At the beginning of 2012, Cemetech informally announced a fledgling wiki for the Casio Prizm, intended to serve as a clearinghouse for Prizm (fx-CG10 / fx-CG20) information. Targeted at both programmers and users, it is designed to document system calls, hardware features, and OS quirks, hold a compilation of useful programmer-written functions, and hold tutorials and links to further information. As we gradually publicized WikiPrizm around Cemetech, many members of the community stepped up to contribute, filling in reference material for BASIC and C programmers. I am happy to finally formally unveil WikiPrizm as open for business and new content. Of course, as with any wiki, especially a young one, it is still incomplete and evolving. In particular, documentation of many Prizm system calls is still lacking, and the majority of our Useful Prizm Routines have not been copied over.
I strongly encourage all Prizm programmers to spend a few minutes helping to fill in information, document system calls, and contribute new content and tutorials. If you need a wiki account, simply find me here, on IRC or on SAX, or via PM, and I will create you an account.