[Coco] I am looking for CoCo-Stat disk

Luis Fernández luis46coco at hotmail.com
Sun Jun 10 19:47:57 EDT 2012

I would like to finish organizing maltedmedia 
But it would be better with some help I'll tell you what happened to me 

Many times I did not know what he did not know what was falma, 
truth for 30 years, only use some times the OS-9 and basic-09. 
When I started organizing it and gave me the keys, I felt very happy 
But the truth is that without help is difficult as organizing the RTSI forgives 
I asked for help because it seemed to me that their website was very well organized, 
but he said he did not have to be the same as for repeat 2 equal, 
is now down or partially down, because server change and as I wrote, could not put it back together. 

If some of you help me to organize and make a plan, 
I am willing to organize it fast, I have all the tools and the best FTP. 

I started on my utility CoCoDskUtil to see inside the files and virtual disks, 
but I delayed, then the magazines, but I drift away to the quick scan I have, 
then I drift away again to create an index of articles Hotcoco, 
then started Physicians prepare virtual magazine programs, ... 
Now I drift away to test all 500 games and did a FRONT-END (a single day yesterday) 
Dragon is also what, and how to convert programs to Coco I learned to flex NitrOS9 and media formats, 

No information orderly and cost me much to learn to organize, plus I'm not b

CoCoDskUtilPack V 1.0.10.zip, Scan magazines and organize maltedmedia
http://cococoding.com/cocodskutil/ Thank Aaron Wolfe
My personal blog: http://www.luis45ccs.blogspot.com, 
Excuse my English, I use google translator, my language is Spanish, I'm Spanish but I live in Venezuela

> From: SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
> To: coco at maltedmedia.com
> Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2012 16:19:47 -0700
> Subject: Re: [Coco] I am looking for CoCo-Stat disk
> Hi,
> RTSI RSDOS "incoming" was the place a lot of stuff was dumped. That has 
> apparently been stopped ~ 2009.
> maltedmedia became the dumping ground then and the jumble of stuff there is 
> too much for one - two persons to handle.
> The person who says he is organizing it is doing other great work and I hope 
> he does not spend much time doing maltedmedia.
> I suggest that you send a PM to Dean Leiber, his CoCo-OS-9 Archive might be 
> a good place. But he has fallen behind moving the archive to another site.
> The bottom line is, wait for the next person to announce his brand new CoCo 
> site with gobs of stuff to be added. That should take just a few minutes of 
> waiting.
> Now if the web masters of all these sites would put their energy into 
> organizing just one site with good descriptions like we had back in Delphi 
> and CIS days we would be oh so much better off. I have suggested this many 
> times with no effect. This will get the same.
> That will not happen, put up your own web site, or throw the floppies into 
> the trash. Each will be just as useful.
> As to the SY6591, J&M purchased all of the remaining ones when Synertek was 
> shut down. I have a defective one somewhere that might be useful. But I 
> remember someone saying that there was another chip that could be used.
> I found one site with 6,500 "SY6591", but you have to buy all of them.
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "tonym" <tonym at compusource.net>
> To: <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> Sent: Sunday, June 10, 2012 3:32 PM
> Subject: Re: [Coco] I am looking for CoCo-Stat disk
> > What are we using as a repository for disk images? I don't see many on 
> > maltedmedia, except in the "newly received" folders.
> >
> > We need to start organizing stuff, as FDDs and diskettes are probably 
> > going bad - I know I'm going to make a pass through my floppies starting 
> > within the next few weeks.
> >
> > I also still have to go through the floppies Art Flexser gave me - are we 
> > still hunting for ADOS3/ExtADOS3 source code?
> >
> > Speaking of which, can anyone fix a J&M JFD-COCO3 FDC for me? When 
> > inserted into my CoCo3, the CoCo just gives a black screen on power-on.
> > This FDC has a switch for 2 ROMs, and has a 24-pin and 28-pin socket. 
> > However, on the silkscreening, it says "JFD-COCO3" not "JFD-COCO" as I 
> > have one of those, also.
> >
> > Wonder if it's even worth it, as I know these use the unobtainium-based 
> > Synertek SY6591 FDC chips....
> >
> > Tony
> >
> >
> >
> > ---- Original Message ----
> > From: "Frank Pittel" <fwp at deepthought.com>
> > Sent: 6/10/2012 4:27:59 PM
> > To: "CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
> > Subject: Re: [Coco] I am looking for CoCo-Stat disk
> >
> > Be sure to copy that disk to a computer via drivewire and put it on the
> > coco ftp site! Don't want to lose it.
> >
> > The Other Frank
> >
> >
> > On Sun, Jun 10, 2012 at 02:57:37PM -0500, Brian G wrote:
> >> On 6/9/2012 11:24 PM, Brian G wrote:
> >> >I have not been able to find my copy of this disk that came with
> >> >the book.
> >> >If you have a copy of the disk would you contact me. I would like
> >> >to have a copy of it.
> >> >
> >> >The disk CoCo-Stat, had the programs a data files used in the book.
> >> >
> >> >A book called The Rainbow Introductory Guide to Statistics had a
> >> >disk included with it.
> >> >written by Michael Plog, Ph.D.
> >> >and Norman K. Stenzel, Ph.D
> >> >
> >> >Thank You
> >> >
> >> When I was mot looking for something else, I found the program disk
> >> that I was looking for.
> >> I won't need a copy now.
> >> Thanks
> >>
> >>
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> >>
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