Welcome to you on Hackspire, the TI-Nspire Hacking wiki. The goal of this wiki is to federate all research efforts about the Texas Instruments's TI-Nspire calculator series.
Feel free to add your contribution, the more details we get, the better software the community can create. TI Software is great for mathematics, physics, ... but independent developers are needed for all the rest, because TI does not have time for it!
- June 21, 2019 - (Jim Bauwens): The Hackspire wiki is back online after a downtime of over a month due to a server failure
- July 2, 2017 - (Jim Bauwens): The Hackspire wiki is 10 years old today! Many thanks to all the contributors for making Hackspire what it is today!
- June 15, 2016 - (Jim Bauwens): hackspire.org is now the main domain name
- March 10, 2016 - (Jim Bauwens): hosting on new server
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Registering / Contacting the Hackspire administration
If you would like to register on Hackspire or contact the administration team you can do so by sending a mail to 'admin' on hackspire.org.
Don't forget to add the name of this wiki in your message subject, and clearly mention what your request is and why, otherwise your e-mail will be ignored.
Other TI-Nspire developer communities
Forums and News sites
Although not specific to the TI-Nspire, these web sites are visited by many TI-Nspire hackers and developers.
Independent TI-Nspire Developers IRC channels
#inspired at efnet.xs4all.nl:6667 (SSL on port 6697), or another server listed on http://www.efnet.org/?module=servers .
More specifically aimed at Lua programming:
#nspire-lua at efnet.xs4all.nl:6667 (SSL on port 6697), or another server listed on http://www.efnet.org/?module=servers .
Hackspire is in no way affiliated with Texas Instruments Inc., or any of its subsidiaries. All data included in or accessible from the wiki is provided "as is" and without warranties of any kind. We do not guarantee the accuracy of it and any use is at own risk.