Welcome to WikiTI, a Wiki for programmers and hardware hackers of Texas Instruments's graphing calculators. WikiTIâ€™s goal is to serve as a central place for the discussion and exploration of the undocumented features of the TI-OS and hardware. To browse our documentation, you can click the "Calculator Documentation" link to the left.
Any programmer or hacker is free to contribute any documentation of the TI-OS, even if the information is incomplete or possibly wrong. For more information, see our page on Contributing. Not sure where to start contributing? Check out the list of Wanted Pages that are linked to but don't yet exist, the list of stub pages that need filled out, the list of pages with missing information, and the list of pages that need to be formatted.
- March 13, 2006 - (Dan Englender): To help reduce spam, you must now confirm your email address once before editing any pages. You should only have to do this once. If you have any problems with this feature please email wikiti AT mail DOT denglend DOT net. Sorry for any inconvenience.
- March 13, 2006 - (Dan Englender): WikiTI has been upgraded from MediaWiki 1.4.0 to 1.5.7 for security concerns and new features. If you find anything that doesn't work like it used to, please make a note on the discussion page and bear with us as we try to fix everything.
- February 23, 2006 - (Andy Janata): You are now required to log in to edit any pages. Hopefully this will put an end to the spam.
Contacting the WikiTI Administration
If you wish to contact the maintainers of WikiTI, for any reason, on IRC, please join #WikiTI on EFnet. If you do not have an IRC client, use this. You can find email addresses and IM names on each administrator's User page (soon), or just leave a message on their Talk page.
WikiTI is not in any way affiliated with Texas Instruments Inc, or any of its subsidiaries, including the educational products division. No guarantee to accuracy is made of the information herein. Use at your own risk. (Full Disclaimer)