There are many people interested in the 6502 microprocessor on the
web. Discussion groups give users a chance to interact and share
ideas. Please send contact information about additional groups to us via
6502 Discussion Groups on the Web
6502.org Users Forum - The
6502.org Users Forum is a great place to meet our 6502 enthusiasts and
share information. It is hosted directly on the 6502.org server so
users will not be subjected to advertisements or unwanted e-mail.
Delphi Forums 6502 -
Shortly after the inception of the 6502.org website, a discussion
group was created on Delphi Forums for its users. Hundreds of messages
with excellent 6502 information have been archived there and many
knowledgable users are available for questions and support.
Unfortunately, due to Delphi pushing advertisements and pay accounts
we've now moved to our own local forum (above).
6502AG - Phil Pemberton's "6502 Appreciation Group" has a
mailing list which can be e-mailed or read on the web.
MOS6502 on G+ -
Weekly 6502-related posts, curated by André Fachat and Ed Spittles.
Discussions for users of Acorn computers, early machines were
comp.sys.apple2 - Discussions for
users of Apple II computers and peripherals.
Discussions for users of the 8-bit Atari computers and peripherals.
comp.sys.cbm - Discussions for users
of the 8-bit Commodore computers and peripherals.
comp.sys.oric - Discussions for
users of the Oric, Atmos, and Telestrat computers and peripherals.
Discussions of embedded microsystems. Many different microprocessors
and microcontrollers are often discussed and this is also a good forum
for electronics discussions.
For Commodore enthusiasts over the whole world aimed at more technical readers.
For discussion of all aspects of the BBC Microcomputer and related machines such as
the Acorn Electron and BBC Master Series.
For enthusiasts of classic computer hardware, software, and documentation.