Welcome aboard! I founded Rosetta Code, and do the low-level admin stuff. We've got enough bureaucrats, but I'm always looking for more help. Having someone who could help straighten out the overlap between Delphi, Pascal and Turbo Pascal would be nice...
Anyway, I hang out on #rosettacode on FreeNode, but I'm only active when I'm home. Kpreid idles, mwn3d comes by almost nightly, and IanOsgood drops in every couple of days.
Again, welcome aboard! --Short Circuit 00:36, 27 November 2007 (MST)
Its been a long time since I programmed in delphi but I could give it a hack. I came here during work hours originally in order to try to learn ADA (as this project im on now is about 90% ada.) so I had to learn lots and quickly :P... I thought I might give back to the community at some stage so here I am.
- That's pretty thoughtful. I think Waldorf is responsible for 90% of the Ada code around here. --Short Circuit 20:50, 27 November 2007 (MST)
I was actually thinking about either doing more socket's stuff and/or doing a 6502 or 68k Assembler (based on a lookup table.) in the near future.
- The sockets stuff would be pretty cool. I'd love to see some 6502 and 68k code. As for an actual assembler, I could see 6502, but a 68k assembler might be too large. Check out RCBF to see something done along similar lines. --Short Circuit 20:50, 27 November 2007 (MST)
But if I wrote a assembler I would probably GPL it and dump it somewhere like sourceforge at the same time that I submitted it here. What I would submit here would be a earlier 'bare bones' version of what I would write though because I can forsee it becoming a larger task than something that can fit into a few classes.
What is the policy regarding something like that?
- Anything and everything on Rosetta Code is under the GNU Free Documentation License v1.2. See Project:Copyrights for the full story. The GFDL license is probably less restrictive than you're looking for. Also, try signing your talk page additions with --~~~~ while you're logged in. It'll look something like this: --Short Circuit 20:50, 27 November 2007 (MST)