From: Mikael Holm (mikael.holm_at_se.danskebank.com)
Date: 2003-12-02 11:15:31
Moi Kaikki. I think you should contact Cowper and see if he approves. But that's easy for me to say as I have the book in my bookcase. Got it at a Library here in Sweden that sold off some old computer books. Got Mapping the C128, 1571 Internals and a couple of other books at 10 SEK(about $1.20) a piece. // Mikael Hej allihopa! Not really a CBM-hacking question per se, but I thought you guys would be the most qualified to advise me on this. To remedy the lack of C128 programming info available on the net, I've scanned (not OCRed, just images) and made a PDF of my copy of Compute!'s Mapping the Commodore 128, and I'd like to make it available for download. I searched the net for the author, Ottis R. Cowper, hoping he would give me permission to do this. I found a recent email address to someone I have good reason to believe is him. I mailed him a few days ago and asked him to contact me, but so far he hasn't replied. What do you think I should do? Upload the PDF to my site and then remove it if he doesn't give me permission? Wait until he replies and then upload it if he is OK with that? Not give a damn about whether he approves or not? It's a very good book which is not that easy to get hold of (I got mine on an Australian ebay auction) so it would be a shame if people wanting to program the C128 can't have access to it. /Niklas Ramsberg aka < . (:) Bacon < . Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list <FONT SIZE=1 FACE="Arial">_______________ Please note that this message may contain confidential information. If you have received this message by mistake, please inform the sender of the mistake by sending a reply, then delete the message from your system without making, distributing or retaining any copies of it. Although we believe that the message and any attachments are free from viruses and other errors that might affect the computer or IT system where it is received and read, the recipient opens the message at his or her own risk. We assume no responsibility for any loss or damage arising from the receipt or use of this message. </FONT> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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