even if you can or like use the logo image from the forum,if you can add one.
I could added Wiki to the logo image too,what you think..then the wiki is like part of the forum then,not 2 entities.. ... ?
Yeah, smart suggestions spannernick. Still, FAQ section should have reference to other FAQ and "disclaimer" because of updates. Or just a suggestion to check other FAQ. Actually, FAQS -if we include official one that is usually obsolete (e.g. just old way of loading own software).
I would really like if it could be done flawlessly to new Mini - C64 users.
gurce, we should adopt this new color scheme at Wiki
synchromesh: Anyone know why thec64.com is down ?
Aug 2, 2019 23:06:45 GMT
DG5KR: When I was young I felt like the world was turning faster. The C64 was a world full of adventure. First Basic, then Assembler, playing incredible games with friends. It was the best time of my life.
Jul 5, 2019 9:08:27 GMT
Heini: Zieht den Bayern die Lederhose aus!
Jun 27, 2019 21:20:54 GMT
j.: @lordvico - I've noticed this with lots of games. I wondered if this was a PAL vs. NTSC thing and also wondered why the screen type wasn't translated for me.
May 3, 2019 1:01:44 GMT
j.: william - don't pull the joystick. If you need to pull to insert a USB stick - get a USB hub so you can have both plugged in at the same time. One way to save would be to use the game save-state feature. This would be the easiest to do for 4 or less
May 3, 2019 1:00:29 GMT
william: So far I am pretty frustrated using the BASIC. Every time I pull out the joy stick to put the usb into the machine it pops out of BASIC and goes back to the main menu. How does one write a program in BASIC and save it?
Apr 29, 2019 15:11:45 GMT
eBUG: Hmm how about the C64 makers include some Pascal software and other creative software in addition to games in the carousel ? :-D
Apr 7, 2019 22:45:31 GMT