Developer's Conservation Project (Tentative name I'm all for better suggestions)
So this was an idea I had when I purchased this Sega lot. Was to find the docuementation and software that Developers have used in the past and try to keep them all in one bundle. It would be nice to be able to have all the dev stuff that is around and to be able to keep track of it (at least the stuff that is shared publicly).
Ok so as many of you may know I purchased a Sega CD Devkit lot a little while back with a whole ton of documentation. My plan is to release everything I've purchased as a part of this project. (still working out details would love some input on this) I don't want to release just a bunch of scattered scans though. I want to clean them up, OCR the text, and in general make them so they aren't painful to read. Here's where the fun part comes in though. I'm brand new to things like this. I've learned a ton about Photoshop in the past few days, but know that I still have tons to learn. So I wanted to release this first manual that I've scanned and cleaned up. It's the SNASM-CD Installation Manual v1.0. I scanned it inat 600 DPI. I've cleaned up the dirt and hole punch marks. I've also tried my best to straighten them out. There were a few pages that looked really bad and still do. Apendix A or page 13 in the PDF. is a little wavy. Not sure what the best way to fix that besides manually straigtening out each letter, or redoing the page (OCR the text and then reinsert the page)
So I'm looking for feedback on how I can improve or if it needs to be improved. I would like to keep this thread on that topic and will start a new thread for the project it's self when I get all the details figured out.