[Coco] 10 years of Delphi posts (1985-1995)
dml_68 at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 3 12:15:29 EDT 2009
Why not just leave the coco community like you intended? Every post you make is mean spirited towards Roger and to be honest your arrogance is astounding. Unless your funding any of this then try to be a bit more polite. Even if you are funding any of this your still being rude.
You have given a lot to the community over the years but that does not give you the right to be bossy and rude to Roger.
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--- On Sat, 10/3/09, Steve Bjork <6809er at bjork-huffman.net> wrote:
From: Steve Bjork <6809er at bjork-huffman.net>
Subject: Re: [Coco] 10 years of Delphi posts (1985-1995)
To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Date: Saturday, October 3, 2009, 8:34 AM
The search is not a very good example of my post. A great number of posts that use the term of "6809er" in the body that I've never part of. Near the top of the list, I never posted as part of both "Kaboom! For Coco 1/2?" and "The Future" messages.
But you still have the same problem as before, the 100's of posts that I've made on your website are still lost. I only count 5 post that been recovered. As the caretaker of the information, you should spend more time repairing YOUR database before adding others.
Roger Taylor wrote:
> Words can't even describe what's been brought back here. Literally everything about the CoCo is spoken in these 10 years of Delphi posts. I see source code, technical specs, hacks, pokes, peeks, fest news, software and game reviews, tutorials, conversations, debates, and thousands of other topics from people who are still with us and people who have passed on. Stuff you had no clue about can be found in these posts. A lot of people with us today obviously were very active back in the 80's, and they have hundreds of messages to prove it.
> If *you* want to see your old Delphi messages.... just enter your old nickname, first name, or full name in the search box in the left sidebar and maybe you'll get a surprise.
> One example is seeing all the Steve Bjork posts spew out in a listing ready to explore. It's amazing.
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