RECESSIM was created to be a central location for all Reverse Engineering projects. Projects can be hosted here for free on a dedicated wiki page you create or you can add to existing projects. You can also just create a page to provide a high level summary of what you are working on and link back to your own blog/website.
Is anyone working on Reverse Engineering this?
That's the question a lot of us ask and we turn to Google for an answer. Maybe someone has a blog or posted to a forum about what they are working on. Perhaps it's on Twitter or there's a Github page devoted to it. Whatever it is, it's isolated from everything else and hard to find and collaborate.
What if everything being reverse engineered was available in one location?
Think of RECESSIM as a directory and a place of direct entry.
- Already have a blog or location where your work is posted? Great! Create a page and link to your work so others can find it.
- Looking for a great place to collaborate on what you are working on? Post your work here, it's free and dedicated to Reverse Engineering!
How to Contribute
Follow this simple three step process:
- Create an account and log in
- Edit an existing page you are interested in
- Create a new page within the existing categories
It's really that easy! If you are familiar with editing a wiki then no need to read further.
Good news, editing a wiki is EASY compared to Reverse Engineering! Here's a Test Page for you to see the various formatting options. A few things you should know:
- There is Visual Editing (default) and Source Editing, start with Visual since it's easy and intuitive.
- Some things like adding links to YouTube videos isn't a part of the Visual Editor currently (working on it!) so check out what you need to copy/paste to your own entry on the Test Page.
- Avoid saving changes to Test Page, instead refine your skills by editing your own user page and tell us who you are! Here's mine as an example.
Questions or comments? Head over to the Forum!