davidkcollins2 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 22 02:38:50 CDT 2019
While Al is working through his backlog, the HP Computer Museum would be
happy to put them up in the appropriate device webpages..... They would be
a great addition to a site that focuses on vintage HP computing equipment!
On Mon, 22 Jul 2019 at 17:23, Christian Corti via cctalk <
cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Jul 2019, Guy Dunphy wrote:
> > http://www.bitsavers.org/ bitkeepers is something else.
> > The site's contact email is right down the bottom of the front page.
> Visual, to stop spambots.
> > Also Al posts here in cctalk.
> Speaking of this, I suggest to rethink the method of submitting scans to
> bitsavers. I did successfully transfer stuff there in the past, but my
> last attempts (putting the scans available for downloading, naming them
> in bitsavers-type file name syntax and writing an email to aek) resulted
> in nothing. No answer, no uploads to bitsavers, nothing. I did that a
> couple of times in different intervals, each attempt was futile.
> I highly appreciate and support bitsavers, I just can't contribute
> anything. For example, I would think that scans of original HP 98x0
> desktop calculator blueprints would be something of interest.
> So for the moment, I have to keep all my scans local (but accessible).
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