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Atari Wiki Manifesto#

This manifesto explains some ideas behind the AtariWiki.

The AtariWiki is a collection of Information about the Atari 8-Bit computer line mainly intended for programmers. It covers topics specific to the Atari 8-bit computers, but also generic programming topics like the 6502 line of processors, pProgramming languages available for the Atar8 8-bit machines and generic programming tips and tricks.

The main language in this wiki is english, however other languages are permitted with the goal to provide a translation into English at one point of time. Multi-Language articles should use the "tab" feature to provide the same article content in different languages, with "English" as the default choice.

One goal of this wiki is to provide a way to collect the pages and articles of this wiki into an book (either printed or eBook). The pages and article should therefore be written similar to pages in a book.

The wiki is a collection of information and knowledge. It should not contain temporary information which would be better served in a blog or discussion forum.

Please do not zip or otherwise compress documents (PDF or DJVU). This Webserver does automatic "on-the-fly" gzip compression, and harddisk space is not an issue. Documents hidden in archives cannot be found by search engines and cannot be read on a mobile device.

The AtariWiki is not an official project of the Atari Bit Byter User Club (ABBUC), however some contributors are associated with ABBUC.

All content in the Wiki is licensed under Creative Commons Share Alike License, unless otherwise noted.

The Wiki is operated by Carsten Strotmann (

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« This particular version was published on 26-Dec-2015 01:58 by Peter Dell.