Hmm. I wasn't really planning to reply to this, but considering that I felt that I needed some sort of test-mail... Steve Judd wrote: > Guys, > > A humble request: could we return to technical discussions of personal > Commodore projects, things upon which we are knowledgable or experienced, > or otherwise hackerly subjects? Well, the Jeri-board discussion had some interesting technical aspects, IMHO. But, you're right, I suppose. > Last time I checked, the only person who has actually contributed to > Jeri's board -- time, effort, and physical work, not just words and > pontifications -- is Jeri. But doesn't that argument hold against any "personal Commodore project"? This one just got a bit bigger. I know what you're hinting at, and I do agree with you, but where does it start to get off-topic? > This is starting to feel like comp.sys.cbm, not cbm-hackers. Sadly, though, comp.sys.cbm has been 'degrading' in a certain way. The Joseph Rose Incident may have had an (undesired ?) side effect - the amount of knowledgable people seems to have seriously dropped. Comp.emulators.cbm is dying an even more evident death. Martijn (Still working on that IEEE-to-IEC project, but finding very little time to do so, and even less motivation to read the hieroglyphs called "ANSI/IEEE Std 488.1-1987") -- Martijn van Buul - Pino@dohd.org - http://www.stack.nl/~martijnb/ Geek code: G-- - Visit OuterSpace: mud.stack.nl 3333 Kees J. Bot: The sum of CPU power and user brain power is a constant. - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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