Re: [stella] consultants needed

Subject: Re: [stella] consultants needed
From: Mark De Smet <de-smet@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 17 Jun 2000 19:53:09 -0500 (CDT)
> Therefore, in return for a credit and maybe more depending on what you are 
> looking for,  I'm looking for volunteers to help me refine a voiceover 
> script and make sure my supporting visuals match what is being said.
> As stated, it's a crash course intro to computers (not the PC kind, but the 
> bare bones 6502 variety of course) and then a somewhat simplified overview 
> of the 2600 architecture from the inside out.  I was hoping for more of a 
> gate-level hardware explanation of how the 2600 works, but without Joe it 
> would have to be more of an explanation of how the 2600 reacts to software.

I am not much of a writer, but I would be willing to provide my knowledge
of the 'gate' level hardware.  I could explain chip level, and register
transfer level, but not gate level per-se, because as far as I know that
info is not available.  I think this is what you are meaning by gate

> Depending on the opinions of those on the list, we can make this into a 
> public endeavor as we were doing with the FAQ creation, otherwise we can 
> branch off into private email discussions or a custom eGroups thing.

I think myself and a few others on the list have enough knowledge of the
hardware to keep things straight.  I think it would produce a bit more
accurate results if it is kept on the list as well.

So if you will be the writer, I would be happy to help provide the
information.(or to refine, or check for accuracy)

Mark De Smet

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