[Coco] Compuserve CoCo Sig
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at MindSpring.com
Wed Feb 1 10:39:06 EST 2006
May I please have a copy of your CIS files.
While my project is dormant, the more files and documentation I have would
help should the project become alive.
We have a big problem (perhaps), as almost all the files on RTSI are missing
the descriptions and one line descriptions they had when they were first
uploaded to CIS or Delphi.
As to placing the files online, there might be a problem if the entire file
set were placed online in the same form as it was originally.
If I or someone added value by indexing the files is a different way or with
many other files that is just fine.
Note: Our common practice now is to just go ahead and put the files up. We
expect no one is watching and for sure they do not care. If you ask for
permission a lawyer might respond with a nasty message which the lawyer must
send as he is getting paid and in asking the question you have cost some
money as there is no way any cash can be made.
I do not agree with placing files on a site without the webmaster knowing
where they came from. Yes, we have many files in that class. Just be honest
with the webmaster and all is fine.
Stephen H. Fischer
Stephen Castello wrote:
> That info would be in the file listing, a 1.52MB text file . They
> have the posting date, user id, filename, description, title and the
> On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 22:18:31 -0500, Alan Jones <w8oaj at verizon.net> had
> a flock of green cheek conures squawk out:
>> Do your files have a date/time stamp that shows when the files were
>> I am looking for a couple of files I uploaded in in 1986.
>> Stephen Castello wrote:
>>> On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 20:57:47 -0500, Alan Jones <w8oaj at verizon.net> had
>>> a flock of green cheek conures squawk out:
>>>> Do anyone know if anyone backed up the CoCo Sig software that used to
>>>> exist on Compuserve?
>>> I downloaded from the Coco and OS9 forums near the end of 1997. I
>>> don't know if I have all the files. I also have the file listings
>>> captured before I started.
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