Classic Hardware Documentation Project

From: Richard Erlacher <>
Date: Thu Nov 18 16:30:34 1999

GREAT!!! I've been pondering where to stash the documents, which will
ultimately amount to about 100GB of scanned , maybe 25 GB of PCX-formatted
documents on disk drives, which will compress, of course, but the volume
grows steadily as I muck out.

What I want is for all the hardware doc's I've saved all these years to be
available to whoever needs them.

Is that consistent with what you're planning?


-----Original Message-----
From: Jason McBrien <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Thursday, November 18, 1999 1:52 PM
Subject: Classic Hardware Documentation Project

>I am starting a documentation project to collect hardware manuals and
>technical documents for all different types of old computers. Before I put
>it up for all to enjoy, I need to write a legal disclaimer saying, to the
>effect, that I make no claim to own anything and to the best of my
>it's all public domain info. Anyone know how I should word it, or anyone
>have an example on their web site? Thanks in advance.
>-Jason McBrien
>-Wayne State University
>-Big Iron Fiend
Received on Thu Nov 18 1999 - 16:30:34 GMT

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