[Coco] MM/1 Wiki
davehazelton at comcast.net
Sat Jan 26 16:59:52 EST 2008
Joel Ewy wrote:
> Bob Devries wrote:
>> Joel said:
>>> MM/1 owners are the rarest of the rare.
>> Hehe, and some of us are even rarer. Since I'm probably the only
>> active Aussie MM/1 owner, I'd qualify for being on the endangered
>> species list. (HUGE GRIN)
> Aha! But do you have both an MM/1 and a TC-9 Tomcat? :-)
>> Perhaps a list of software specific to the MM/1 would be a good thing
>> on the wiki, too. For example, Mike Knudsen's UltiMuse, and Bob van
>> der Poel's Ved/VPrint. I'm sure there's software out there that I
>> haven't heard about. :(
>> How about disk images of the disks which were supplied with the MM/1?
> Now that I think about it, I don't think we can host file downloads on
> the wiki, but we can certainly collect information there and make it a
> web presence. And if we can find a different place to host the files
> (cocodownunder?) we can certainly link to them from the Wiki.
> I've made a page for "CoCo Relatives", linking to the Wiki's existing
> Dragon page and adding slots for the CP-400, the TC-9, the TC-70, and
> the MM/1. That's all I have time for tonight.
>> Regards, Bob Devries, Dalby, Queensland, Australia
>> Isaiah 50:4 The sovereign Lord has given me
>> the capacity to be his spokesman,
>> so that I know how to help the weary.
>> website: http://www.home.gil.com.au/~bdevasl
>> my blog: http://bdevries.invigorated.org/
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Joel Ewy" <jcewy at swbell.net>
>> To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
>> Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 1:37 PM
>> Subject: [Coco] MM/1 Wiki
>>> MM/1 owners are the rarest of the rare. There is comparatively abundant
>>> information of all sorts for the CoCo, but very very little info on the
>>> Web about the MM/1, making these interesting machines potentially much
>>> harder to keep running. A while back I asked Allen Huffman if he would
>>> mind my starting a Wiki section relating to the MM/1 at coco25.com, and
>>> he had no problem with it. So I promptly failed to do it.
>>> I propose we do that as a repository for technical info about the MM/1.
>>> I've got a user manual, technical reference manual, some schematics for
>>> memory and I/O boards, and even a few other interesting goodies like the
>>> BOM for the memory and I/O boards that could be scanned.
>>> How many MM/1 owners are there on this list? I know of Bob Devries and
>>> Coco mailing list
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What about the AT306...alias MM/1B? It is not on your Wiki
I know there was little to no real relationship between the MM/1 and the
AT306...but as an AT306 owner, I would have like some of software
ported...like Kwindows...The PD version of MGR was lousy.
Are we "calling all MM/1 owners" to include this estranged cousin?
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