> Some people dislike software-based emulation, no matter how > accurate it is. (Modern emulators are quite accurate to the > machine cycle level.) Personally I see software emulators as a useful development tool, and a much saner way to keep up with 'current events' than all the hassle of transferring disk images over a slow serial link and decrunching them on 20yo floppy drives! Of course, anything that doesn't work on a real c64 is not a real c64 demo :-) > 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). Any votes for a name/charter? cbm-hw-hackers ? (for all hw addons) ijm-dev ? (for Integrated Jeri Machine news and discussion :-) I don't think anything should be created until sometime monday, to give people in random timezones time to respond. -Virus scanned and cleared ok - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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