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A place for Prime programs
Message #1 Posted by steindid on 1 Oct 2013, 6:27 a.m.

We need a place for PRIME program share and improve. Didier

      
Re: A place for Prime programs
Message #2 Posted by Geoff Quickfall on 1 Oct 2013, 1:17 p.m.,
in response to message #1 by steindid

Yes, I SECOND THAT.

Maybe a wiki!

            
Re: A place for Prime programs
Message #3 Posted by debrouxl on 1 Oct 2013, 2:02 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by Geoff Quickfall

There are already at least two wikis:
http://www.wiki4hp.com/
http://tiplanet.org/hpwiki/

As for downloads, there doesn't seem to be a Prime section on hpcalc yet ("Prime" is mentioned only at the top of the page), but Omnimaga, Cemetech and TI-Planet already accept 39gII and/or Prime programs.
While the community represented by these three flagship sites is mainly centered around TI calculators, we are definitely interested in the Casio Prizm and HP Prime, because those are more open than the TI Nspire series and more powerful than the TI-Z80 and TI-68k series :)

            
Re: A place for Prime programs
Message #4 Posted by Guenter Schink on 1 Oct 2013, 5:01 p.m.,
in response to message #2 by Geoff Quickfall

Quote:
Yes, I SECOND THAT.

Maybe a wiki!


At the conference Eric indicated to me that he is planning to add an area for the Prime at hpcalc.org.

While it is certainly true that there wasn't much activity on that site recently, it must be taken into account that there also was not much input recently. That may change perhaps with the advent of the Prime.

WRT to the 28/48/50 series, hpcalc.org is an unmatched repository for HP calc users. Thus it would be great if it became true for the Prime too.

GŁnter


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