From: Paul Berger <sanepsycho_at_globaldialog.com>
Date: Fri Jan 2 12:23:07 2004

On Wed, 2003-12-31 at 11:09, Vintage Computer Festival wrote:
> On Wed, 31 Dec 2003, Paul Berger wrote:
> > I just about gave up but decided to thow a an e-mail at Curt Shambeau's
> > old execpc.com e-mail address. I was supprised to receive a reply by
> > Curt, one of the orginals from ExecPC, and received a reply that he is
> > in the process of relocating the BBS in his basement and plans on having
> > it back up in January. Apparently he's too fond of the 20yr old BBS to
> > let it die.
> Good work!
> Maybe you can convince him to let someone host a mirror of the file base?

I'll see how much data is there and if he's interested once he get's it
back up and running. There has to be alot of information there that
classic computer people would be interested in seeing the BBS started
Nov '83.

> > I would like to get ahold of the creator of XFS NFS client for DOS to
> > see if he would like to make it public domain or better yet release the
> > source under some sort of Open Source Licence (BSD, GPL, whatever).
> Enough Googling and you should eventually come across the author's current
> contact info.

I've tried without much luck, last post was from a univerity in
Germany. I'll keep digging now and then and see what I find.

Received on Fri Jan 02 2004 - 12:23:07 GMT

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