Creating the code for Mathix and Math-x

General This page is for the programmers who create (parts of) the code. The following tasks are recognized and in the future there will be links to the relevant project team pages.
Basic Resources: original document and relevant websites
Mathix Mathix will have a monolithic kernel like Windows, Linux and Oberon / Bluebottle / A2
(1) Create a C-to-Oberon translator. It may be that Oberon needs to be extended with some Types (e.g. the Modula Variant Type but a stricter version) to make the translation easier.
(2a) Create the Lisp-to-Oberon translator. Use the GCL compiler. It currently translates Lisp to C. Then use (1). PM. It may be that Lisp and Oberon have more structure so that sometimes the road via C can be bypassed.
(2b) Port Maxima (currently in Lisp) to the Oberon environment, using (2a)
(3a) Port Python to Oberon, using (1)
(3b) Port Sage to Oberon, using (3a) and (2b)
(4a) Extend Oberon / Bluebottle / A2 with relevant available variaties of programming methods (see Wirth)
(4b) Extend (4a) with (3b) via the USE XYZ command, creating a Geniebottle that can switch dialects
(5a) Create the computer algebra language. Thus is called Bhaskara after the inventor of the zero and full positional system for numbers (in the Indian-Arabian-European stream)
(5b) Program Bhaskara, using (2b)
(5c) Extend (4b) with the USE BHASKARA command
(5d) Make parts of Bhaskara compilable, which creates a new dialect, with a USE BHASCOMP command
(6) Create the display of Bhaskara statements in TeXmacs
(7) Create ports from existing computer algebra systems such as Maxima, Maple and Mathematica to Mathix 
(8) Port programs such as Open Office and database programs with the C-to-Oberon port (1). Mathix should have a fully functional text editor useful for book publishing.
(9) Integration
Math-x Math-x will have a micro kernel like Minix
(1) Translate Minix (written in C) to Oberon, using the translator in Mathix (1) above
(2) Adapt Oberon / Bluebottle / A2 to to this micro kernel environment (1) and write the required assemblers
(3) Port Mathix to (2)
Other Conceivably other programs can be ported too once we have the C-to-Oberon port. These might not be strictly within this project but there could be cross-fertilization.