If you have any further questions, please join the SourceForge
mailing list and ask there or visit us on IRC. You won't get laughed off for any
question, honest. :) The mailing list for KOS is cadcdev-kallistios. You can
also get a notice when a new Git changeset is pushed by subscribing to the
list cadcdev-svn-commits (yes, its still that list even though we're using Git
List info can
be found here.
If you're looking for a quick answer to a question related to Dreamcast
development, or you're just bored and feel like talking with some of us, you
should join in the Dreamcast Development IRC channel. Sometimes its pretty
lively in there, even now. Its not always active, and some times of the day
there probably won't be anyone actually around, but its still a very good
resource. You can find the channel at chat.freenode.net #dreamcastdev . If you
don't have an IRC client (shame on you!), you can use the web-based one that
here. Just fill
in a nickname, and you should be good to go.
There are many DC-related forums around the net where people meet up and
chat about development using KOS. However, the definitive place to ask
questions and interact with the developers is with the mailing list or IRC
channel above. If you need a question answered, ask it there! That said, there
are a couple of central places people go to talk about DC related development:
- DCEmulation -- One of the primary
(English-centric) sites about DC Homebrew and Emulation that still exists.
Despite the name, its not all about emulation, and most of the active developers
and users still frequent it.
- Cryptic Allusion -- The company
formed by the original author of KOS (Dan Potter) and a couple of others.
This is focused more on the games CA has created, but there's also an indie
game developers' forum that may be useful.