From: B. Degnan (billdeg_at_degnanco.com)
Date: 2008-01-21 01:20:14
At 07:05 PM 1/20/2008 -0500, you wrote: >>Toronto used to be the Commodore headquarters and home of >>Jim Butterfield; it's always had a very active PET/CBM community >>and TPUG (Toronto PET Users Group, the second one AFAIK) is >>still active after all these years. WordPro & Paperclip, BusCards, >>BI-80s and a lot of other PET & C64 stuff came from here. > >Steve Punter (programmer of WordPro & Punter protocol) did a talk at last >TPUG meeting on the 17th of January. > >Leif Bloomquist (creator of C64 Telnet BBS http://home.ica.net/~leifb/bbs/ >& first Internet enabled multiplayer C64 game was also in attendance. > >It is awesome to meet some of these folks. > >Toronto area remains still fairly active for Commodore hardware & software >development. Don't forget the B-Series and 8032 stuff. For example a TPUG member wrote a useful 8032 emulator for the B Series (B-128). I do not know off hand who it was, I'd have to check. They also supplied IEEE drive machine code for other groups, like CBUG. Bill Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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