MARCH equipment @ next workshop
- All-- Matt W. expressed interest in working on a PDP-11 or MARCH's Vax
750 at the next workshop. To that I reply: yes, please.
Our 11/20 needs plenty of work (per David G. + Herb's reports from the
last workshop) and the condition of our 750 is unknown.
Who would like to commit now to working with him?
We also have an 11/40 that hasn't been tested, and a very nice-looking
/44 setup which should run or be very close to running, along with
multiple editions of /23 and /23 Plus. David G.: I think you might
volunteer :) and you're welcome to pick whichever you find most interesting.
If I'm right about the /44, then we may want to move the /20 back into
storage and bring the /44 into the museum ... if it runs on 110V. Or
does it require 220? Someone enlighten me.
For people such as Bill Deg., Herb, Chapman, Corey, etc. -- please form
a team to evaluate and work on David Larsen's Mark-8.
Can someone get Valdocs working on our Epson QX-10(s)?
Jeff B. says our PET 2001 is working fine. He even sent me a picture
where the display is in good working condition. Odd that it didn't work
for me! Oh well...
- On 06/28/2013 04:56 PM, Christian Liendo wrote:
> I'm off to San Fran.. I have to go an move an office..Have a good trip, and take some good pics at the museum!
> I'm going to stop by the Computer Museum when I'm out there.
> Take care fellas.
Dave McGuire, AK4HZ
New Kensington, PA
- On Fri, Jun 28, 2013 at 12:09:38AM -0400, Evan Koblentz wrote:
> We also have an 11/40 that hasn't been tested, and a very nice-lookingI don't think I will be able to make this one.
> /44 setup which should run or be very close to running, along with
> multiple editions of /23 and /23 Plus. David G.: I think you might
> volunteer :) and you're welcome to pick whichever you find most interesting.