Shared workspace for editing JSMESS Article for Mozilla Hacks.
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Hi Jason, Good to talk to you again! We e-mailed a bit a couple of year ago, I quite like what you do. And yes, a post on JSMESS for Mozilla Hacks would be very cool! In general, we want to write about things that are interesting to web developers alike out there. Things that can be useful, things that are good to know about and also things that are just awesome. :-) I'm not the kind of Editor who tells you exactly what to write, how many words etc. My belief is rather to have smart interesting people write what they want to write about and is passionate about, and the outcome will be much better. Meaning, something about JSMESS that you think is interesting is most likely what I, and the Hacks readers, will find interesting too.
Examples of blog entries: "The Pond" 
Meanwhile, the mess project is a continually improving effort to emulate many different systems as perfectly as possible. With dozens of coders adding dozens of bug fixes every day, the effort is to emulate as much of computing history as possible, giving no precedents to the most popular systems or the most well-known software programs. Functionality works all across the spectrum, and so improvements in, say, floppy drive emulation benefit not just one platform but dozens. With over 15 years of work put into the mess emulator, it's guaranteed to have the widest amount of systems emulated. While single platform emulators can outdo mess on a variety of points, ultimately the openness and far-reaching goals of mess are a good solid bet for long-term preservation.