On Fri, 11 May 2001, Richard Atkinson wrote: > I have already tried to post a mail like this before, but it was bounced > due to the new controls implemented on the addresses of posters. That control has proven itself necessary: yesterday it filtered out an unsolicited message from PageGetter. > I have the utmost respect for Ms Ellsworth's project; however I think it > is becoming increasingly off topic for this mailing list. I know there are > several other long-time list members that feel this way also. I fully second that. I also feel that there are attitude differences. Some people dislike software-based emulation, no matter how accurate it is. (Modern emulators are quite accurate to the machine cycle level.) Some dislike hardware-based upgrades that neglect compatibility issues. Lack of compatibility was one of the reasons that caused the Commodore 65 project to fail. > Hence I would be grateful if a new list could be started such that all > discussion of this new device could be moved onto that. It is becoming > increasingly difficult to filter through all the posts to cbm-hackers, > searching for the kind of material that used to be common here. I suggest that one of those who are interested in that project set up another mailing list. You can use a commercial system that is free of charge, such as "Yahoo! Groups" (http://groups.yahoo.com). Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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