Re: [midatlanticretro] Introduction
--- david_comley <david_comley@...> wrote:
> Just wanted to introduce myself and share with everyone what my
> interests are and what I can contribute to the group.
> As a hobbyist and collector I focus my attention on machines that
> I've had a personal connection with in the past. That means DEC
> machines primarily but I also have an interest in the Microtan 65 and
> the Commodore PET, neither of which has made it into my collection
> yet. I am also interested in Sun and HP systems and I have a couple
> of systems that probably qualify in some way as being vintage.
> I have a small array of current projects: one is a TTL CPU project
> that I am about four years into; I am working on an RTTY decoder for
> the Solaris operating system (for any hams with sparcstations out
> there); and the other project is a new Linux project to emulate HP
> hard drives using the CS/80 protocol. I finally decided to take this
> on after several years of needing CS/80 disks and not having them,
> and amongst HP collectors there appears to be some interest in having
> this kind of package available as open source.
> I'm located in Holicong, PA, just over the border from NJ. I post
> occasionally to the classiccmp mailing list (and have received a
> considerable amount of advice and information in return) and I hope I
> can contribute to MARCH in some way that offsets the debt of
> gratitude I owe the folks on classiccmp.
- On Nov 7, 2014, at 12:43, billdeg <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I meant for display purposes. Bitsavers is quite a site. Having Al Kossow do a talk sometime might be interesting...how he gets the docs, how much time he puts into the archive, etc.Hell, I'd love to have him give a talk just so I could shake his hand.- Dave