> From: Professor Dredd [mailto:email@example.com] > > Instead of cluttering up cbm-hackers and making people > mad, would you like me to set up a seperate > mailing-list for Jeri's project? > I was under the impression that the main objection people had to discussions relating to Jeri's project was on the grounds of the majority of them being wish-lists and dreaming, instead of technical discussions about implementation. This colour quantisation problem certainly doesn't fail on those grounds, and is not unrelated to similar problems relating to optimising images for i-fli display, etc. Given that almost all of my commodore experience is with c64, I find this much more closely related than any vic-20 or c128 discussions. But if there are still (say) two or three people who do not feel that even technical discussions belong here, I would happily move to another list. Any objectors please say 'aye!' Jeri; have you a name for your board yet? :-) Prof. Dredd; thanks for your offer of setting up a list should one seem necessary. If you want to use something like yahoogroups (formerly egroups) I will happily co-moderate. Cheers, Christopher Jam. -Virus scanned and cleared ok - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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