Systems Engineering Laboratories - SEL History
tony.aiuto at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 11:54:31 CST 2020
Cool. Same shade of blue.
On Fri, Nov 20, 2020 at 12:10 PM Eric Moore <mooreericnyc at gmail.com> wrote:
> Oh wow! This is incredible to see, thank you!
> Here is the equivalent 810A document I scanned.
> On Fri, Nov 20, 2020, 10:46 Tony Aiuto <tony.aiuto at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I found some MPX -32 items this week. Rough scans here:
>> I want to redo them to send to bitsavers.
>> On Sun, Nov 8, 2020 at 10:51 PM Eric Moore <mooreericnyc at gmail.com>
>>> You are welcome! I have had a blast restoring and running my SEL 810A
>>> and wanted to pull together some of what I had found, done, and helped
>>> with. It is really just a placeholder for now until there is a critical
>>> mass of interest.
>>> The SEL 810 emulators are really awesome. Kgober's can run SEL 810A
>>> basic. The SEL 810A gui I hope to soon improve, someone is helping me with
>>> an SVG file of the front panel to replace the picture I am currently using.
>>> I would like to someday acquire a 32/X or a powernode, but they are rare
>>> as hens teeth apparently. I also would really like to find more info on the
>>> ampex videofile.
>>> On Sun, Nov 8, 2020, 21:02 Tony Aiuto <tony.aiuto at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Thanks for starting this. I've been doing little updates to the SEL
>>>> wikipedia pages recently, but a dedicated site would be great. I used the
>>>> machines heavily from 1977-1995, most of the 32/X series, as well as the
>>>> NP1. AFAIK, I was the first person to get C++ (cfront) working under
>>>> Alas, I didn't save any literature from the period.
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