Re: Question for Dave D
Net Yaroze was a "home enthusiast development system" that Sony put out when they launched the first playstation. They had a web community for it too. For aboout $700 you got a modified PSX and some development libraries, and you could develop and cross-compile games on your PC and then download (upload?) them to your PSX/Net Yaroze machine.
If they had that for PS2 you could organize a "linux team" type thing to develop a new generation disc golf game.