Great Bill !
I didn't know you were interested in Commodore stuff to this extent. I was a member of the GSCUG (Garden State Commodore User Group) back from 1987-1992. It's amazing that you have the entire collection. Makes me wonder what happened to the collection from my group. And what happened to all the members. I stopped going when they had five members left and they met in a Denny's for their meetings.
I had no idea that you could convert commodore tapes to .wav format and then use them on an emulator. That's pretty cool. I will look on your web site and others for more info.
--- In email@example.com, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
> I have started archiving and uploading the entire collection of
> diskettes from the Lower Bucks County C64 User Group based near MOS and
> Commodore. This archive is a glimpse into a pre-WWW electronic
> community. When I am done the entire collection of disks, starting from
> #16 (Jan 1986) through December 1991 will be available. I have uploaded
> so far the first three years. To use these disks, you will need a way
> to download and extract D64 (C-64 disk images).
> LUG also had a companion BBS, presumably this archive would have been
> available from there too. I am unsure if anyone in our group was a
> member of LUG back then...anyone?
> The collection also contains a large number of Compute! and Compute!
> Gazette disks which I will also upload. These can be found elsewhere
> already, but I will upload these too.
> I have also started copying tape programs to WAV format, but I need to
> test to make sure my process works correctly.
> If anyone has questions about archiving Commodore disks, let me know. I
> have some info on my web site.