I changed some headings and moved stuff around a bit. I think it's more logical this way, but I don't mind if you change it back. Jib 02:37, 5 November 2006 (PST)
- The only thing that bugs me about it is that there's a "software" heading that includes both PC software (emulators) and calculator software (TIOS Alternatives), not to mention that software documentation is listed under a different heading. What do you think about:
Z80 Calculators TI-83 Programming Ports RAM Areas B_CALLs etc Software Calculator Software Emulators Linking Software TIOS Alternatives TI-83 Plus Family Programming etc... Software etc... General Z80 Info Instruction Set etc.
68k Calculators TI-89/92+ Programming etc. Software etc. TI-92 etc. General 68k Info Instruction Set etc.
TI Community History Programming Teams etc.
For example, in that organization, the TI-83 Emulators page would basically just be a list of the emulators compatible with the 83, each of which would have their own separate page. So the VTI page might be linked from the TI-83 emulators page, the TI-85 emulators page, the TI-89 emulators page, etc. I like this organization because it makes it clear what calculators everything is applicable to, and it decreases the number of top-level categories. But maybe it's too complicated or has too many levels. Thoughts?