Website for digitally designing your Apple II setup

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Website for digitally designing your Apple II setup

I'm a pretty experienced coder, and I'm considering making a website where it not only compiles lots of information from different sources, but also allows you to digitally create an Apple II where you can check for incompatibilities and such. What do you guys think? Should I make it? Would anyone use it?

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Sounds like alot of work on

Sounds like alot of work on your part?

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Yeah, probally. I may or may

Yeah, probally. I may or may not do it, just wanted to see get the peeps on Applefritter's input. 

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Can you describe this idea

Can you describe this idea more fully?

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I was thinking a website that

I was thinking a website that compiles lots of information from Applefritter, 68mkla, and other apple archives for easy access to a large database of Apple ][ data, but also allows you to save what items you'd like to get on your new (or old) Apple ][ and check for incompatibilities (ex: Applesqueezer GS and MicroDrive/Turbo b/c DMA)

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That sounds good. I think one

That sounds good.

 

I think one thing that would help would be some kind of summarizer and some way flag, index, or curate topics from these places. There’s a lot of great stuff here on apple fritter but some it is buried and hard to find.

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paritybit wrote:That sounds
paritybit wrote:

That sounds good.

 

I think one thing that would help would be some kind of summarizer and some way flag, index, or curate topics from these places. There’s a lot of great stuff here on apple fritter but some it is buried and hard to find.

That's easy for a bot to do.

 

What's harder is to decipher what is "good" information vs what is "bad" or misleading (or simpluy incorrect)  information.

 

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